Wyoming's home to some exceptional fish and wildlife resources, and thanks to continuing conservation efforts the outlook is brighter than ever. Improved fish and wildlife management planning along with targeted fish restoration projects assure the future of the state's valued fish and wildlife populations.
Comprehensive Management SystemWyoming,s Comprehensive Management System (CMS) identifies goals,objectives, strategies, policies, problems and legal mandates that guide the various agencies planning and prioritization of conservation projects and funding. Wyoming's CMS has resulted in a long list of accomplishments that directly benefit fish and wildlife resources, anglers, wildlife viewers and hunters.
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Le Barge CreekRemoving non-native salmonids from Le Barge Creek and restoring the creek's population of Colorado cutthroat trout was an extensive multi-year project. Renovating a fish barrier was only part of the overall project that has effectively restored some 58 miles of in stream habitat along with several species of native fish.
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