#Headsup hunters: Wyo Game and Fish Check Stations set up for efficient processing
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Hey Hunters: The Wyoming Game and Fish wants you to know that every hunter entering or leaving areas with established check stations must stop if it is on their route to and from the hunting area, even if they have not harvested an animal. The information collected at check stations is used for future hunting season-setting development.
Hey Drivers, these stations are set up on various highways around the region. At these stations, on the side of the road, there are stopped vehicles and sometimes people walking around the vehicles. Please slow down and proceed with caution when you pass a Check Station.
According to the Wyoming Game & Fish: At a check station, wildlife managers gather information about age, sex, antler measurements, species and harvest location. Regardless of hunter success, all hunters are required to stop at a check station when traveling to or from their hunt area.