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New updates

2nd Annual Denver Chapter Banquet
Adams County Fairgrounds
Waymire Dome Building
May 10, 2014
Doors open 4:30 PM
Dinner at 6:30 PM
Performances by Kevin Blake Weldon

Tickets on sale now:
Contact Mike Duffy @ 303-902-7717 or
Scott Hampel @ 720-261-6232


The Wyoming Sportsmen's Alliance gathered in Cheyenne, Wyoming on December 3, 2013 to visit with WY Governor Mead to discuss issues impacting access, opportunity, youth education, conservation and the ever important investment made by sportsmen to manage Wyoming's wildlife.

Pictured left to right: Scott Christy (Trout Unlimited), Joshua Coursey (Muley Fanatic Foundation), Steve Kilpatrick (Wyoming Wildlife Federation), Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, Matthew Copeland (National Wildlife Federation), Neil Thagard (Theordore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership), Buzz Hettick (Back Country Hunters and Anglers), and Mike Porter (Wild Sheep Foundation).

Recent News


Upcoming Events:

March 22, 2014 - Flaming Gorge Banquet (Washam, Wyoming)

April 12, 2014 - Kemmerer Banquet (Kemmerer, Wyoming)

May 10, 2014 - Denver Banquet (Denver, Colorado)

May 17, 2014 - Laramie Spring Fling (Laramie, Wyoming)

November15, 2014 - Southeast Wyoming Banquet (Cheyenne, Wyoming)

December 13, 2014 - Cowboy Christmas Ball (Green River, Wyoming)

Fresh Solutions

Mule deer populations are continuously diminishing in Wyoming and througout the west due to poor habitat and an increase in predators. With the help of Muley Fanatic Foundation and other conservation groups, many mule deer projects are being funded. Muley Fanatic Foundation has currently allocated over $50,000 in predator projects plus over $250,000 in mule deer habitat and research projects.