Wyoming Furbearer Trapping & Hunting Seasons

Mink Season

  • Unit-1
    • Hunting Season: October 1 - April 30
    • Bag Limits: Any mink

Bobcat Season

  • Unit-1
    • Hunting Season: November 15 - March 1
    • Bag Limits: Any bobcat

Muskrat Season

  • Unit-1
    • Hunting Season: October 1 - April 30
    • Bag Limits: Any muskrat

Weasel Season

  • Unit-1
    • Hunting Season: October 1 - March 31
    • Bag Limits: Any weasel

Badger Season

  • Unit-1
    • Hunting Season: January 1 - December 31
    • Bag Limits: Any badger

Marten Season

  • Unit-1
    • Hunting Season: October 1 - March 1
    • Bag Limits: Any marten
  • Unit-2
    • Hunting Season: December 1 - March 1
    • Bag Limits: Any marten

Beaver Season

  • Unit-1
    • Hunting Season: October 1 - April 30
    • Bag Limits: Any beaver
  • Unit-408 to Unit-502
    • Hunting Season: October 1 - April 30
    • Bag Limits: 25 beaver; One trapper each unit
  • Unit-301 to Unit-606
    • CLOSED: No hunting in these units

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