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Please see Important Hunting Information section of the Deer Hunting Regulations brochure regarding Chronic Wasting Disease.

Section 3. Special Archery Seasons.

(a) There shall be special archery deer hunting seasons on the dates specified in Section 2. Special archery hunting seasons are specific to individual hunt areas by license type. During the special archery hunting seasons, archers are restricted to the limitations associated with the special archery season dates for a hunt area and license type.

(b) Archers shall possess a limited quota deer license or a General deer license and an archery license in order to hunt deer with archery equipment during any special archery season.

(c) Archers with a General deer license shall only hunt in those areas open to hunting with a General license and are restricted to the limitations associated with the special archery season dates for that hunt area as specified in Section 2.

(d) Archers with a limited quota deer license shall only hunt in the hunt area(s) where their license is valid and are restricted to the limitations associated with the special archery season dates as specified in Section 2.

Section 4. Hunting Season Extension Permits.

(a) Any person qualified for and in possession of a Hunting Season

Extension Permit issued by the Department in accordance with Commission regulation may hunt deer five (5) days prior to the earliest opening regular season date in the hunt area(s) for their license type and is restricted to the limitations of their license type for the earliest opening regular season date as specified in Section 2 of this Chapter.

(b) Hunters participating in a hunting season extension shall be in possession of a Hunting Season Extension Permit which shall be immediately produced for inspection upon request of an officer authorized to enforce this regulation.

Section 5. Youth Deer Hunters.

Youth hunters who possess a full price youth deer license may take any deer during an antlered deer season subject to the species limitation of their license in the hunt area(s) where their license is valid as specified in Section 2 of this Chapter. However, no youth hunter shall take a mule deer during a season in which the limitations of their license type is only valid for white-tailed deer as specified in Section 2 of this Chapter.

Section 6. Nonresident Region General Deer License Quotas.

(a) Nonresident region General deer licenses shall only be valid within the specific region for which they are issued and for only those hunt areas in the Region as listed in this section.

(b) Quotas of nonresident region General deer licenses are established for the regions and shall not exceed the numbers specified in this section.

Region

Deer Hunt Areas

Quotas

A

1-6

3750

B

7-9, 11-14, 21

1350

C

17-19, 23, 26, 29, 31

2500

D

66, 70, 74-77, 88

400

F

105, 106, 110-115

550

G

135, 143-145

400

H

130, 138-140, 142, 146, 149-156

600

J

59, 61, 64, 65

900

K

132-134, 168

250

L

92, 94, 128, 148, 160, 171

250

M

35, 39, 40, 164

600

Q

96-98

125

R

41, 46, 47, 50-53

600

T

15

400

W

82, 100, 131

750

X

121-124, 127

200

Y

24, 25, 27, 28, 30, 32, 33, 163, 169

1800

Section 7. Hunt Area Descriptions.

Area and Number.

Area 1. Crook. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 112 crosses the Wyoming-Montana state line; southwesterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 24 in the town of Hulett; southerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 14; westerly along said highway to the Cabin Creek Road (Crook County Road 116); northwesterly along said road to the Oshoto Road (Crook County Road 263); westerly along said road to the “D” Road (Crook County Road 68); northerly along said road to the Rocky Point Road in Campbell County (Campbell County Road 85); northerly along said road to the Wyoming-Montana state line; easterly along said line to Wyoming Highway 112.

Area 2. Bearlodge. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 112 crosses the Wyoming-Montana state line; easterly along said line to the Wyoming-South Dakota state line; southerly along said line to Interstate Highway 90; westerly along said Interstate Highway to the town of Sundance and U.S. Highway 14; westerly and northerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 24; northerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 112 at the town of Hulett; northeasterly along said highway to the Wyoming-Montana state line.

Area 3. Keyhole. Beginning at the intersection of Interstate Highway 90 and U.S.

Highway 14 in the town of Sundance; westerly along Interstate Highway 90 to its intersection with the “D” Road; northerly along said road to the Oshoto Road (Crook County Road 263); easterly along said road to the Cabin Creek Road (Crook County Road 116); southerly and easterly along said road to U.S. Highway 14; easterly and southerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 90 at the town of Sundance.

Area 4. Sand Creek. Beginning where Interstate Highway 90 crosses the Wyoming-South Dakota state line; southerly along said line to U.S. Highway 85; southerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 585; northwesterly along said highway to the town of Sundance and Interstate Highway 90; easterly along said Interstate Highway to the Wyoming-South Dakota state line.

Area 5. Inyan Kara. Beginning where Interstate Highway 90 crosses Wyoming Highway 585 in the town of Sundance; southeasterly along Wyoming Highway 585 to the Skull Creek Road (Weston County Road 14); westerly along said road to the Green Mountain Road

(Weston County Road 11); northerly along said road to the Dry Creek Road (Weston County

Road 13); northwesterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 116; southwesterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 16 in the town of Upton; northwesterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 90 at the town of Moorcroft; easterly along said Interstate Highway to Wyoming Highway 585 at the town of Sundance.

Area 6. Skull Creek. Beginning where U.S. Highway 85 crosses the Wyoming-South Dakota state line; southerly along said line to U.S. Highway 16; northwesterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 116 in the town of Upton; northeasterly along said highway to the Dry Creek Road (Weston County Road 13); southerly and easterly along said road to the

Green Mountain Road (Weston County Road 11); southerly along said road to the Skull Creek Road (Weston County Road 14); easterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 585; southeasterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 85; northerly along said highway to the Wyoming-South Dakota state line.

Area 7. South Osage. Beginning at the junction of U.S. Highway 16 and Wyoming Highway 450; southwesterly along Wyoming Highway 450 to Wyoming Highway 116; northerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 16 in the town of Upton; southeasterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 450.

Area 8. Upton-Four Horse. Beginning at the junction of Wyoming Highway 116 and Wyoming Highway 450; westerly along Wyoming Highway 450 to the Keeline Road (U.S.F.S. Road 930); northwesterly along said road to Black Thunder Creek; easterly down said creek to Bacon Creek; northerly up said creek to Newel Prong; northerly up said prong to the Cheyenne River/Belle Fourche River Divide; northeasterly along said divide to the divide between Four Horse Creek and Raven Creek; northwesterly along said divide to the Belle Fourche River; northeasterly down said river to Interstate Highway 90; easterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 16; southeasterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 116 at the town of Upton; southerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 450.

Area 9. Blacktail Creek. Beginning where U.S. Highway 16 crosses the Wyoming-South Dakota state line; southerly along said line to the Dewey Road (Weston County Road 2); northwesterly along said road to U.S. Highway 85; southerly along said highway to the Cheyenne River Road (Weston County Road 54); westerly along said road to the Lynch Road

(Weston County Road 7A); northerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 450; northeasterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 16; southeasterly along said highway to the Wyoming-South Dakota state line.

Area 10. Rochelle Hills. Beginning at the junction of Wyoming Highway 59 and Wyoming Highway 450; easterly along Wyoming Highway 450 to the Lynch Road (Weston County Road 7A); southerly along said road to the Weston-Converse County line and the Clareton Road (Converse County Road 39); southerly along said road to the Dull Center Road

(Converse County Road 38); easterly along said road to the Converse-Niobrara County line and

the North Lance Creek Road (Niobrara County Road 14); easterly and southerly along said road

to the Slagle Road (Niobrara County Road 4); southerly along said road to the Cow Creek Road

(Niobrara County Road 3); westerly along said road to the Converse-Niobrara County line and the Cow Creek Road (Converse County Road 45); southerly along said road to the Converse-Niobrara County line and the K-Field Road (Niobrara County Road 50); southerly along said road to the Converse-Niobrara County line and the Walker Creek Road (Converse County Road 43); westerly along said road to Dry Creek; westerly up said creek to the Iberlin Ranch Road; northerly along said road to the Thunder Basin National Grassland boundary and U.S.F.S. Road 958C; northwesterly along said road to the East Bill Road (U.S.F.S. Road 958); westerly along said road to the Dull Center Road (Converse County Road 38); westerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 59; northerly along said highway to the junction of Wyoming Highway 59 and Wyoming Highway 450.

Area 11. Mule Creek. Beginning where the Dewey Road (Weston County Road 2) crosses the Wyoming-South Dakota state line; southerly along said line to U.S. Highway 18; westerly along said highway to the Old Highway 85 Road (Niobrara County Road 9); southwesterly along said road to U.S. Highway 85; southerly along said highway to the Wasserburger Road (Niobrara County Road 13); westerly along said road to the North Lance Creek Road (Niobrara County Road 14); northwesterly along said road to the Niobrara-Converse county line and the Dull Center Road (Converse County Road 38); westerly along said road to the Clareton Road (Converse County Road 39); northeasterly along said road to the Converse-Weston county line and the Lynch Road (Weston County Road 7A); northerly along said road to the Cheyenne River Road (Weston County Road 54); easterly along said road to U.S. Highway 85; northerly along said highway to the Dewey Road Weston County Road 2); southeasterly along said road to the Wyoming-South Dakota state line.

Area 12. Hat Creek. Beginning where U.S. Highway 18 intersects the Wyoming-South Dakota state line; southerly along said line to the Wyoming-Nebraska state line; southerly along said line to the Hat Creek Road (Niobrara County Road 64); westerly along said road to U.S. Highway 85; northerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 270; westerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 272; northerly along said highway to the North Lance Creek Road (Niobrara County Road 14); northerly along said road to the Wasserburger Road (Niobrara County Road 13); easterly along said road to U.S. Highway 85; northerly along said highway to the Old Highway 85 Road (Niobrara County Road 9); northeasterly along said road to U.S. Highway 18; easterly along said highway to the Wyoming-South Dakota state line.

Area 13. Lusk. Beginning where the Hat Creek Road (Niobrara County Road 64) intersects the Wyoming-Nebraska state line; southerly along said line to U.S. Highway 20; westerly along said highway to the Twenty Mile Creek Road (Converse County Road 46) at the town of Lost Springs; northerly along said road to the Manning Road (Converse County Road 53); easterly along said road to the Twenty Mile Road (Niobrara County Road 23) at the Converse-Niobrara county line; easterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 271; easterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 270 at the town of Lance Creek; northerly and easterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 85; southerly along said highway to the Hat Creek Road (Niobrara County Road 64); easterly along said road to the Wyoming-Nebraska state line.

Area 14. Twenty Mile. Beginning at the junction of Wyoming Highway 59 and the Dull Center Road (Converse County Road 38); easterly along said road to the East Bill Road

(U.S.F.S. Road 958); easterly along said road to U.S.F.S. Road 958C; southeasterly along said

road to the Iberlin Ranch Road; southerly along said road to Dry Creek; easterly down said creek to the Walker Creek Road (Converse County Road 43); easterly along said road to the Converse-Niobrara county line and the K-Field Road (Niobrara County Road 50); northerly along said road to the Converse-Niobrara county line and the Cow Creek Road (Converse County Road 45); northerly along said road to the Converse-Niobrara county line and the Cow Creek Road (Niobrara County Road 3); easterly along said road to the Slagle Road (Niobrara County Road 4); northerly along said road to the North Lance Creek Road (Niobrara County Road 14); easterly and southerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 272; southerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 270; southwesterly along said highway to the town of Lance Creek and Wyoming Highway 271; westerly along said highway to the Twenty Mile Road

(Niobrara County Road 23); westerly along said road to the Converse-Niobrara county line and the Manning Road (Converse County Road 53); southwesterly along said road to the Twenty Mile Creek Road (Converse County Road 46); southerly along said road to U.S. Highway 20 at the town of Lost Springs; southwesterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 25; southerly along said highway to the North Platte River; westerly and northerly up said river to Wyoming Highway 59 at the town of Douglas; northerly along said highway to the Dull Center Road

(Converse County Road 38).

Area 15. Southeast Wyoming. Beginning where U.S. Highway 20 intersects the Wyoming-Nebraska state line; southerly along said line to the Wyoming-Colorado state line; westerly along said line to Interstate Highway 25; northerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 26; easterly along said highway to the North Platte River; northwesterly up said river to Interstate Highway 25; northerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 20; easterly along said highway to the Wyoming-Nebraska state line.

Area 17. Northwest Gillette. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 59 crosses the Wyoming-Montana state line; southerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 14-16; southerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 90 west of the town of Gillette; westerly along said highway to the Powder River; northerly down said river to the Wyoming-Montana state line; easterly along said line to Wyoming Highway 59.

Area 18. Campbell. Beginning where the Rocky Point Road crosses the Wyoming-Montana state line; southerly along said road to the “D” Road; southerly along said road to Interstate Highway 90; westerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 14-16; northerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 59; northerly along said highway to the Wyoming-Montana state line; easterly along said line to the Rocky Point Road.

Area 19. Pumpkin Buttes. Beginning at the intersection of Interstate Highway 90 and Wyoming Highway 59 at the city of Gillette; southerly along Wyoming Highway 59 to Wyoming Highway 387; southwesterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 192; northwesterly along said highway to the Streeter Road (Johnson County Road 135); northerly along said road to the Powder River; northerly down said river to Interstate Highway 90; easterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 59.

Area 21. Thunder Basin. Beginning where Interstate Highway 90 crosses the Belle Fourche River; southwesterly up said river to the divide between Four Horse Creek and Raven Creek; southerly along said divide to the divide between the Cheyenne River and Belle Fourche River; southwesterly along said divide to Newel Prong; southerly down said prong to Bacon Creek; southerly down said creek to Black Thunder Creek; westerly up said creek to the Keeline Road (U.S.F.S. Road 930); southeasterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 450; westerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 59; northerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 90 at the city of Gillette; easterly along said highway to the Belle Fourche River.

Area 22. Douglas. Beginning where Interstate Highway 25 crosses the North Platte River in the city of Casper; northerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 259; northerly along said highway to the town of Midwest and Wyoming Highway 387; northeasterly along

said highway to Wyoming Highway 59 at Reno Junction; southerly along said highway to the North Platte River at the town of Douglas; westerly up said river to Interstate Highway 25 in the city of Casper.

Area 23. Clearmont. Beginning where the Powder River crosses the Wyoming-Montana state line; southerly up said river to U.S. Highway 14; westerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 90; northwesterly along said highway to the Wyoming-Montana state line; easterly along said line to the Powder River.

Area 24. Sheridan. Beginning where Interstate Highway 90 crosses the Wyoming-Montana state line; southerly along said highway to the Piney Creek interchange and U.S. Highway 87; northwesterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 193; northwesterly along said highway to South Piney Creek; westerly up said creek to the Bighorn National Forest boundary; northwesterly along said boundary to the Wyoming-Montana state line; easterly along said line to Interstate Highway 90.

Area 25. Tongue-Goose. Beginning where the Wyoming-Montana state line and the east boundary of the Bighorn National Forest intersect; southeasterly along said boundary to South Piney Creek; southwesterly up said creek to the divide along the Bighorn Mountain Range; northwesterly along said divide to U.S. Highway 14 at Granite Pass; northerly along said highway to the Hunt Mountain Road (U.S.F.S. Road 10); northwesterly along said road to U.S. Highway 14A; northwesterly along said highway to the Devils Canyon Road (U.S.F.S. Road 14); northerly along said road to the Sheep Mountain Road (U.S.F.S. Road 11); northerly along said road to the Wyoming-Montana state line; easterly along said line to the east boundary of the Bighorn National Forest.

Area 26. Ucross. Beginning where U.S. Highway 14 crosses the Powder River; southerly up said river to Interstate Highway 90; northwesterly along said highway to U. S. Highway 14; easterly along said highway to the Powder River.

Area 27. Buffalo. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 193 crosses South Piney Creek; southeasterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 87; southeasterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 90; southerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 25; southerly along said highway to the Trabing Road (Johnson County Road 13); westerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 196; southerly along said highway to the Crazy Woman Canyon Road

(Johnson County Road 14); westerly along said road to the Bighorn National Forest boundary; northerly along said boundary to South Piney Creek; easterly down said creek to Wyoming Highway 193.

Area 28. Hunter Mesa. Beginning where South Piney Creek crosses the east boundary of the Bighorn National Forest; southerly and westerly along said boundary to the Gold Mine Road (U.S.F.S. Road 452); northerly along said road to the Canyon Creek Road (U.S.F.S. Road 25); northerly along said road to U.S. Highway 16 and the divide along the Bighorn Mountain Range at Powder River Pass; northerly along said divide to the head of South Piney Creek; northeasterly down said creek to the east boundary of the Bighorn National Forest.

Area 29. Johnson. Beginning where Interstate Highway 90 crosses the Powder River; southerly up said river to the Streeter Road (Johnson County Road 135); southerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 192; southeasterly along said highway to the West Sussex Oil Field Road at the town of Linch; westerly along said road to old U.S. Highway 87; west from the junction of the West Sussex Oil Field Road and old U.S. Highway 87 to Interstate Highway 25; northerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 90; southeasterly along said highway to the Powder River.

Area 30. Upper Powder River. Beginning at the junction of the Trabing Road

(Johnson County Road 13) and Interstate Highway 25; southerly along Interstate Highway 25 to

the point east of the U.S. Highway 196-Mesa Road (Johnson County Road 115) junction; west to the U.S. Highway 196-Mesa Road junction; southwesterly along the Mesa Road to the Mayoworth Road (Johnson County Road 266) at the town of Mayoworth; westerly along said road to the Slip Road (Johnson County Road 67); westerly along said road to the Hazelton Road

(Johnson County Road 3); northerly along said road to the Gold Mine Road (U.S.F.S. Road 452); northwesterly along said road to the Bighorn National Forest boundary; easterly and northerly along said boundary to the Crazy Woman Canyon Road (Johnson County Road 14); easterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 196; northerly along said highway to the Trabing Road; easterly along said road to Interstate Highway 25.

Area 31. Salt Creek. Beginning at the junction of the West Sussex Oil Field Road and Wyoming Highway 192 at the town of Linch; southeasterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 387; southwesterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 25; northwesterly along said highway to the point on Interstate Highway 25 due west of the junction of old U.S. Highway 87 and the West Sussex Oil Field Road; east from Interstate Highway 25 to the junction of old U.S. Highway 87 and the West Sussex Oil Field Road; easterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 192 at the town of Linch.

Area 32. Beartrap Creek. Beginning where the Slip Road (Johnson County Road 67) crosses Arch Creek west of the town of Mayoworth; southerly down said creek to Beartrap Creek; southerly down said creek to the North Fork of the Red Fork of the Powder River; southeasterly down said river to the Ken Graves Ranch Road; southerly down said road to the Barnum Road (Johnson County Road 78); southerly along said road to the Barnum Mountain Road; westerly along said road to the Hazelton Road (Washakie County Road 81-Johnson County Road 3); northerly along said road to the Slip Road; southeasterly along said road to Arch Creek.

Area 33. Red Fork. Beginning at the town of Kaycee and Interstate Highway 25; southeasterly along said highway to the South Fork of the Powder River; southerly up said river to Willow Creek; southwesterly up said creek to the Lone Bear Road (Natrona County Road 112); northerly along said road to the Willow Creek Road (Natrona County Road 111); southwesterly along said road to the 33 Mile Road (Natrona County Road 110); northwesterly along said road to Buffalo Creek; northerly down said creek to the Middle Fork of the Powder River; westerly up said river to the Outlaw Cave Access Road; northerly along said road to the Barnum Road (Johnson County Road 78) at the town of Barnum; northerly along said road to the Ken Graves Ranch Road; northerly along said road to the North Fork of the Red Fork of the

Powder River at the Ken Graves Ranch; northwesterly up said river to Beartrap Creek; northwesterly up said creek to Arch Creek; northerly up said creek to the Slip Road (Johnson County Road 67); easterly along said road to the Mayoworth Road (Johnson County Road 266); easterly along said road to the Mesa Road (Johnson County Road 115) at Mayoworth; northeasterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 196; due east from the junction of the Mesa Road and Wyoming Highway 196 to the Interstate Highway 25; southerly along said highway to the town of Kaycee.

Area 34. Natrona. Beginning at the intersection of Interstate Highway 25 and the North Platte River in the city of Casper; southwesterly up said river to the bridge at Poplar Street; northerly along said street to U.S. Highway 20-26; westerly along said highway to Natrona County Road 104 at Waltman; northerly along said road to Natrona County Road 103; northwesterly along said road to Natrona County Road 102; northerly along said road to Natrona County Road 101; northeasterly along said road to Badwater Creek; northeasterly along said creek to the divide between Badwater Creek, Deep Creek, and Buffalo Creek; northeasterly along said divide to the divide between the Middle Fork and North Fork of Buffalo Creek; easterly along said divide to the North Fork of Buffalo Creek; northeasterly along said creek to Natrona County Road 109; northeasterly along said road to Washakie County Road 6215; northeasterly along said road to the 33-Mile Road (Natrona County Road 110) at Kidd Flat; southeasterly along said road to Natrona County Road 113; easterly along said road to Natrona County Road 114; northeasterly along said road to Natrona County Road 115; easterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 387; easterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 259 in the town of Midwest; southerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 25; southerly along said highway to the North Platte River in the city of Casper.

Area 35. Upper Nowood. Beginning at Cottonwood Pass and the Nowood Road; northeasterly along said road to Deep Creek; up said creek to Lost Creek; up said creek to the Cherry Creek Hill Stock Drive Road; northeasterly along said road to the Hazelton Road; southerly along said road to Washakie County Road 6215 at Kidd Flat; southwesterly along said road to Natrona County Road 109; southwesterly along said road to the North Fork of Buffalo Creek; southwesterly along said creek to the divide between the Middle Fork and North Fork of Buffalo Creek; westerly along said divide to the divide between Badwater Creek, Deep Creek and Buffalo Creek; southwesterly along said divide to the Bighorn Trail; westerly along said trail to the Oakie Road (Natrona County Road 101); westerly along said road to Sioux Pass and the Devil’s Slide Road; westerly along said road to the divide between Nowood Creek and Badwater Creek; southwesterly then northwesterly along said divide to the Nowood Road at Cottonwood Pass.

Area 36. Badwater. Beginning at the town of Shoshoni and U.S. Highway 20-26; westerly along said highway to the east shoreline of Boysen Reservoir; northerly along said shoreline to Boysen Dam and the Wind River; northerly down said river to Gold Creek

(excluding Indian tribal trust lands immediately north of U.S. Highway 20-26 near Boysen

Reservoir and northeast of Boysen Dam); easterly up Gold Creek to the divide between Buffalo Creek and Badwater Creek on Copper Mountain; easterly along said divide to West Bridger Creek; easterly down said creek to the Kirby Creek Road (Hot Springs County Road 7); northerly along said road to the divide between Kirby Creek and Bridger Creek; northeasterly

along said divide to the Packsaddle Road; southerly along said road to the Bridger Creek Road; northeasterly along said road to the Pine Creek Road at the Gardner Summer Ranch; easterly up said road to the Seaman Ranch Road; easterly, southerly, then easterly along said road to the divide between Nowood Creek and Badwater Creek at Cottonwood Pass; southeasterly then northeasterly along said divide to the Devil’s Slide Road; easterly along said road to Sioux Pass and the Oakie Trail (Natrona County Road 101); easterly along said trail to the Bighorn Trail; easterly along said trail to the divide between Badwater Creek, Deep Creek, and the Middle Fork of Buffalo Creek; southwesterly down Badwater Creek to Natrona County Road 101; southwesterly along said road to Natrona County Road 102; southerly along said road to Natrona County Road 103; southeasterly along said road to Natrona County Road 104; southerly along said road to Waltman and U.S. Highway 20-26; westerly along said highway to the town of Shoshoni.

Area 37. Copper Mountain. Beginning at the confluence of the Bighorn River and Walter’s Draw; easterly up said draw to the divide between Nowater Creek and Kirby Creek; easterly along said divide to the Murphy Dome-Mud Creek Road (B.L.M. Road 1409); southerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 172 (Black Mountain Road); westerly along said highway to Kirby Creek Road (Hot Springs County Road 7); southeasterly along said road to West Bridger Creek; westerly up said creek to the divide between Buffalo Creek and Badwater Creek; westerly along said divide to the head of Gold Creek; westerly down said creek to the east boundary of the Wind River Reservation; north and west along said boundary to the Bighorn River; northerly down said river to Walter’s Draw.

Area 39. Bates Creek. Beginning at the intersection of the Kirby Creek Road (Hot Springs County Road 7) and Wyoming Highway 172 (Black Mountain Road); easterly along said highway to Murphy Dome-Mud Creek Road (B.L.M. Road 1409); northeasterly along said road to the Nowater Stock Drive Road (B.L.M. Road 1404); easterly along said road to the Upper Nowood Road; southerly along said road to the Seaman Ranch Road (Lysite Mountain Road) at Cottonwood Pass; westerly then northerly along said road to the Pine Creek Road; westerly along said road to the Bridger Creek Road at the Gardner Summer Ranch; southwesterly along said road to the Packsaddle Road; northerly along said road to the divide between Kirby Creek and Bridger Creek; southwesterly along said divide to the Kirby Creek Road (Hot Springs County Road 7); northerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 172.

Area 40. Buffalo Creek. Beginning at the intersection of U.S. Highway 16 and the Bluebank Road (B.L.M. Road 1411); northeasterly along said highway to the Canyon Creek Road (U.S.F.S. Road 25); southerly along said road to the Gold Mine Road (U.S.F.S. Road 452); southerly along said road to the Hazelton Road (Bighorn Divide Road); southerly along said road to the Cherry Creek Hill Stock Drive Road; westerly along said road to Lost Creek; northwesterly down said creek to Deep Creek; northerly down said creek to the Upper Nowood Road; southwesterly along said road to the Nowater Stock Drive (B.L.M. Road 1404); northwesterly along said road to the Bluebank Road (B.L.M. Road 1411); northerly along said road to the intersection with U.S. Highway 16.

Area 41. Lower Nowood. Beginning at the intersection of U.S. Highway 16-20 and Wyoming Highway 31 near the town of Manderson; easterly along Highway 31 to the Alkali

Road (B.L.M. Road 1111) near the town of Hyattville; northerly along said road to the Cold Springs Road (Big Horn County Road 268; B.L.M. /U.S.F.S. Road 344); northeasterly along said road to the Bighorn National Forest boundary; southeasterly along said boundary to U.S. Highway 16; westerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 20 (Wyoming Highway 789); southerly along said highway to its junction with the Bighorn Canal three-quarters (3/4) of a mile south of the town of Worland; northerly on said canal to U.S. Highway 16-20; easterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 31.

Area 46. Cloud Peak. Beginning at Granite Pass on U.S. Highway 14 and the divide along the Bighorn Mountain range; southeasterly along said divide to the U.S. Highway 16 at Powder River Pass; westerly along said highway to the Bighorn National Forest Boundary; northerly along said boundary to the Alkali Road (U.S.F.S. Road 338); easterly along said road to the Shell Ranger Station-Paint Rock Lakes Road (U.S.F.S. Road 17); northwesterly along said road to U.S. Highway 14; northerly along said highway to Granite Pass.

Area 47. Webber Canyon. Beginning at the junction of U.S. Highway 16-20 and U.S.

Highway 14 in the town of Greybull; easterly along U.S. Highway 14 to the Paint Rock Lakes Road (U.S.F.S. Road 17); southeasterly along said road to the Alkali Road (U.S.F.S. Road 338) westerly along said road to the Bighorn National Forest boundary; southeasterly along said boundary to the Cold Springs Road (Big Horn County Road 268; B.L.M./U.S.F.S. Road 344); southwesterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 31; westerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 16-20; northerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 14 in the town of Greybull.

Area 50. Upper Shell-Beaver Creek. Beginning at the Bighorn National Forest boundary and U.S. Highway 14A; easterly along said highway to the Hunt Mountain Road

(U.S.F.S. Road 10); southwesterly along said road to U.S. Highway 14; southerly then westerly

along said highway to the Bighorn National Forest boundary; northwesterly along said boundary to U.S. Highway 14A.

Area 51. Beaver Creek. Beginning at the Bighorn River in the town of Greybull; northerly down said river to Bear Creek; northeasterly up said creek to the Bighorn National Forest boundary; southeasterly along said boundary to U.S. Highway 14; westerly along said highway to the Bighorn River.

Area 52. Crystal Creek. Beginning at the Bighorn River and U.S. Highway 14A nine

(9) miles east of the town of Lovell; easterly along said highway to the Bighorn National Forest boundary; southeasterly along said boundary to Bear Creek; southwesterly down said creek to the Bighorn River; northerly down said river to U.S. Highway 14A.

Area 53. Devils Canyon. Beginning where U.S. Highway 14A crosses the Bighorn River; northerly down said river to the Wyoming-Montana state line; easterly along said line to the Sheep Mountain Road (U.S.F.S. Road 11); southerly along said road to the Devils Canyon Road (U.S.F.S. Road 14); southerly along said road to U.S. Highway 14A; westerly along said highway to the Bighorn River.

Area 59. South Laramie Mountains. Beginning at the junction of Wyoming Highway 34 and Interstate Highway 25; southerly along said Interstate Highway to Wyoming Highway 211 near the city of Cheyenne; northwesterly along said highway to the Fisher Canyon-Rogers Canyon Road (Laramie County Road 228-1-Albany County Road 17) at Horse Creek Station; westerly along said road to U.S. Highway 30; northerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 34; northeasterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 25.

Area 60. Pole Mountain. Beginning in the city of Laramie and the Rogers Canyon-Ninth Street Road (Albany County Road 17-Laramie County Road 228); northeasterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 211 (Horse Creek-Chugwater Road); southeasterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 25; southerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 80; westerly along said highway to the city of Laramie.

Area 61. Harriman. Beginning at the city of Laramie and Interstate Highway 80; southeasterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 25 near the city of Cheyenne; southerly along said highway to the Wyoming-Colorado state line; west along said line to U.S. Highway 287; northerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 80.

Area 64. Laramie Peak. Beginning at the junction of Interstate Highway 25 and Wyoming Highway 34; southwesterly along Highway 34 to U.S. Highway 30; northwesterly along said highway to the junction with Wyoming Highway 487 at the town of Medicine Bow; northerly along said highway to the Lone Tree Road (B.L.M. Road 3141); northerly along said road to the Spring Creek Road; easterly along said road to the Bates Creek Road (Natrona County Road 402); northeasterly along said road to the Squaw Springs Trail Road; northeasterly along said road to U.S.F.S. Road 660; southeasterly along said road to the Cold Springs Road

(Converse County Road 24); easterly along said road to the divide between the Little Medicine

Bow River and LaPrele Creek; easterly along said divide to the divide between Corduroy Creek and Rocky Ford Creek; easterly along said divide to the Fetterman Road (Albany County Road 61); southerly along said road to U.S.F.S. Road 658; easterly along said road to South Fork Creek (a tributary to LaBonte Creek); southerly up said creek to the divide between Horseshoe Creek and the North Laramie River; southerly and easterly along said divide to the Esterbrook Road (Albany County Road 710-Converse County Road 5 and 7-U.S.F.S Road 653); northeasterly along said road to the Glendo-Esterbrook Road (Ridge Road-Converse County Road 6-Platte County Road 135); easterly along said road to the Glendo Park Road (Platte County Road 17) at the town of Glendo; easterly along said road to the North Platte River; southeasterly down said river to U.S. Highway 26; westerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 25; southerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 34.

Area 65. South Converse. Beginning at the confluence of Deer Creek and the North Platte River at the town of Glenrock; easterly and southerly down said river to the Glendo Reservoir Dam and the Glendo Park Road (Platte County Road 17); westerly along said road to the town of Glendo and the Glendo-Esterbrook Road (Ridge Road; Platte County Road 135-Converse County Road 6); westerly along said road to the Esterbrook Road (Converse County Road 5 and 7-U.S.F.S. Road 653-Albany County Road 710); southwesterly along said road to the divide between Horseshoe Creek and the North Laramie River; westerly and northerly along said divide to the head of South Fork Creek, a tributary of LaBonte Creek; northeasterly along

said creek to U.S.F.S. Road 658; westerly along said road to the Fetterman Road (Albany County Road 61); northerly along said road to the divide between Corduroy Creek and Rocky Ford Creek; westerly along said divide to the divide between LaPrele Creek and the Little Medicine Bow River; westerly along said divide to the Cold Springs Road (Converse County Road 24); southwesterly along said road to U.S.F.S. Road 660; northwesterly along said road to Curry Creek; northwesterly down said creek to Deer Creek; northerly down said creek to the North Platte River at the town of Glenrock.

Area 66. Bates Hole-Hat Six. Beginning at the confluence of Deer Creek and the North Platte River at the town of Glenrock; southerly along said creek to Curry Creek; southeasterly up said creek to U.S.F.S. Road 660; northwesterly along said road to its termination at the Squaw Springs Trail Road; southwesterly along said road to the Bates Creek Road (Natrona County Road 402); southwesterly along said road to the Spring Creek Road; westerly along said road to the Lone Tree Road (B.L.M. Road 3141); southerly along said road to the Shirley Ridge Road

(Carbon County Road 2); southwesterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 77; southerly

along said highway to the Chalk Mountain Road (B.L.M. 3129); westerly and northerly along

said road to the Dry Creek Road (Carbon County Road 103); northwesterly along said road to the south fork of Canyon Creek; westerly and northerly down said fork to Canyon Creek; westerly down said creek to Pathfinder Reservoir and the North Platte River; northerly and easterly down said river to Wolf Creek; southerly up said creek to its head; southerly one and one-eighth (1-1/8) miles to the Casper Mountain area boundary marker; due east two and one-quarter (2-1/4) miles to the west boundary of Star Wallow; southerly along said boundary one and one-half (1-1/2) miles to the switchback of the Circle Drive Road (Natrona County Road 505); southerly along said road to the head of the Clear Fork of Muddy Creek; easterly down said fork to the Casper Mountain area boundary marker; north two (2) miles to the southeast corner of Crimson Dawn Park; northerly and westerly along the east and north boundary of said park to the north entrance road; northerly along said road to the East End Road (Natrona County Road 506); northeasterly along said road to the head of the East Fork of Elkhorn Creek; northerly down said creek to the lower timberline on Casper Mountain; westerly along said timberline to the Casper Mountain Road (Wyoming Highway 251); northerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 258

(Wyoming Boulevard); westerly along said highway to Poplar Street; northerly along said street to the North Platte River; easterly down said river to Deer Creek at the town of Glenrock.

Area 67. Casper Mountain. Beginning where Wolf Creek enters the North Platte River; northeasterly down said river to the bridge at Poplar Street; southerly along said street to Wyoming Highway 258 (Wyoming Boulevard); easterly along said highway to Casper Mountain Road (Wyoming Highway 251); southerly along said road to the lower timberline on Casper Mountain; easterly along said timberline to the East Fork of Elkhorn Creek; southerly up said creek to the East End Road (Natrona County Road 506); southwesterly along said road to the north entrance road to Crimson Dawn Park; southerly along said road to the Crimson Dawn Park boundary; easterly and southerly along said boundary to the southeast corner of the park; southerly to the Clear Fork of Muddy Creek and the Casper Mountain area boundary marker; southwesterly up said creek to the Circle Drive Road (Natrona County Road 505); northerly along said road to the switchback; northerly one and one-half (1-1/2) miles along the west boundary of Star Wallow; west two and one-fourth (2-1/4) miles to the Casper Mountain area

boundary marker; northerly to the head of Wolf Creek; northerly down said creek to the North Platte River.

Area 70. Shirley Mountain. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 487 intersects U.S.

Highway 30 at the town of Medicine Bow; westerly along U.S. Highway 30 to Wyoming Highway 72; northerly along said highway to the town of Hanna and Big Ditch; northwesterly along Big Ditch to Seminoe Reservoir and the North Platte River; northerly down said river to where Canyon Creek enters Pathfinder Reservoir; easterly up said creek to the south fork of Canyon Creek; easterly and southerly up said fork to the Dry Creek Road (Carbon County Road 103); southeasterly along said road to the Chalk Mountain Road (B.L.M. Road 3129); easterly and southerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 77; northerly along said highway to the Shirley Ridge Road (Carbon County Road 2); northeasterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 487; southerly along said highway to the intersection with U.S. Highway 30 at the town of Medicine Bow.

Area 74. Kyle. Beginning where U.S. Highway 30 intersects Wyoming Highway 72; southeasterly along said highway to the city of Laramie and Interstate Highway 80; northwesterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 72; northerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 30.

Area 75. Four Mile. Beginning at the city of Laramie and Wyoming Highway 130; westerly along said highway to the divide between the Laramie River and the North Platte River; northerly along said divide to Medicine Bow Peak and the divide between the Medicine Bow River and Brush Creek; northwesterly along said divide to U.S.F.S. Road 103; northwesterly along said road to the North Brush Creek Road (U.S.F.S. Road 100); northerly along said road to the Sand Lake Road (U.S.F.S. Road 101); northwesterly along said road to the Cedar Pass Road

(U.S.F.S. Road 261); southwesterly along said road to U.S.F.S. Road 115; northerly along said road to the Pass Creek Basin Road; northerly along said road to the Pass Creek Road (Carbon County Road 404); northerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 72; northwesterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 80 to the west Elk Mountain interchange; southeasterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 130.

Area 76. Sheep Mountain. Beginning at the city of Laramie and Wyoming Highway 230; southwesterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 10 at Woods Landing; southerly along said highway to the Wyoming-Colorado state line; west along said line to Wyoming Highway 230; northeasterly along said highway to U.S.F.S. Road 512; northwesterly along said road to U.S.F.S. Road 543; northerly along said road to Douglas Creek at Keystone; northerly up said creek to the divide between the Laramie River and the North Platte River; northerly along said divide to Wyoming Highway 130; easterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 230.

Area 77. Boulder Ridge. Beginning at the city of Laramie and U.S. Highway 287; southerly along said highway to the Wyoming-Colorado state line; westerly along said line to Wyoming Highway 10; northerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 230 at Woods Landing; northeasterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 287.

Area 78. French Creek. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 130 crosses the divide between the Laramie River and the North Platte River; southerly along said divide to Douglas Creek; southerly down said creek to U.S.F.S. Road 543 at Keystone; southerly along said road to U.S.F.S. Road 512; southeasterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 230; southwesterly along said highway to the Wyoming-Colorado state line; westerly along said line to Wyoming Highway 230; northwesterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 130; easterly along said highway to the divide between the Laramie River and the North Platte River.

Area 79. Kennaday Peak. Beginning where Interstate Highway 80 crosses the North Platte River; northerly down said river to Big Ditch; southeasterly along Big Ditch to the town of Hanna and Wyoming Highway 72; southerly along said highway to the Pass Creek Road

(Carbon County Road 404); southerly along said road to the Pass Creek Basin Road; southerly

along said road to U.S.F.S. Road 115; southerly along said road to the Cedar Pass Road (U.S.F.S. Road 261); northeasterly along said road to the Sand Lake Road (U.S.F.S. Road 101); southeasterly along said road to the North Brush Creek Road (U.S.F.S. Road 100); southerly along said road to U.S.F.S. Road 103; southeasterly along said road to the divide between Brush Creek and the Medicine Bow River; southeasterly along said divide to Medicine Bow Peak and the divide between the Laramie River and the North Platte River; southerly along said divide to Wyoming Highway 130; westerly and northerly along said highway to the North Platte River in the town of Saratoga; northerly down said river to Interstate Highway 80.

Area 80. Spring Creek. Beginning at the Continental Divide on Wyoming Highway 70; northerly along said divide to the Sage Creek Road (Carbon County Road 401); northerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 71; northerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 80; easterly along said Interstate to the North Platte River; southerly up said river to the town of Saratoga and Wyoming Highway 130; southerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 230; southerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 70 at the town of Riverside; southwesterly along said highway to the Continental Divide.

Area 81. Blackhall. Beginning at the Wyoming-Colorado state line and Wyoming Highway 230; westerly along said line to the Continental Divide; northerly along said divide to Wyoming Highway 70; northeasterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 230 at the town of Riverside; easterly and southeasterly along said highway to the Wyoming-Colorado state line.

Area 82. Baggs. Beginning at the junction of Wyoming Highway 789 and the Wyoming-Colorado state line; northerly along said highway to Muddy Creek north of Dad; easterly up said creek to the Muddy Creek Road (B.L.M. Road 3306); easterly along said road to Miller Hill Road (B.L.M. Road 3328); southeasterly along said road to McCarty Canyon Road

(Carbon County Road 503); northeasterly along said road to Sage Creek Road (Carbon County Road 401); southerly along said road to the Continental Divide at Middlewood Hill; southerly along said divide to the Wyoming-Colorado state line; westerly along said line to Wyoming Highway 789.

Area 84. Atlantic Rim. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 71 crosses Interstate Highway 80 at the city of Rawlins; southerly along said highway to the Sage Creek Road

(Carbon County Road 401); southerly along said road to the McCarty Canyon Road (Carbon

County Road 503); southwesterly along said road to the Miller Hill Road (B.L.M. Road 3328); northwesterly along said road to the Muddy Creek Road (B.L.M. Road 3306); westerly along said road to Muddy Creek; westerly down said creek to Wyoming Highway 789; northerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 80; easterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 71.

Area 87. Ferris. Beginning at the junction of U.S. Highway 287 and Interstate Highway 80 at the city of Rawlins; northerly along said highway to Muddy Gap Junction and Wyoming Highway 220; northeasterly along said highway to the Pathfinder Road (Natrona County Road 409); southerly along said road to the Pathfinder Dam service road; southerly along said road to the North Platte River at Pathfinder Dam; southerly up said river to Interstate Highway 80; westerly along said Interstate to U.S. Highway 287.

Area 88. Kendrick. Beginning at the Poplar Street bridge on the North Platte River in the city of Casper; southwesterly up said river to the Pathfinder Dam; northerly along the Pathfinder Dam service road to Wyoming Highway 220; westerly along said highway to the Rattlesnake Divide between Eagle Creek and Fish Creek; northerly along said divide to the Oregon Trail Road (Natrona County Road 319) at the top of Ryan Hill (Prospect Hill); northeasterly along said road to the Kendrick Canal at the Iron Creek Oil Field; northerly along said canal to U.S. Highway 20-26; easterly along said highway to Poplar Street in the city of Casper; southerly along said street to the North Platte River.

Area 89. Rattlesnake. Beginning where the Gas Hills Road (Natrona County Road 212) intersects U.S. Highway 20-26 at the town of Waltman; easterly along said highway to the Kendrick Canal; southerly along said canal to the Oregon Trail Road (Natrona County Road 319) at the Iron Creek Oil Field; southwesterly along said road to the Rattlesnake Divide at Ryan Hill

(Prospect Hill); southerly along said divide between Eagle Creek and Fish Creek to Wyoming

Highway 220; westerly along said highway to the Dry Creek Road (Natrona County Road 321); northwesterly along said road to the Gas Hills Road (Natrona County Road 212); northeasterly along said road to U.S. Highway 20-26 at the town of Waltman.

Area 90. Muskrat. Beginning where U.S. Highway 26 intersects the Wind River Reservation boundary; easterly along said highway to the town of Waltman and the Gas Hills Road (Natrona County Road 212); southwesterly along said road to the Dry Creek Road

(Natrona County Road 321); southeasterly along said road to the divide between Deer Creek and Dry Creek; southwesterly along said divide to Beaver Rim; southwesterly along said rim to the Ore Road; southerly along said road to the Beaver Rim Road (B.L.M. Road 2401); westerly along said road to the Cedar Rim Draw Road (B.L.M. Road 2301); southwesterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 135 (Sand Draw Road); northerly along said highway to the south boundary of the Wind River Reservation; easterly and northerly along said boundary to its intersection with U.S. Highway 26.

Area 92. South Wind River. Beginning where U.S. Highway 287 crosses the south boundary of the Wind River Reservation; southeasterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 28; southwesterly along said highway to the Sweetwater River; northwesterly along said river to the divide between the Sweetwater River and Popo Agie River drainages at Sweetwater Gap; westerly along said divide to the Continental Divide on Mt. Nystrom;

northwesterly along said divide to the south boundary of the Wind River Reservation; easterly along said boundary to U.S. Highway 287.

Area 94. Twin Creek. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 28 intersects U.S.

Highway 287 south of the city of Lander; southeasterly along U.S. Highway 287 to the Bison Basin Road (Fremont County Road 281 and B.L.M. Road 3221); southerly along said road to the Three Forks – Atlantic City Road (B.L.M. Road 2317); northwesterly along said road to the Sweetwater River at the Phelps-Dodge Bridge; westerly up said river to Wyoming Highway 28; northeasterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 287.

Area 96. Green Mountain. Beginning at the junction of U.S. Highway 287 and Wyoming Highway 73; westerly along said highway to the Bairoil Road (Sweetwater County Road 22); westerly along said road to the Wamsutter-Crooks Gap Road (Sweetwater County Road 23); southerly along said road to the Osborne Road (B.L.M. Road 3212); westerly along said road to the Hadsell Road (B.L.M. Road 3217); westerly along said road to the Bison Basin Road (Fremont County Road 281 and B.L.M. Road 3221); northerly along said road to U.S. Highway 287; southeasterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 73.

Area 97. Sweetwater Rocks. Beginning at the junction of Wyoming Highway 220 and U.S. Highway 287; westerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 135; northerly along said highway to the Cedar Rim Draw Road (B.L.M. Road 2301); northeasterly along said road to the Beaver Rim Road (B.L.M. Road 2401); easterly along said road to the Ore Road (Fremont County Road 5) at Beaver Rim; northeasterly along said rim to the divide between Deer Creek and Dry Creek; northeasterly along said divide to the Dry Creek Road (Natrona County Road 321); southeasterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 220; southwesterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 287.

Area 98. Chain Lakes. Beginning at the junction of U.S. Highway 287 and Interstate Highway 80 at the city of Rawlins; westerly along said Interstate to the Wamsutter-Crooks Gap Road (Sweetwater County Road 23); northerly along said road to the Bairoil Road (Sweetwater County Road 22); easterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 73; easterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 287; southerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 80.

Area 100. South Wamsutter. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 789 crosses the Wyoming-Colorado state line; west along said line to the Cow Creek-Powder Wash Road north of Powder Wash, Colorado; northwesterly along said road to the Bitter Creek Road (Sweetwater County Road 19); northwesterly along said road to Interstate Highway 80; easterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 789 at Creston Junction; southerly along said highway to the Wyoming-Colorado state line.

Area 101. Black Butte. Beginning at the junction of Wyoming Highway 430 and the Wyoming-Colorado state line; northwesterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 80 in the town of Rock Springs; easterly along said interstate to the Bitter Creek Road (Sweetwater County Road 19); southeasterly along said road to Carson Springs Junction and the Cow Creek-Powder Wash Road; southeasterly along said road to the Wyoming-Colorado state line; westerly along said line to Wyoming Highway 430.

Area 102. Aspen Mountain. Beginning where Interstate Highway 80 crosses the Green River; easterly along said highway to the town of Rock Springs and Wyoming Highway 430; southeasterly along said highway to the Wyoming-Colorado state line; westerly along said line to the Flaming Gorge Reservoir; northerly along the east shore of said reservoir to the Green River; up the east bank of said river to Interstate Highway 80.

Area 105. Beartooth. All of the area within Wyoming north of Clark’s Fork River and west of Wyoming Highway 120.

Area 106. Crandall-Sunlight. All of the drainage of Soda Butte Creek outside of Yellowstone National Park; all of the south drainage of Clark’s Fork River down to and including Dead Indian Creek drainage.

Area 109. Bald Ridge. All of the drainage of Pat O’Hara Creek, Paint Creek, Trail Creek, Cottonwood Creek, Dry Creek, Newmeyer Creek and Dead Indian Gulch north of the North Fork of the Shoshone River and west of Wyoming Highway 120.

Area 110. Grinnell. All of the north and west drainage of the North Fork of the Shoshone River down to and including the drainage of Clearwater Creek; all of the south drainage of the North Fork of the Shoshone River down to the drainage of Elk Fork Creek.

Area 111. Elk Fork. All of the north drainage of the North Fork of the Shoshone River below the drainage of Clearwater Creek; all of the south drainage of the North Fork of the Shoshone River below and including Elk Fork Creek.

Area 112. Ishawooa. All of the north and west drainage of the South Fork of the Shoshone River up to the drainage of Fall Creek.

Area 113. Boulder. All of the east and south drainage of the South Fork of the Shoshone River up to the drainage of Needle Creek; all of the drainage of Sage Creek and Dry Creek west of Wyoming Highway 120; all of the drainage of Sulphur Creek.

Area 114. Wall Mountain. All of the drainage of the South Fork of the Shoshone River above and including the drainage of Fall Creek on the west side of the South Fork of the Shoshone River, and above and including the drainage of Needle Creek on the east side of the South Fork of the Shoshone River.

Area 115. Thorofare. All of the drainage of the Yellowstone River upstream from Yellowstone Lake and outside of Yellowstone National Park.

Area 116. Meeteetse. All of the Greybull and Wood River drainages off national forest west of Wyoming Highway 120.

Area 117. Franc’s Peak. All of the Greybull and Wood River drainages on national forest.

Area 118. Upper Gooseberry Creek. All of the drainages of Gooseberry Creek and Little Buffalo Creek located west of Wyoming Highway 120.

Area 119. Anchor. Beginning where the divide between Gooseberry Creek and Grass Creek crosses Wyoming Highway 120; southerly along said highway to the Upper Cottonwood Creek Road (Hot Springs County Road 10); westerly then southerly along said road to the Lake Creek Road; southerly along said road to the Anchor Dam Road at Anchor Reservoir (Owl Creek Road, Hot Springs County Road 1); southerly along said road to the Wind River Reservation boundary; westerly along said boundary to the divide between Owl Creek and the South Fork of the Wood River; easterly along said divide to the divide between Cottonwood Creek and Gooseberry Creek; northeasterly along said divide to the divide between Gooseberry Creek and Grass Creek; easterly along said divide to Wyoming Highway 120.

Area 120. Hamilton Dome. Beginning at the junction of the Upper Cottonwood Creek Road (Hot Springs County Road 10) and Wyoming Highway 120; southerly along said highway to the town of Thermopolis and the Broadway Street bridge over the Bighorn River; southerly up said river to the Wind River Reservation boundary; westerly, northerly, then westerly along said boundary to the Anchor Dam Road at Anchor Reservoir (Owl Creek Road-Hot Springs County Road 1); northerly and easterly along said road to the Lake Creek Road; northeasterly along said road to the Upper Cottonwood Creek Road (Hot Springs County Road 10); easterly along said road to Wyoming Highway 120; in addition, all non-Indian fee title lands in that portion of Hot Springs County within the exterior boundaries of the Wind River Reservation.

Area 121. Heart Mountain. All of the north drainage of the Shoshone River east of Wyoming Highway 120 and west of Wyoming Highway 295; all of the drainage of the Clark’s Fork River east of Wyoming Highway 120 and west of Wyoming Highway 295 and Elk Basin Road.

Area 122. Shoshone River. Beginning where the Elk Basin Road (Wyoming Highway 295) crosses the Wyoming-Montana state line; easterly along said line to the Bighorn River; southerly up said river to Horseshoe Bend boat ramp; westerly along the Horseshoe Bend Road to Wyoming Highway 37; southerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 14A; easterly along said highway to the Bighorn River; southerly up said river to Stucco (WyoBen Bentonite Plant); from Stucco south to B.L.M. Road 1138; northwesterly along said road to U.S. Highway 310; northerly along said highway to the divide between the Shoshone River and Dry Creek; southwesterly along said divide to the Park-Big Horn county line; southerly along said line to U.S. Highway 14-16-20; westerly along said highway to the town of Cody and the Shoshone River; northeasterly down said river to the Willwood Road (Wyoming Highway 295); northerly along said highway to the Wyoming-Montana state line.

Area 123. Yellowtail. Beginning at the Horseshoe Bend boat ramp on the Bighorn River; southerly up said river to U.S. Highway 14A; westerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 37; northerly along said highway to the Horseshoe Bend Road; easterly along said road to the Horseshoe Bend boat ramp.

Area 124. Emblem. Beginning in the town of Greybull; southerly along U.S. Highway 16-20 to the divide between Antelope Creek and Elk Creek; westerly along said divide to the divide between Elk Creek and Dorsey Creek; westerly along said divide to the divide between Fifteen Mile Creek and the Greybull River; westerly along said divide to Fenton Pass and the Fenton Pass Road (B.L.M. Road 1222); northerly along said road to Big Horn County Lane 40 1/2; southwesterly along said road to Park county Road 3XQ; northerly and westerly along said road to the Lower Greybull Road (Park County Road 3LE); northeasterly along said road to the Park-Big Horn County line; northerly along said line to the divide between Dry Creek and the Shoshone River; northeasterly along said divide to U.S. Highway 310 (Wyoming Highway 789); southerly along said highway to B.L.M. Road 1138; southeasterly along said road to Stucco

(WyoBen Bentonite Plant) and the Bighorn River; southerly up said river to the town of Greybull.

Area 125. Fifteen Mile. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 120 crosses the divide between the Greybull River and Fifteen Mile Creek; northerly and easterly along said divide to the divide between Dorsey Creek and Elk Creek; easterly along said divide to the divide between Elk Creek and Antelope Creek; easterly along said divide to U.S. Highway 16-20; southerly then easterly along said highway to its junction with the Bighorn Canal three (3) miles west of Manderson; southerly along said canal to its junction with Wyoming Highway 20-U.S. Highway 789 three-quarters (3/4) of a mile south of Worland; southwesterly along said highway to Tie Down Gulch; westerly along said gulch to the divide between Cottonwood Creek and Gooseberry Creek; westerly along said divide to the divide between Gooseberry Creek and Grass Creek; westerly along said divide to Wyoming Highway 120; northwesterly along said highway to the divide between the Greybull River and Fifteen Mile Creek.

Area 127. Cottonwood. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 120 crosses the divide between Gooseberry Creek and Grass Creek; easterly along said divide to the divide between Gooseberry Creek and Cottonwood Creek; easterly along said divide to Tie Down Gulch; easterly down said gulch to the Bighorn River; southerly up said river to the Broadway Street bridge at the town of Thermopolis; westerly along said street to Wyoming Highway 120; northwesterly along said highway to the divide between Gooseberry Creek and Cottonwood Creek.

Area 128. Wind River. All of the drainage of the Wind River west of the west boundary of the Wind River Reservation and those areas of the Spence and Moriarty Wildlife Habitat Management Area that lie east of the East Fork of the Wind River.

Area 130. Big Sandy. Beginning at the town of Farson and U.S. Highway 191; northerly along said highway to the Big Sandy Reservoir Road (Sweetwater County Road 28); easterly along said road to the Big Sandy River at the Big Sandy Reservoir dam; northerly up said river to the Continental Divide; southeasterly along said divide to Mt. Nystrom; easterly from Mt. Nystrom to Sweetwater Gap and the headwaters of the Sweetwater River; southerly down said river to Wyoming Highway 28; southwesterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 191 at the town of Farson.

Area 131. Steamboat. Beginning at the junction of Interstate Highway 80 and Wyoming Highway 372; northwesterly along Wyoming Highway 372 to the Fontenelle Dam Road (Lincoln County Road 313); northerly then easterly along said road to the County Line Road (Sweetwater County Road 52); southerly along said road to the Eighteen Mile Road

(Sweetwater County Road 49); northeasterly along said road to U.S. Highway 191; southerly

along said highway to U.S. Highway 28; northeasterly along said highway to the Sweetwater

River; easterly down said river to the Three Forks – Atlantic City Road (B.L.M. Road 2317) at the Phelps-Dodge Bridge; southeasterly along said road to the Bison Basin Road (Fremont County Road 281 and B.L.M. Road 3221); southerly along said road to the Hadsell Road

(B.L.M. Road 3217); easterly along said road to the Osborne Road (B.L.M. Road 3212); easterly along said road to the Wamsutter-Crooks Gap Road (Sweetwater County Road 23); southerly along said road to Interstate Highway 80; westerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway

372.

Area 132. Cedar Mountain. Beginning where the Flaming Gorge Reservoir crosses the Wyoming-Utah state line; westerly along said line to the Blacks Fork River; northerly down said river to the I-80 Business Loop; westerly along said business loop to Interstate Highway 80; easterly along said highway to the Green River; southerly down the east bank of said river to Flaming Gorge Reservoir; southerly along the east shore of said reservoir to the Wyoming-Utah state line.

Area 133. Uinta. Beginning where Interstate Highway 80 crosses the Wyoming-Utah state line; easterly along said highway to I-80 Business loop road; easterly along said road to the Blacks Fork River; southerly up said river to the Wyoming-Utah state line; westerly then northerly along said line to Interstate Highway 80.

Area 134. Bear River Divide. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 89 crosses the Wyoming-Utah state line west of Sage Junction; northeasterly along said highway to Wyoming U.S. Highway 30; easterly then southerly along said highway to Interstate Highway 80; westerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 412; northwesterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 189; southerly along said highway to Muddy Creek; westerly along said creek to the Amoco Sulfur Haul Road; southerly then westerly along said road to the Whitney Canyon Road; westerly along said road to Uinta County Road 103; southerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 89; northerly along said highway to the Wyoming-Utah state line; northerly along said line to Wyoming Highway 89.

Area 135. West Green River. Beginning at the junction of Wyoming Highway 372 and Interstate Highway 80; westerly along said interstate highway to U.S. Highway 30; northwesterly along said highway to Sage Junction and Wyoming Highway 89; southwesterly along said highway to the Wyoming-Utah state line; northerly along said line to the Wyoming-Idaho state line; northerly along said line to the divide between the Salt River and Bear River; easterly along said divide to the divide between the Salt River and Smith’s Fork; northeasterly along said divide to Commissary Ridge; southeasterly along said ridge to the head of LaBarge Creek; southeasterly down said creek to the Green River; southeasterly along said river to Fontenelle Dam and the Fontenelle Dam Road (Lincoln County Road 313); westerly along said road to

Lincoln County Road 316; southerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 372; southeasterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 80.

Area 138. Boulder. Beginning at the Fontenelle Dam on the Green River; northerly up said river to Wyoming Highway 351; easterly along said highway to the New Fork River; northerly up said river to Boulder Creek; easterly up said creek to the Middle Fork of Boulder Creek; easterly up said creek to the Continental Divide; southerly along said divide to the Big Sandy River; southerly down said river to the Big Sandy Reservoir Road (Sweetwater County Road 28); westerly along said road to U.S. Highway 191; southerly along said highway to the 18 Mile Road (Sweetwater County Road 49); southwesterly along said road to the County Line Road (Sweetwater County Road 52); northerly along said road to the Fontenelle Dam Road

(Lincoln County Road 313); westerly along said road to Fontenelle Dam and the Green River.

Area 139. Pinedale. Beginning where the East Green River Road (Sublette County Road 23-110) intersects Wyoming Highway 351; northerly along said highway to Cora Junction and U.S. Highway 191; easterly along said highway to Pine Creek; northerly up said creek to Summit Lake; easterly to Mt. Helen and the Continental Divide; southerly along said divide to the Middle Fork of Boulder Creek; westerly down said creek to Boulder Creek; westerly down said creek to the New Fork River; southerly down said river to Wyoming Highway 351; westerly along said highway to the East Green River Road (Sublette County Road 23-110).

Area 140. New Fork. Beginning where U.S. Highway 191 crosses Pine Creek in the town of Pinedale; westerly and northerly along said highway to the Green River at Warren Bridge; northerly up said river to Jim Creek; easterly up said creek to the divide between the New Fork River and the Green River; southerly along said divide to the divide between the Green River and Pine Creek; southeasterly along said divide to Summit Lake and the head of Pine Creek; southerly down said creek to U.S. Highway 191.

Area 141. Green River. Beginning where U.S. Highway 191 crosses the Green River at Warren Bridge; northwesterly along said highway to the divide between the Hoback River and the Green River (Hoback Rim); northerly along said divide to the divide between the Green River and the Gros Ventre River at Hodges Peak; northeasterly along said divide to the Darwin Ranch Road (U.S.F.S. Road 620); easterly along said road to the Union Pass Road (U.S.F.S. Road 600); northerly and easterly along said road to the Continental Divide; southerly along said divide to Mt. Helen; westerly to Summit Lake and the divide between the Green River and Pine Creek; northwesterly along said divide to the divide between the Green River and the New Fork River; northerly along said divide to the head of Jim Creek; westerly down said creek to the Green River; southerly down said river to U.S. Highway 191 at Warren Bridge.

Area 142. Piney-Horse Creek. Beginning where the East Green River Road (Sublette County Road 23-110) intersects Wyoming Highway 351; westerly along said road to the Green River; northerly up said river to Cottonwood Creek; westerly up said creek to South Cottonwood Creek; westerly up said creek to the South Fork of South Cottonwood Creek; westerly up said creek to the divide between the Green River and the Greys River; northerly along said divide to the divide between the Hoback River and the Green River; easterly along said divide to U.S. Highway 191 at Hoback Rim; southerly along said highway to the East Green River Road

(Sublette County Road 23-110) at Cora Junction; southerly along said road to Wyoming Highway 351.

Area 143. South Piney. Beginning where LaBarge Creek enters the Green River; westerly up said creek to the divide between the Green River and Greys River; northerly along said divide to the head of the South Fork of South Cottonwood Creek; easterly down said creek to South Cottonwood Creek; easterly down said creek to Cottonwood Creek; easterly down said creek to the Green River; southerly down said river to LaBarge Creek.

Area 144. Greys River. Beginning at the confluence of Greys River and the Snake River; easterly up the Snake River to Bailey Creek; southerly up said creek to Dry Wash Draw; easterly up said draw to the top of the Greyback Ridge; southerly along said ridge to the divide between the Greys River and the Green River; southerly, westerly and northerly along said divide to the divide between the Greys River and Smith Fork Creek; northerly and westerly along said divide to the divide between the Greys River and Salt River; northerly along said divide to the ridge between Squaw Creek and the Greys River; northeasterly along said ridge to the confluence of Squaw Creek and the Greys River; westerly down said river to the Snake River.

Area 145. Salt River. Beginning at the Wyoming-Idaho state line on the Snake River; easterly up said river to the Greys River; easterly up said river to the confluence of the Greys River and Squaw Creek; southwesterly from said confluence to the ridge between Squaw Creek and the Greys River; southerly up said ridge to the divide between the Greys River and the Salt River; southerly along said divide to the divide between the Bear River and the Salt River; westerly along said divide to the Wyoming-Idaho state line; northerly along said line to the Snake River.

Area 146. Fish Creek. Beginning where Kinky Creek enters the Gros Ventre River; northerly down said river to Fish Creek; northerly up said creek to the North Fork of Fish Creek; northerly up said creek to the Moccasin Basin Road (U.S.F.S. Road 30750) at Calf Creek; northerly up said road to the Continental Divide; southerly along said divide to the Union Pass Road (U.S.F.S. Road 600); southerly along said road to the Darwin Ranch Road (U.S.F.S. Road 620); westerly along said road to Kinky Creek; westerly down said creek to the Gros Ventre River.

Area 148. Teton. Beginning where U.S. Highway 26-287 crosses the western bank of the Buffalo Fork River at the private land boundary of the Pinto Ranch; southerly, westerly and northerly along said boundary to the Grand Teton National Park-Bridger Teton National Forest boundary; northerly along said boundary to the Grand Teton National Park-John D. Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Parkway boundary; westerly then northerly along said boundary to the Targhee National Forest boundary at the northwest corner of Grand Teton National Park; northerly along said boundary to the Yellowstone National Park boundary; easterly along said boundary to the Continental Divide; southerly and easterly along said divide to U.S. Highway 26-287 at Togwotee Pass; westerly along said highway to the easternmost boundary of Grand Teton National Park; northerly and westerly along said boundary to U.S. Highway 26-287 and the Buffalo Fork River.

Area 149. Targhee. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 22 crosses the Wyoming-Idaho state line; northerly along said line to the southern boundary of Yellowstone National Park; easterly along said boundary to the Caribou-Targhee National Forest boundary; southerly along said boundary to Teton Pass and Wyoming Highway 22; westerly along said highway to the Wyoming-Idaho state line.

Area 150. Wilson. Beginning where the Caribou-Targhee National Forest boundary crosses Wyoming Highway 22 at Teton Pass; northerly along said boundary to the Grand Teton National Park boundary; northerly and southerly along said boundary to U.S. Highway 191; southerly along said highway to its junction with Wyoming Highway 22; westerly along said highway to Teton Pass.

Area 151. Fall Creek. Beginning where Wyoming Highway 22 crosses the Snake River; southerly and westerly down said river to the Wyoming-Idaho state line; northerly along said line to Wyoming Highway 22; easterly along said highway to the Snake River.

Area 152. Lower Hoback. Beginning where U.S. Highway 191 crosses Flat Creek at the north edge of the town of Jackson; due east to the National Elk Refuge boundary; easterly along said boundary to the Bridger-Teton National Forest boundary; southerly along said boundary to Cache Creek; southeasterly up said creek to U.S.F.S. Trail 018; northeasterly along said trail to the divide between Flat Creek and Cache Creek at Cache Peak; easterly along the divide between Flat Creek and Granite Creek to Pyramid Peak; southerly along the divide between the Gros Ventre River and the Hoback River to Steamboat Peak; southerly and westerly along the divide between Shoal Creek and Dell Creek to the Riling Draw road; southerly along said road to the Dell Creek Road; westerly along said road to the Hoback River; westerly down said river to Cliff Creek; southerly up Cliff Creek to the divide between the Greys River and the Hoback River; northwesterly along said divide to the divide between the Greys River and Willow Creek; northerly along said divide to the divide between Willow Creek and Bailey Creek

(Greyback Ridge); northerly along said divide to Dry Wash Draw; westerly down said draw to Bailey Creek; northwesterly down said creek to the Snake River; northerly up said river to Wyoming Highway 22; easterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 191; easterly along said highway to Flat Creek at the north edge of the town of Jackson.

Area 153. Monument Ridge. Beginning at the head of Cliff Creek; northerly down said creek to the Hoback River; southerly up said river to the South Fork of the Hoback River; easterly to the Hoback Rim and the divide between the Hoback River and the Green River; southwesterly along said divide to the divide between the Hoback River and the Greys River; northerly along said divide to the head of Cliff Creek.

Area 154. Raspberry Ridge. Beginning where U.S. Highway 191 crosses the divide between the Green River and the Hoback River on the Hoback Rim; southwesterly along said divide to a point due east of the confluence of the South Fork of the Hoback River and the Hoback River; due west to the Hoback River; northerly down said river to the Dell Creek road; easterly along said road to the Riling Draw Road; northerly along said road to the divide between Shoal Creek and Dell Creek; northeasterly along said divide to the divide between the Gros Ventre River and the Hoback River at Steamboat Peak; southeasterly along said divide to the

divide between the Green River and the Hoback River at Hodges Peak; southerly along said divide to U.S. Highway 191.

Area 155. Crystal Peak. Beginning where U.S. Highway 191 crosses the Gros Ventre River at the northwest corner of the National Elk Refuge boundary; easterly up said river to Kinky Creek; easterly up said creek to the Darwin Ranch Road (U.S.F.S. Road 620); easterly along said road to the divide between the Gros Ventre River and the Green River; southwesterly along said divide to the divide between the Gros Ventre River and the Hoback River at Hodges Peak; northwesterly along said divide to the divide between Granite Creek and Flat Creek at Pyramid Peak; southwesterly along said divide to the divide between Flat Creek and Cache Creek at Cache Peak; northwesterly along said divide to U.S.F.S. Trail 018; southwesterly along said trail to Cache Creek; northwesterly along said creek to the Bridger-Teton National Forest boundary; northerly along said boundary to the National Elk Refuge boundary; westerly along said boundary to U.S. Highway 191; northerly along said highway to the Gros Ventre River at the northwest corner of the National Elk Refuge.

Area 156. Spread Creek. Beginning where the Grand Teton National Park boundary crosses the Gros Ventre River east of Kelly; northerly along said boundary to U.S. Highway 26-287; easterly along said highway to Togwotee Pass and the Continental Divide; southerly along said divide to the Moccasin Basin Road (U.S.F.S. Road 30750); southerly down said road to the North Fork of Fish Creek at Calf Creek; southerly down said creek to Fish Creek; southwesterly down said creek to the Gros Ventre River; westerly down said river to the Grand Teton National Park boundary.

Area 157. Boysen. All lands within the Bureau of Reclamation’s Riverton and Boysen Unit boundaries and those lands within Boysen State Park south of Cottonwood Creek and west of Boysen Reservoir and those lands within Boysen State Park south of U.S. Highway 20-26 and all non-Indian owned fee title lands within the following described area: Beginning where the eastern boundary of the Wind River Reservation meets the Boysen State Park Boundary south of U.S. Highway 20-26; southerly, then westerly along said boundary to Wyoming Highway 135; northwesterly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 789; northwesterly along said highway to the Big Wind River near the City of Riverton; northwesterly up said river to Diversion Dam and the southern boundary of the Riverton Reclamation Unit boundary.

Area 160. Beaver Creek. Beginning where U.S. Highway 287 intersects the south boundary of the Wind River Reservation; easterly along said boundary to Wyoming Highway 135; southerly along said highway to U.S. Highway 287; northwesterly along said highway to the south boundary of the Wind River Reservation.

Area 163. Middle Fork. Beginning at the junction of the Barnum Mountain Road and the Outlaw Cave Access Road west of the town of Barnum; southerly along the Outlaw Cave Access Road to the Middle Fork of the Powder River; easterly down said river to Buffalo Creek; southerly down said creek to the 33 Mile Road (Natrona County Road 110); northwesterly along said road to the Hazelton Road (Washakie County Road 81); northerly along said road to the Barnum Mountain Road; easterly along said road to the Outlaw Cave Access Road.

Area 164. Nowater. Beginning at the junction of U.S. Highway 16 and Bluebank Road

(B.L.M. Road 1411); southerly along said road to the Nowater Stock Drive Road; westerly along said road to the Mud Creek Road; southerly along said road to the divide between Nowater Creek and Kirby Creek; westerly along said divide to the head of Walter’s Draw; westerly down said draw to the Bighorn River; northerly down said river to Tie Down Gulch; northwesterly up said gulch to U.S. Highway 20; northeasterly along said highway to U.S. Highway 16; easterly along said highway to the Bluebank Road.

Area 165. YU Bench. Beginning at the junction of Wyoming Highway 120 and U.S.

Highway 14-16-20; easterly along said highway to the Park-Big Horn County line; southerly along said line to the Lower Greybull Road (Park County Road 3LE); southwesterly along said road to Park County Road 3XQ; southerly and easterly along said road to Big Horn County Lane 40-1/2; northeasterly along said road to the Fenton Pass Road (B.L.M. Road 1222); southerly along said road to the divide between the Greybull River and Fifteen Mile Creek; southwesterly along said divide to Wyoming Highway 120; northwesterly along said highway to U. S. Highway 14-16-20.

Area 168. Medicine Butte. Beginning where Interstate Highway 80 crosses the Wyoming-Utah state line; northerly along said line to Wyoming Highway 89; southeasterly along said highway to its junction with Uinta County Road 103; northerly along said road to the Whitney Canyon Road; easterly along said road to the Amoco Sulfur Haul Road; easterly then northerly along said road to Muddy Creek; easterly down said creek to U.S. Highway 189; northerly along said highway to Wyoming Highway 412; southeasterly along said highway to Interstate Highway 80; westerly along said highway to the Wyoming-Utah state line.

Area 169. Tisdale Mountain. Beginning where Interstate Highway 25 crosses the South Fork of the Powder River; southeasterly along said highway to the Midwest interchange and the Smoky Gap Road (Natrona County Road 115); westerly along said road to the Dead Horse Road (Natrona County Road 114); southwesterly along said road to the Wild Horse Trail Road (Natrona County Road 113); westerly along said road to the 33 Mile Road (Natrona County Road 110); northwesterly along said road to the Willow Creek Road (Natrona County Road 111); northeasterly along said road to the Lone Bear Road (Natrona County Road 112); southerly along said road to Willow Creek; northwesterly down said creek to the South Fork of the Powder River; northerly down said river to Interstate 25.

Area 171. Crowheart Butte. All non-Indian owned fee title lands within the exterior boundaries of the Wind River Reservation; excluding Deer Hunt Area 157, those areas of the Spence and Moriarity Wildlife Management Area that lie east of the East Fork of the Wind River, and those lands within Hot Springs County.

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