Wyoming Game and Fish welcomes game warden to Casper Region
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department welcomes new East Casper Game Warden Jake Kettley to the Casper Region. Kettley replaces Cody Bish who recently transferred to Kaycee.
As the East Casper Game Warden, Kettley’s duties include working with hunters and anglers, law enforcement, wildlife management, education, working with landowners and much more. The East Casper Game Warden district stretches from Midwest to Muddy Mountain and includes Casper Mountain and Bates Hole. This warden district works closely with the new West Casper Game Warden Adam Parks.
Originally from northeast Wyoming, Kettley received a bachelor’s degree in fisheries and wildlife from the University of Wyoming and also attended Casper College. While working for Game and Fish he has been stationed in many places across the state like Green River, Pinedale, Alpine, Medicine Bow and is now back in Casper.
“I am excited to be back in Casper to be closer to family and enjoy the great outdoors so close to the big city,” said Kettley. “My district is a great mix of habitats that make everyday a new experience.”