Wyoming does a great job providing public access to private lands through several programs. To an out-of-state hunter these programs are of huge benefit and truly make a big positive difference in the overall hunting experience. I support fee increases needed to continue to make Wyoming a great hunting destination. But fee increases of ~50% for non-resident deer and antelope seem a bit steep.
I haven't been too engaged in Wyoming's discussion (and it may be too late to engage now) but certainly other options are available to help increase revenues without putting so much emphasis on the non-residents.
In all fairness to Wyoming's Fish and Game department, I would support a fee increase to continue the current level of hunting and access. BUT, please find creative ways to increase revenues without sticking it to the non-residents.