Hunters and fishermen could be drawn to the newest number plates offered by the Wyoming Department of Transport (DOT).
A jumping Salmon and a majestic buffalo will be featured on Wyoming number plates beginning this summer.
Revenue from the plates will be used to help pay for natural resource and wildlife conservation programs across the state.
About $2.5 million in revenue is expected over the next three years from the sale of the number plates.
Wyoming now offers three natural resources plates, including one with Wyoming's state bird perched on the state flower - the blue tit and wild daffodil. Residents can also buy plates with a grouse or a partridge.
About 46,000 vehicles, or 3.1 percent of all eligible vehicles, currently sport the specialty number plates.
Greybull artist David Lee created the designs for the salmon and buffalo. He also designed the grouse and partridge number plates.
The new plates were introduced by the DOT to raise resources for conservation.
All requests for conservation themed number plates should be directed to the DOT.