Big game, waterfowl, upland birds, varmints, southwest Montana's got it all. ("Git yer elk?" is the most common question asked in October and November.) Healthy, abundant wildlife populations mean long, successful seasons. Find more info at the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks web page.
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- Jones, AndreaMontana FWP explains the delisting.“We didn’t work on this for over 30 years to see the bear disappear.” Read more >>
- Dehmer, KurtSure, any joker can lay down a pile of bucks to harvest a giant bull on the Flyin’ D, and there are more than enough “grip and grin” shows on cable outdoor channels. However, in Montana, one of the most sought-after game critters of the spring season happens to be the lowly gopher. Read more >>Dehmer, KurtAs pursuits go there is nothing that turns the proverbial crank quite like a hunt. But alas, spring is not usually considered the season for such things. Although this may be the case, and aside from the hibernation-thinned bruin, nothing considered big game is in season. Read more >>
- Frost, MickThe coming of the hunt.Dusk comes earlier these days, the red sun casting long shadows across the valley. Dawn is a late riser; her timid light overtakes the darkness at a later hour each day. Read more >>Slepian, MaggieWhile the shrink-it-and-pink-it philosophy still exists with women’s bows, there are finally women-specific models that are just as badass as the men’s. I outgrew my beginner bow this year, and tested out the Spirit—the first women’s bow from Elite Archery. Read more >>
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