Hunting

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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Montana State Legislature 2017
Nick Gevock
State legislative session continues.Wildlife bills kept MWF and our conservation partners busy last week as legislators work to pass bills before the upcoming transmittal deadline to get general bills to the other chamber of the Legislature. Read more >>
Montana Wildlife Federation, Montana 2017 Legislature
Nick Gevock
Things picked up last week at the Capitol, with a host of bills addressing hunting licenses, fishing-access-site maintenance, and hunting access to state lands. Read more >>
Montana Wildlife Federation, 2017 Legislature
Nick Gevock
Inside the 2017 Legislature.  Read more >>
2017 Legislature, Montana Wildlife Federation
Nick Gevock
Tracking wildlife- and hunting-related bills. Read more >>
MountainWorks Montana Hunting Access 2016, Montana Hunting
McCarthy, Chris
It’s happened to me a couple times: I do all the planning for a morning hunt on the dining room table and, when I head out, I leave my BMA maps behind. Now I’m stuck searching for a block management area to hunt and I'm unable to locate the sign-in box. Read more >>
Off-Limits Public Land, Inaccessible Public Land
the editors
Montana's inaccessible public land. Read more >>
Survival skills, Montana
the editors
Tips for backcountry emergencies. Read more >>
Paddleboard Fishing
England, Mike
Fishing and hunting by paddleboard. Read more >>
Mike England
Hunting by personal watercraft. Read more >>
Successful Hunting, Montana
Miller, Anne L.
Hunting grounds are hallowed places, viewed with great anticipation and anxiety over the bragging, freezer-filling, story-gathering process each fall. But to be sure your time there doesn’t turn to pure anguish, here are some tips to help you prepare.  Read more >>
Deer Hunting, Montana
Thomas, Jr., E. Donnall
The more things change, the more they stay the same. Read more >>
Randy Newberg
Lewis, Jimmy
An interview with Randy Newberg. Read more >>
Stowaway SwingAway Hitch Carrier
England, Mike
Ready your rig for a Montana safari. Read more >>
winter, waiting, Outside Bozeman, Montana
Reed, Tom
Waiting out winter. Read more >>
Jones, Andrea
Block management provides for all. Read more >>
England, Mike
Four products to enhance your hunting. Read more >>
Hunting Advice, Bozeman, Montana
the Editors
Advice for the fall season.Everyone needs advice, and each issue we encourage readers to send in their questions, to be answered by an outdoor enthusiast who best represents that season. This issue, two beleaguered Bozemanites ask a hunter for help.  Read more >>
Hunting, Montana, Paradise Valley, Fall
Pogge, Drew
An unlikely hunter’s respect for the season.The emotions that good hunters need to cultivate are love and service more than courage. The sentiments of the hunt then become translated into art. —James Swan Read more >>
hunting tips, Bozeman hunting, how to hunt
Dehmer, Kurt
Bozone hunting basics.Long known as a sportsman’s paradise, Bozeman is a great place to hone your hunting skills or learn this ancient art. Here's what you need to know. Read more >>
Reed, Tom
Alive, the grizzly is a symbol of freedom and understanding—a sign that man can learn to conserve what is left of the earth. Extinct, it will be another fading testimony to things man should have learned more about but was too preoccupied with himself to notice. Read more >>
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