Chancy at Snappys in Kalispell says, the Ice is holding up pretty good with cold nights. Kokanee looks good on Bitterroot Lake 5-6 iches whole lake is frozen. North and South Ends in deep water for those up to about 18 inches 240 to 250 ft. Some shallower areas are doing well on smaller fish. On Lake Mary Ronan the night bite has been good on Kokanee a little smaller then last year but still a good 9-11 inches. Middle Thompson just East of the Logan State Park has had some good reports in about 50 ft of water. Chancey hit Lake Mary Ronan this past week and did well on perch in the 9-10 inch range, South end towards camp Tuff It most productive. Lower Stillwater kicking out some nice perch kinda slow, but in the 1 lbs range. Pike fishing been well around Lynch Lake. Rainbow trout fishing been a little slow in the Thompson Chain Lakes.
13 year-old tags out
Brett French presents: FWP council gets earful from landowners regarding wildlife
Fish and Wildlife Commission to meet December 10
Join us for the final Hunters’ Breakfast of the season!
Female mountain lion hunting to close in HD 392
Information sought on white-tailed deer poached near Highwood
Eleven Year-old Bags Muley Buck
Mozzerella Stuffed Wild Turkey Meatballs
Central to Eastern MT Fishing Report 12.2.2020
DEAD EYE TAGS OUT!!!
By Montana Grant
NW Montana Fishing Report by Snappy’s Sport Senter 12.2.20
ICE, ICE, BABY #3
Crockpot Venison Lasagna – SO SIMPLE
Mountain lion population monitoring planned for Clark Fork Valley west of Missoula this winter
By Moosetrack Megan
Rescued hunter airlifted to Montana hospital
Fatal hunting accident claims one life in Sapphire Mountains
Missing hunter found deceased after extensive search in Ruby Valley
Huge, old 3×2 buck
Mandatory wolf trapping class offered online
R7: More hunters, mild weather for final big game weekend
R4: Rocky Mountain Front: Elk, mule deer harvest numbers down for 2020 season
Have you seen a buck do this before?
USDA Launches AskUSDA to Improve and Streamline Customer Experience
Southern Montana and Gallatin County RACs Consider Changes to Recreation Site Fees