Antelope hunting will be a challenge this year according to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials. Even though fawn production has somewhat bounced back from the multiple harsh winter weather, they have only grown back to average levels. They are basically still in recovery mode, especially in eastern and north central Montana. So accept the challenge Montanans and hunt better than you have ever hunted.
Conquer the challenge and get out there with your bows before October 5th and clean your rifles for the general rifle season starting October 6th and ending Novemeber 11th.
Here FWP – News Release Regional Rundown:
Region 2—Western Montana
Region 3—Southwestern Montana
Region 4—Central Montana
Regions 5 — South Central Montana
Region 6—Northeastern Montana
Region 7—Southeastern Montana
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