The traditional Montana spring uniform was out this week: shorts and parka, socks with sandals. In true Montana fashion we dress for all kinds of weather. And just as we prepared for, there was a drastic extremes in weather conditions this week, everything from snow storms to sunny 70 degree weather.
We can’t predict the weather, but we can report fishing conditions. And it looks like despite the colder conditions, fishing reports have been good. See what the Captain has to say here.
Colder weather hasn’t had any impact on wildlife either; baby animals are out rain or shine. This week we highlighted the mama’s that protect them: Mama Grizzly protects her cub from wolves in Yellowstone National Park can be found here in case you missed it the first time around.
Speaking of wolves, two of them were reported to kill sheep outside of Gardiner, Montana, a story that can be found here.
One of the popular shows on A&E highlighting duck hunters had its finale this week. If you didn’t see it, here are five things you should know before you do: For Duck Dynasty finale tips click here.
Don’t forget to submit Moose, Sheep, Bison, and Goat permits this week. Deadline is Wednesday May 1. For more information on permits click here.
Be sure to listen to Montana Outdoor Radio Show each week. See what station you can listen on here. You just may win a prize like our trivia winners Dale Sheldon of Conrad and Kent Morgan of Big Timber, Montana! A Pelican flashlight was won by Kevin Kennaugh of Poplar, Montana and Bud Anderberg of Columbia Falls won a Montana Club gift card. You just never know what you could win by listening to Montana Outdoor Radio Show. Be sure to tune in for your chance to win, for local network listings click here.