The first Montana wolf archery kill of the 2013 season was harvested at 3pm on September 7th. There were seven wolves total, and the female that Montana resident hunter James Newell shot was approximately 110 pounds.
Newell reported to Montana Wolf Hunting, “I took the first opportunity at 50 yards, and she quickly expired after the first shot. This was completely fair chase, DIY archery.”
Newell said the wolves were hanging out around two dead bulls that were in the area.
(Information and photo courtesy of James Newell via Montana Wolf Hunting)
Venison Meatloaf Recipe [VIDEO]
MAGNUM STILL ON POINT!!!
By Montana Grant
IS YOUR TREE WELL HUNG?
Christmas Puppy Update (with Colonel Smoothbore)
Avalance warning issued for Swan Range
By Moosetrack Megan
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports for 12/7/19
By Kamp Cook
General Season Re-Cap – Listen to Last Weeks Show 12/7/19
TARGET YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST!!!
Chronic wasting disease sampling results continue to come in
Moose Not Used to Pavement [VIDEO]
104 Year-old bags first buck during first hunt!
Bear Found Relaxing like Human on Couch
Wolverine Hunting Deer in Montana
HYALITE GRAND SLAM!!!
Tune into the Season Finale of Hunters’ Breakfast
Draft Environmental Assessment Published for Flathead Lake State Park Permanent Easement Acquisition
Timber Project Underway Near Hungry Horse Reservoir Changes Winter Access to East Side Reservoir Road 38
R3: 2019 general hunting season wraps up in southwest Montana
Antis File Lawsuit Claiming Government Illegally Killing MT Wildlife
Central to Eastern MT Fishing Report 12.4.19
FOREST SERVICE WANTS INJUNCTION TO CUT BOZEMAN TIMBER!!!
Brett French Presents: Whatever Happened to…
Reward offered in unusual number of spotlighting cases