Jason Maxwell, of Missoula, was hunting in the Bitterroot valley and came across some ravens making some noise. He ended up smelling something foul and discovered a dead moo cow that had obviously been there for quite some time. Continuing on his way, Maxwell began thinking about how rancid the odor he smelled was and how old the moo cow carcass was. He realized there was no way that smell came from something that had been there for that long. And then some magpies flew out from the trees just below him. He couldn’t believe what he found. A bull that appeared to have been dead for at least a month, appeared to almost be wrapped around a tree. There were no arrows, nor did there appear to be any bullet holes, so the bull was assumed to have been taken down by predators.
Have you ever seen a bull like this during your outdoor adventures, and, if you have, would you keep it and mount it?
Whitefish Bite is picking up on Flathead Lake
Catchin the Big Ones with Wet Flies? Yes!
Lewis and Clark State Park adjust hours
By Moosetrack Megan
Bat Week is Coming!
Search for Columbia Falls man continues
Antelope Drawing Results are In!
How to make wax dirt [VIDEO]
Brett French Presents: Revival of a Classic
BEAT THE HEAT!!!
By Montana Grant
HYALITE LAKE TOXIC!!!
Central to Eastern MT Fishing Report 8.5.20
FWP seeks public comment on proposed fishing dock project at Black Sandy State Park
Fishing restrictions enacted for several rivers due to warm temps
Fish and Wildlife Commission to hear petitions regarding River Recreation on the Madison River at Aug. 13 meeting
Snagging Paddlefish in the Missouri River [VIDEO]
REMINDER: Fish and Wildlife Commission to meet August 13
Bird Island closed to public, FWP will not suppress wildfire there
Baldy Mountain Fire Closure Order Enacted
Upland Game Bird Enhancement Program Projects Access Guide available online starting Aug. 10
Block Management Program information available starting Aug.10
Antelope drawing set for Aug. 6; no 900-20 archery surplus tags will be available
Small dams in small creeks can have big consequences
2020 Montana boat validation decals required
FWP bans fires at Wheatland County properties