Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports 11/15/14
By Kamp Cook
Looking like we got another chilly weekend across the state. That means the hunting should be heating up, but the fishing has cooled off. Find out the latest hunting and fishing reports from around the Treasure State, from the latest episode of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show.
November 15th Summaries
-Bill Brown at Bob Wards says pheasant hunting has been great is areas. Hunting in the Bitterroot has been doing really well
-Brett French Outdoor editor of the Billings Gazette says falling temperatures can be a double edged sword for hunters, and then also previews his weekly article at Montanaoutdoor.com.
-Chancy at Snappy’s says he is excited for ice fishing.
-Cindy Benson of Fall Mack Days says the participation building up to the week end was good but the results were slow with 117 fish turned in on Friday. Sunday 16th is the final day of The Fall Mack Days. For more info go to www.mackdays.com
-Craig Boddington Lifetime Hunter Journalist Adventurer was a special guest on the show, sharing some of his more favorite hunts both in Montana and abroad.
-John Harris from Lakeside Resort in Trout Creek says deer and elk season are still going on with a little bit of slow fishing.
-Leonard from Roberts Bait and Tackle says there’s ice fishing going on at Fresno in the bay, and details other area ice fishing opportunities as well.
-Mary Beth Kibler of Kibler Outfitting says there are some really nice buck harvest going on, and they have seen great success this season. To book a Hunting trip next season call Kibler Outfitting at 406-557-2503.
-Ron Aashiem reminds us of licensing season openings. To get more information go online to www.fwp.mt.gov.
-Ryan from Bob Wards says in Bozeman the colder weather has helped area hunters, but not necessarily the fisherman. In Butte for the next few weeks brown trout will be prime in SW Montana. In Helena, the cold weather had the big game moving and sounding off
-Sharon from the Silo’s RV says there is ice in areas of Canyon Ferry Reservoir. For more info call 406-266-3100.
-Tammy from Northwest Sports in Eureka says the cold and snow has been helping area big game hunting.