So…you got a river otter… Now what? Well, of course, you skin it, flesh the hide…but the carcass remains. You could grind it up and use it to make your own bait…or YOU could cook it up and eat it! Keep in mind that otter trapping season is closed in Districts 1, 2 and 5, so make sure you check the quotas (click here) before you go after them.
Would you give this recipe from tradgang.com a try?
If you do try it, take a picture of your meal before you eat it and post it on the Montana Outdoor Radio Show Facebook page!
Hunter’s Breakfast LIVE this morning from Paradise Falls!
FWP sets special archery deer hunt at Roundup
Watercraft in Montana still need to be inspected
Very Pregnant MT Archery Hunter Bags Awesome Bull!
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 9.19.18
DO YOU TAKE THIS…
By Montana Grant
BEAR WITH ME!!!
Spring Grizzly Bear Shooting Still Being Investigated
Fire restrictions lifted at FWP sites in Treasure County
Youth only pheasant, waterfowl hunt to open
Tourist Walks on Old Faithful at YNP [VID]
Hunting Emotion [VIDEO]
Bigfork Fishing Report by Bigfork Anglers 9.17.18
Tree Maintenance Planned for Marshall Cove Campground – September 18-30, 2018
By Moosetrack Megan
Plans for National Public Lands day? We’ve got ideas
West Side of Going-to-the-Sun Reopens to Private Vehicles
Missouri River Fishing Report by Headhunters Fly Shop 9.17.18
Semi-Auto Rifles (with Colonel Smoothbore)
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 9.17.18
Record-tying bighorn sheep (by Brett French)
Hebgen Lake Fishing Report by Kirkwood Resort & Marina 9.17.18
Great Bull Down by Billings Bowhunter!
FISH WITH AN ATTITUDE!!!
GAME BIRDS IN BACON!!!