It’s been a tough season in both Idaho and Montana this year for bear hunters, mostly because everything “greened up” so quickly. Usually bears are concentrated in isolated areas where the freshest spring shoots are growing.
For you bear hunters out there who found a big boar to put your tag on either over bait in Idaho or herein Montana… congrats…For all the bear hunters out there like me who are working hard at bear hunting and coming up short here’s a few pics for motivation!
You See, it IS possible!!! Now I remember! Good Luck Hunters!
Montana Fishing Reports 7/14/18
By Kamp Cook
FORT PECK – LAKE TROUT JIGGING
TIME TO FISH!!!
By Montana Grant
YELLOWSTONE RIVER DRIFT!!!
2018 MT GOV CUP – Day 1 Standings
Efforts underway to preserve gamefish from Reser Reservoir
By Moosetrack Megan
Have walleye worn out their welcome at Lake Pend Oreille?
Whitefish resident photographs albino fawn at GNP
Chinook Fishery Update in the Upper Salmon River 7.12.18
The amazing paddlefish flush (by Brett French)
How Are YOU Catchin the Big Ones?
Hayden Fire is First Wildfire of the Season at YNP
MT Governor’s Cup Prediction vs. Past Results
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 7.12.18
Mount Washburn trail in YNP closes 7.12.18
RAYNOLDS PASS REPORT!!!
Kayaking, Lure-Making and Open Fishing at Spotted Eagle July 18-19
200 Teams Gearing Up For 2018 MT GOV CUP on Fort Peck
Joint Efforts Restore Whitebark Pine
MEAT: It’s what should be for dinner–4 Ingredient Bacon-Wrapped Venison Recipe
Hensler Named FWP Region 1 Fisheries Manager
Emergency Closures in some of Grand Teton Nat’l Park
Five Tips for July Dry Fly Success on the Mo from Headhunters Fly Shop