Just a reminder to resident Montana sportsmen interested in hunting and/or trapping bobcats this year–you MUST purchase a trapping license by the end of the day today, November 30th. Bobcat harvesting is available ONLY to Montana resident sportsmen. Without a Montana trapping license purchased on or before November 30th, you will not be able to hunt or trap bobcats for the 2015-2016 season, which opens on December 1st and closes February 15th for Districts 1, 2 and 3 and on March 1st for Districts 4, 5, 6 and 7. Note that there are quotas for each District, so the season will end when the quota is filled even if it is prior to season end dates.
For more information on bobcat hunting and trapping in Montana, click here.
(Feature photo via Wikipedia.org)
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