Santa didn’t leave an elk for me under the Christmas tree. That’s probably OK, though. Having an elk in the house would be pretty messy unless it was in 1 pound frozen packages of freezer wrap. I tried to find one last weekend in the White Sulphur Springs area, and although we saw a small group of cows, they bolted before we could put the sneak on them. We weren’t the only out-of-town folks to visit the community. I saw plates from Washington as well as Wolf Point. The season runs until Feb. 15 for those still hankering to fill an unused elk tag. Just be prepared for a tough hunt. Afterward, I suggest a soak in the town’s hot springs to relieve your aching joints and a burger at the Bar 47 just down the street. To read more about my trip, read the stories online at The Billings Gazette.http://bgz.tt/qbago
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 10.15.19
Meat in the Freezer–Doe Style!
Husband and Wife Tag Antelopes!
MORS Listener Bags a Nice Moose!
Bird hunters need to be bear aware
Things are not always what they seem…
2019 Fall Mack Days Update – Week 4
Eerie Yellowstone Wolf Caught on Camera [VIDEO]
Montana Antelope Opener
Quick Access Non-resident OHV permit cost increases, more money to trails grant program
14-year-old brings down antelope!
By Moosetrack Megan
RECAP: Technology and the Ethical Dilemma (by Colonel Smoothbore)
MAGNUM CONTINUES TO BE ON POINT!!!
By Montana Grant
Quick and Easy Moose Jerky Recipe in Honor of Chris Fish! [VIDEO]
More bulls seen in Dixon
New trail opens in Crazy Mountains
Alpine Areas of the Going-to-the-Sun Road Closed for the Season
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports for 10/12/19
By Kamp Cook
Pronghorn Opener 2019 – Listen to Last Weeks Show 10/12/19
FWP to hold CWD Public Information Sessions in Conrad and Shelby
Whom or WHAT is stealing Pumpkins?! [VIDEO]