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
A Montana Family Antelope Hunt [VIDEO]
Application period opens for WHIP grants
R5: Nice weather limits hunting harvest in season opener
R4: Nice weather on Front leads to below average hunter and elk numbers
R2: Slow Start to Hunting Season in West-Central Montana
Young Hunter Bags First Deer!
Mary Arnold Bagged a Lope and a Muley!
Youth Downs a Nice Muley
Colonel’s Grandson Tags First Elk
All Areas of Montana Benefit from $3.24 Billion in Nonresident Travel Spending
By Moosetrack Megan
Study says forestry industry is not growing in Montana
BEAR ATTACK BITES!!!
By Montana Grant
LEAVE ME ALONE!!!
Lee-Enfield Rifle Family (by Colonel Smoothbore)
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports 10/20/18
By Kamp Cook
Opening Day in Montana – Listen to Last Weeks Show 10/20/18
The Smile Says It All!
Youth Hunter Tags First Buck During First Day of First Hunt
Youth Hunter All Smiles
Nice Lope Taken North of Laurel!
September visitation increases in Yellowstone
Nothing is “overcast”about today except for a drink–Tune into Hunters’ Breakfast!