Regular listeners to the Montana Outdoor Radio Show are familiar with Trevor Johnson’s incredible story of tracking down a mountain lion without dogs. Nobody can tell a story like Trevor. But he was kind enough to relate the outing to me for a story in this week’s Billings Gazette. In addition, Trevor provided some details on the incredible bull elk he shot and the first black bear he has taken with a bow. We should all be so lucky to spend as much time hunting as Trevor did this past season – he missed only about four days of the archery season. It just goes to show that if you really want to score a trophy, or two, you’ve got to be willing to put in some time.
To read the stories, log on to The Billings Gazette http://bgz.tt/sojsv.
Low flows trigger fishing closure on portion of Big Hole River
Gallatin River to close temporarily near Nixon Bridge
Mountain lion encounter [VIDEO]
Missoula hunter bags bull elk
Rutting buck interrupts coyote hunt [VIDEO]
NW Montana Fishing Report by Snappy’s Sport Senter 9.21.20
Fish consumption advisory issued for Piedmont Pond
By Moosetrack Megan
Youth Waterfowl and Pheasant Weekend approaches
FWP looking for info on black bear killed and dumped in Bitterroot
Father and Son bonding results in deer and elk tagged!
Montana hunter stalks mule deer up to 3 feet [VIDEO]
Fire burning near Troy 37 percent contained
Crazy Creek Campground open, with no services due to bad water sample
Blue Mountain Recreation Area to be temporarily closed one day this week for noxious weed treatment
USFWS proposes 100,000 acre conservation area in Flathead/Lincoln counties
Bighorn sheep season to close in HD 500
Wolf season to close in WMU 313
2020 Fall Mack Days Update: Week 2
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 9.21.20
MORS can give you MORE hunting and fishing info!
Rain helps firefighters working 1,200 acre wildfire burning near Troy
Rotary Club of Kootenai Valley hosts kids fishing day!
Authorities investigating vandalism in Pattee Canyon
GRIZZLY PLAN PROPOSED!!!
By Montana Grant