Many hunters have probably found themselves in Scott Bischke’s boots at one time or another. He was searching to find a sign-in box for a Block Management Area and thought there must be a better way. Luckily his wife, Katie Gibson, is a computer programmer. Realizing his problem she wrote a cellphone app that he, and now anyone else who pays $10, can use to locate a Block Management Area in Montana. The Montana Hunting Access 2016 app can be downloaded to find BMAs across the state, as well as track where the user is on the BMA without having cell tower access.
To learn more about this new app, log on to my story in the Billings Gazette at: http://bgz.tt/a6djz
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