My favorite calibers to shoot are my beloved .280 and the .308. I love my .280 for deer, elk, bears, wolves and coyotes. I would like to find the time to get out and try some long-range shooting someday, as that seems like it could be a blast, and I have only shot a .338 one time. My friend refers to it as a “loud ‘n boomer”. I must say that is an appropriate nickname, too.
If you’re trying to figure out what caliber to purchase while chasing a certain type of critter, here’s a poster from hunter-ed.com that can help you decide:
What boat owners should know about AIS
Brett French Presents: They call the river Marias
MADISON RIVER REPORT!!!
By Montana Grant
Central to Eastern MT Fishing Report 6.3.20
Inspectors find more boats transporting invasive species into Montana
Inspection reminder for recreational and tournament boat owners
After two grizzly bears recently killed, important to review bear safety, ID tips
White-nose syndrome kills North Dakota bats near Montana border
Grizzly bear euthanized near Fortine after accessing food attractants
Still time to sign up for Pikemasters Tourney at Fort Peck!
Rock Creek Walleye Tourney is a Go!
Fort Peck Fishing Success!
Scuba Diving Fort Peck Sturgeon [VIDEO]
MONTANA BAD ASS!!!
FWP to open offices, visitor centers to customers June 3
Upper Hyalite Road Opening June 1, Expect Delays, Construction Continues thru Summer
By Moosetrack Megan
Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest finalizes analysis for new Land Management Plan
Free personal use firewood gathering continues in 2020, but permit now required
Flathead Forest cabin/campground fees raised
Flooding restricts traffic at south central Montana fishing access sites
Big Pike Caught at Fort Peck
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 6.1.20
Flathead Lake Fishing [VIDEO]