This is something not many people will ever see or much less have the opportunity to do in their lifetime. How about this hunter? He shot two wolves with one shot. How is that for a rush?
Also, it is interesting that these wolves are no different than the wolves that now consider Montana home, as the canines down here came from Canada, too. Although, there were no wolves actually placed in Montana specifically, it is a given that they would end up over here from Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho after being released in those locations back in 95-96. Thank you to those who are helping to manage these apex predators! Everything you do is greatly appreciated!
Fort Peck Foleys – Listen to Last Weeks Show 5/30/20
By Kamp Cook
Montana Fishing Reports for 5/30/20
Decision notice issued for future of Elbow Lake Dam on the Clearwater River
Couple tags two black bears within two weeks!
Join the Captain in Catchin the Big Ones TODAY!
2020 Spring Mack Days Extended
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Central to Eastern MT Fishing Report 5.27.20
WHAT A CROC!!!
By Montana Grant
Brett French Presents: Getting out of a sticky situation
Kid catches first fish and freaks out [VIDEO]
Fish and Wildlife Commission to meet May 28
Hunting Snakes in Montana [VIDEO]
Glacier National Park’s reopening plan
By Moosetrack Megan
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Yellowstone Visitation on Memorial Day Weekend 2020
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Nice Fort Peck Walleye!
Voyager’s Rest FAS traffic restricted because of flooding
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