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!
Just a Blayne ol Bull!
Replace faded licenses and avoid attaching carcass tags directly to meat
MCSO Detective shares photo of great catch
By Moosetrack Megan
Montana bowhunters help moose escape from mud
By Montana Grant
PICK IT UP!!!
Fall Has Arrived – Listen to Last Weeks Show 9/21/19
By Kamp Cook
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports for 9/21/19
PRESENTATION IS KEY!!!
Fall prescribed burns planned on the Lolo National Forest to reduce fuels and improve wildlife habitat
Lincoln Resource Advisory Committee Seeks Project Proposals from Public
Road and Culvert Work on Cold Lakes Road will Impact Access to Cold Lakes Trailhead
Golden Eagle Release in Slo-Mo [VIDEO]
Youth Waterfowl and Pheasant Weekend approaches
Youth Deer Only Hunt at Fall Break
Try a Doll Fly while listening to Hunters’ Breakfast!
Indian Fort FAS Closure
Outdoor Report by Neal Cote with Bob Ward’s Sports & Outdoors 9.19.19
Central to Eastern MT Fishing Report 9.16.19
NW Montana Fishing Report by Snappy’s Sport Senter 9.16.19
Canoeing Yellowstone Lake, a remote waterway (by Brett French)
Montana cats find watering hole [VIDEO]