Bill Butler has had a hankering to hunt ever since he was a youngster. Despite now being in his 70s, that zest for prey hasn’t diminished. Last year, just before his 70th birthday, he tagged the largest mule deer ever while hunting in Mexico. This fall he shot the biggest elk he’s ever killed while hunting in Wyoming. Butler has written a book about his exploits, and continues to create new ones despite suffering a stroke that left him temporarily paralyzed on one side.
To learn more about Butler’s trophies and his exploits, check out my story on Montana Untamed at http://bgz.tt/zay1a.
Congratulations, Mark O’Day!
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 9.16.19
By Montana Grant
BE A SWITCH HITTER!!!
RECAP: Col. Smoothbore Recollects the Constitution and What it Means Today
Montana Outdoor Heritage Project wants your opinions
By Moosetrack Megan
Bring on Fall – Listen to Last Weeks Show 9/14/19
By Kamp Cook
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports for 9/14/19
A FEW MORE REASONS…
Stubborn Bison Mean Drastic Measures to Move Them
Trumpeter Swans Released at Jones Lake
The Poison Chain…
Special CWD Hunt Planned for Hunting District 400
Deer hit by SUV goes after driver [VIDEO]
2020-21 Biennial Season Setting Process
Georgetown Lake Fishing Report by Blackfoot River Outfitters 9.11.19
Have a Bass with some Bass during Hunters’ Breakfast!
Outdoor Heritage Coalition Adds to FWP Reward for Elk Poaching Cases
Hunters Must Expect to See Bears
Hunter bonus points and nonresident preference points available for purchase
2019/2020 shoulder seasons have started
Big Game Hunting Seasons Refresher from MT FWP
Improving Upland Game Bird Habitat and Access