So far, wolf hunters have managed to tag 86 wolves–that is impressive!!! These animals are not easy to find, much less tag…although their sign is everywhere. Rock on, hunters! Please note the WMU closures, and note that Montana’s wolf trapping season opens on December 15th for trappers that have completed the Montana or Idaho Wolf Trapping Certification Class. Please don’t try to trap without knowing how to trap. There are trappers in the Montana Trappers Association that you can contact for more information, should you be interested in a trapping mentor. Visit www.MontanaTrappers.org.
Thank you to those wolfers! (chart and info via MT FWP)
Bozeman/Butte Recreation Report by Bob Ward’s Sports & Outdoors 2.15.19
Helena Recreation Report by Bob Ward’s Sports & Outdoors 2.15.19
Big Free Seminar is tomorrow at Bretz/Missoula!
Male mountain lion hunting to close in district 109
A First-Person Account of a Grizzly Mauling (by Brett French)
Canada Lynx Footage…because they’re cool [VIDEO]
By Montana Grant
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 2.13.19
FWP announces hunter education class in Butte
Wolf Vs. Man
Man fined for shooting wolf in national park
By Moosetrack Megan
Yellowstone recruiting for 2019 Youth Conservation Corps program
Yellowstone Park documents third busiest year recorded
Kit’s Tackle coming to Bretz Missoula for Free Seminar this Saturday
The Snow Roller Phenomenon Appears in Idaho..
Elk shoulder seasons to end Feb. 15
Ice Fishing for Burbot in STYLE [VIDEO]
Field Day Set in Great Falls for Adult Online Hunter Ed. Students
FYI – Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report Unavailable
Kit and Trevor from Kit’s Tackle come to Bretz for free seminar
2019 Mule Deer Foundation Events
Giant Walleye put back on Fort Peck!