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)
Nelson Reservoir has some BIG crappies
Fall fishing is best!
All mountain lion hunting to close in HD’s 321, 332 & 334
Flathead National Forest announces new Avalanche Center Director
By Moosetrack Megan
Watch out for hazard trees
Brett French presents: Wounded grizzly still wandering Taylor Fork
Get everything hunting and fishing on Hunters’ Breakfast TODAY!
SUPER simple elk meatball recipe
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 9.23.20
By Montana Grant
Montana Permit Information
Low flows trigger fishing closure on portion of Big Hole River
Gallatin River to close temporarily near Nixon Bridge
Mountain lion encounter [VIDEO]
Missoula hunter bags bull elk
Rutting buck interrupts coyote hunt [VIDEO]
NW Montana Fishing Report by Snappy’s Sport Senter 9.21.20
Fish consumption advisory issued for Piedmont Pond
Youth Waterfowl and Pheasant Weekend approaches
FWP looking for info on black bear killed and dumped in Bitterroot
Father and Son bonding results in deer and elk tagged!
Montana hunter stalks mule deer up to 3 feet [VIDEO]
Fire burning near Troy 37 percent contained