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)
Lightning Strikes on Water Compilation [VIDEO]
STIRRING THE TURD !!!
By Montana Grant
In the NICS of Time (with Colonel Smoothbore)
Record-breaking 2019 Montana Governor’s Cup Walleye Tournament results!
By Moosetrack Megan
Mid Summer Meltdown – Listen to Last Weeks Show
By Kamp Cook
Montana Fishing Reports for 7/13/19
QUAKE LAKE !!!
BE THE EXAMPLE !!!
2019 Governors Cup Walleye Tournament – Day 1 Standings
Pavement Preservation Makes Progress at Glacier National Park
Search Continues for Missing Person in Glacier National Park
Black bear euthanized after conflicts with humans and livestock in Bozeman
Toll Mountain Campground closed due to beaver dam
Grey Bear Fishing Access to close for road repair
Bitterroot River Rescue and Warning
MT Walleye Gov Cup is HERE!
Fort Peck Reservoir Chinook salmon egg collection and stocking looks promising
Visitation statistics for June 2019
Enjoy Guided Hikes of Wild Horse Island
Lake Trout Fishing on Fort Peck!
Venison Taco Breadsticks??! YES, PLEASE!
July 18 Cooke City event to celebrate ecological restoration of Soda Butte Creek
Young angler gets into walleye at Fort Peck
Power Outage Cause due to Electrocuted Bobcat