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)
Awesome Buck Down!
Momma Got Her Buck!
Mule Deer Buck Shot, Wasted Near Bynum
R4: Windy and Warm Keeps Elk, Mule Deer Numbers Below Average on Front
R2: Hunting Totals Just Ahead of Last Year with Two Weeks Left
R7: Week 3 check stations see more hunters, game
By Moosetrack Megan
FWP wardens seek information on two southwest Montana wildlife crimes
R5: Wind, mud challenge weekend hunters in south central Montana
R1: Hunter Success Picks Up in Northwest Montana
Glory Boats: Changing Your After-Life Surroundings
Tiny Montana huntress ready to take down an elk with mom
Taylor Hellroaring Project Moves Forward
Montana WILD and VA program helps veterans recover from PTSD, substance abuse
Forest Service Resource Advisory Committees Seek Projects for Grant Funding
Montana Wilderness Association Announces 11th Annual Picture Wild Montana Photo Contest
Roundup man arrested for illegally killing, wasting three bull elk
High Fives Fishing [VIDEO]
Tom’s 2019 Montana Elk Hunt [VIDEO]
Deer Tags Filled!
Pepper-Crusted Venison Beer Salami Recipe [VIDEO]
By Montana Grant
Hypocrisy in and Upside-down World (with Colonel Smoothbore)