“Today, the lake elevation is 2236.2 and ice-covered with recent reports of over 24 inches of ice near Haxby Point. Snowpack for reach above Fort Peck is 127% of average and right now is tracking similar to snowpack conditions of 2011. On the forecast sheet, you can see that under Basic (average precip) conditions we will peak at approximately 2243.3 in June-July time frame and under Upper Basic (above average precip) we will peak out at approximately 2246.
I don’t believe this forecast includes any of the snow that fell in the Lewistown area and Musselshell drainage this past weekend.
FYI, our Reservoir Control Group will be in Fort Peck on April 19 to present the Annual Operating Plan for the Missouri River for 2018. This public meeting will be at the Fish Hatchery at 10:00 AM.“
Youth Downs a Nice Muley
Colonel’s Grandson Tags First Elk
All Areas of Montana Benefit from $3.24 Billion in Nonresident Travel Spending
By Moosetrack Megan
Study says forestry industry is not growing in Montana
BEAR ATTACK BITES!!!
By Montana Grant
LEAVE ME ALONE!!!
Lee-Enfield Rifle Family (by Colonel Smoothbore)
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports 10/20/18
By Kamp Cook
Opening Day in Montana – Listen to Last Weeks Show 10/20/18
The Smile Says It All!
Youth Hunter Tags First Buck During First Day of First Hunt
Youth Hunter All Smiles
Nice Lope Taken North of Laurel!
September visitation increases in Yellowstone
Nothing is “overcast”about today except for a drink–Tune into Hunters’ Breakfast!
Updated Hunters’ Checklist from the Captain
2018 Captain’s Updated and Revised Vehicle Checklist
Huge Idaho Buck Taken!
Grizzly Bear Captured in Garage Near Valier (via GFT)
How do you count mountain lions? (by Brett French)
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 10.17.18
LOPE A YOTE!!!