Tune into Hunters’ Breakfast with the Captain for the latest in fishing and hunting reports for Western and Central Montana this Friday morning from 8-9am on KGVO 1290am/93.3fm in Missoula. You may also listen to the recorded version every week on Saturday from the Audio Reports on montanaoutdoor.com. The show is broadcast live from Paradise Falls on the” Banks of Brooks” in Missoula, with Neal Cote from Bob Ward’s Sports & Outdoors Missoula and Brad at H and H Meats with the latest hunting success stories. Teresa Mondale from United Country Real Estate will test your knowledge with trivia. Bob Culp will have information on Helena Reservoirs along with Ryan Corwin from Bob Wards Helena, and Don Beardsley will give a Georgetown Lake report and the Desk from Downrigger Dale to keep you updated on FWP happenings.
Plus, enjoy KrisCo Liquor Sportsman recipe of the week:
In a glass with ice add vodka; top with orange juice.
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‘Weed free’ certification now required for forage and mulch products
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Yellowstone launches pilot shuttle initiative
MTSFW Booth at Sportsman’s Warehouse Cancelled.
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Fish and Wildlife Commission Meeting LiveStream
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I am a Montana trapper
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