Although Montana anglers love their brown trout because they grow big and smash lures and flies, fact is they are an invasive species. First transplanted to Montana in 1889, brown trout now occupy most of the major rivers in Montana. More capable of surviving in warmer waters, brown trout have thrived and are crowding out natives like westslope and Yellowstone cutthroat trout. To find out more about this popular species and its effect as an invasive species, check out my story 0n MontanaUntamed.com at http://montanauntamed.com/fishing/article_94a7f190-6aa5-528d-8090-3477786935ad.html
(written by Brett French – Outdoors Editor for the Billings Gazette/Montana Untamed)
The bears are out!
By Moosetrack Megan
UNWANTED FISHING GUESTS !!!
By Montana Grant
DRIFTED BOAT !!!
Tack Driver Loads (with Colonel Smoothbore)
Celebrate the buffalo
Search for the leprechaun
“Irish” I Was Fishing – Listen to Last Weeks Show 3/16/19
By Kamp Cook
Montana Fishing Reports For 3/16/19
Plenty Of Great Ice and Hungry Fish on Fresno
WHY is FISHING BETTER THAN SEX?
HOOKIN UP #1 !!!
Trapper Ed Class Set for April 6 in Missoula
Bozeman/Butte Recreation Report by Bob Ward’s Sports & Outdoors 3.14.19
Helena Recreation Report by Bob Ward’s Sports & Outdoors 3.14.19
F&G receives federal steelhead permit and fishing continues
No Snow Geese Yet at Freezout Wildlife Management Area
FWP Proposes Amendments to Recreation use Rules on the Bitterroot River; Hearing March 19 in Hamilton
Virtual fence to be tested on cattle (by Brett French)
Catching the Big Ones is BACK!
SCRATCH THAT ITCH !!!
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 3.13.19
Wildlife being Wildlife [VIDEO]
OHV Grant Award Comment period