When a place is named Hellroaring, there’s a reason. That’s the case with the Hellroaring Plateau south of Red Lodge. The high-altitude upland sees strong winds, quick-moving thunderstorms, and has the possibility of snow any month of the summer. The basin below the plateau is attractive, however, because it’s filled with lakes that contain hungry trout. Granted, none of them grow very big in the short season, but it’s a spectacular place to catch fish in the mountains if you can reach it. To find out more about this spot in the Beartooth Mountains, check out my story at https://billingsgazette.com/outdoors/.
Missouri River Wednesday Blast
HOOVER HORNETS !!!
By Montana Grant
BASS BE GONE!!!
Central to Eastern Montana Fishing Report 10.28.2020
Six cited after hunters fire into elk herd in Meagher County
FWP collects 352 samples to test for CWD during opening weekend
R4: Winter on Front Leads to Fewer Hunters
Yellowstone River Fishing Report by Fins and Feathers 10.26.20
Pheasants dumped in river near Sidney, with meat wasted
Missouri River Fishing Tuesday
Are you a cyclist? This group wants you to pedal and collect data on Montana roadkill!
By Moosetrack Megan
Reclamation selects Brian Hollis as Deputy Regional Director for the Missouri Basin & Arkansas-Rio Grande-Texas Gulf Region
First Buck Down for this Hunter!
Bear follows boy too close for comfort [VIDEO]
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Upper Salmon River Weekly Steelhead Report 10.26.20
14 year-old tags doe and buck within 24 hours!
Two tags notched for this Montana hunter!
2020 Fall Mack Days Update – Week 7
Susan Gianforte tags antelope
Lewistown Family Had a Great Opening Saturday
Oh my–what a muley!
Why is everyone happy for Jack?