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August 6, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announces adjusted hours of operation and cavern tours at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, beginning Aug. 20, as the season begins to wind down. As of Aug. 20, the visitor centers will be open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day, with Paradise Tours every hour from 9:15 a.m.... View Article


August 6, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announces the full schedule for Bat Week at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park for the week of Aug. 8-15. Join us for this exciting annual event celebrating our favorite winged friends with nightly programs in the campground. Saturday, Aug. 8 Bat Talk: Bat Threats with Julia Smit 8 – 9... View Article


August 6, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
The search for Barry J. Tragen, a 68-year-old Columbia Falls resident, continues this week in Glacier National Park. On August 4, a pair of sunglasses were found in Kintla Creek in the North Fork area of the park. It is likely the sunglasses may belong to Tragen. Canine search units were brought in to search... View Article


August 4, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Great Fishing in Montana
Kalispell, MT — Bird Island on Flathead Lake near Finley Point is closed to public access due to wildfire danger. A wildfire is actively burning on the island, creating unsafe fire conditions and hazardous trees. These safety concerns pose threats to public safety, and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks implemented an emergency closure effective immediately... View Article


August 4, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Ennis, MT August 4, 2020 -. Officials for the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest issued an Area Closure to protect public safety due to the Old Baldy Fire which started Saturday, August 1. The cause of the fire was lightning. The forest order and map of the closure area are posted on the website, https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/bdnf/alerts-notices. The order is... View Article


August 4, 2020 by angelamontana
Hunters can get their 2020 Block Management Area (BMA) Hunting Access Guide, individual BMA map and rules information beginning Aug. 10. Hunters are strongly encouraged to request their 2020 BMA Hunting Access Guide and individual BMA maps and rules via mail, email, phone or by completing the online Access Guide request form and downloading or... View Article


August 3, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Bozeman, MT — A grizzly bear was euthanized after a recent cattle depredation in south Park County.   The adult male bear was captured shortly after it killed a cow on private land on Wednesday. In consultation with federal partners at the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Wildlife Services, the decision was made to... View Article


August 1, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
As Montanans and visitors head to local ponds, lakes and reservoirs for late summer fun, public health officials urge citizens to know the health risks of Harmful Agal Blooms, or “HABs”. HABs are caused by blue-green algae that are native to Montana’s freshwater lakes and reservoirs. Not all varieties of blue-green algae are harmful, but... View Article


July 28, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
SEELEY LAKE, Mont. – The Lolo National Forest Supervisor has signed the Record of Decision for the Center Horse Project Environmental Impact Statement (EIS). The Center Horse project includes restoration activities and road treatments to improve water quality, restore or enhance fish and wildlife habitat, and conserve and improve soil resources. The project will also... View Article


July 28, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Employee Surveillance Testing   In partnership with the states of Montana and Wyoming and surrounding counties, over 1,000 COVID-19 tests have been conducted on Yellowstone employees over the past eight weeks. Another 455 tests were recently confirmed negative in the fifth (162 tests), sixth (244 tests), and ninth (49 tests) round of testing, bringing the... View Article


July 28, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
WEST GLACIER, Mont. [July 28, 2020] – Glacier National Park and Flathead Crimestoppers are asking the assistance of the public in providing information on multiple suspected arson fires started in the North Fork area of Glacier National Park last week. The North Fork Landowners Association is offering a reward of up to $10,000 for information leading to the... View Article


July 28, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
WEST GLACIER, Mont. [July 28, 2020] – On Monday, July 27 at 4:45 pm Glacier National Park received a report that a man had collapsed and was unresponsive on the Siyeh Pass trail, approximately one mile from the trailhead at Siyeh Bend. Glacier National Park employees responded from Going-to-the-Sun Road on foot. Other hikers, including the man’s... View Article


July 25, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Sixty-three teams are competing in the Tiber Walleye Tournament. Here are the Day 1 results: Kevin Forbes and Colter Forbes are in first place with 20.80 pounds. Gordy Matson and Tanya Matson are in second place with 14.40 pounds. Derek Headland and Cory Jones are in third place with 12.06 pounds. Kevin Corbitt and Dave... View Article


July 25, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
The 104 teams competed in this year’s Hell Creek Walleye Tournament based out of Hell Creek Marina on Fort Peck Reservoir. Hot and windy conditions faced 208 anglers as they headed out in search of first place. The top five day one leaders are: In first Trevor Kleppelid and Braden Rolandson with 38.34 pounds. Holding... View Article


July 24, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Flathead National Forest Investigates Oil DumpingThe Flathead National Forest is seeking information about an oil… Posted by The Forest Service – Flathead National Forest on Friday, July 24, 2020


July 24, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
  Congratulations to Kylee Simmons on her huge Fort Peck king salmon. 30.2 pounds, 39 and 3/8 inches long and a girth of 26 inches. Lakeridge Lodging and Bait Shop reports that Kylee caught it on a beavis trolling fly!   Also, Milly Eggebrecht caught a 35-inch, 20-pound Salmon this week. Millly works at the... View Article


July 23, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
WEST GLACIER, Mont. [July 23, 2020] – Glacier National Park is currently investigating several fire starts in the North Fork area. All fires are contained and do not pose a threat. Park officials received a report of multiple wildland fires early Thursday morning which led to a multi-agency response from local county, state, and federal agencies consisting... View Article


July 23, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Glendive – Makoshika State Park near Glendive will host a trio of interesting educational programs the week of July 20. On Thursday, July 23, Makoshika’s Youth Program will host “Charting Diversity” from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Children ages 7-13 are invited to join park staff to explore life on Earth and discover how plants and animals are adapted... View Article


July 23, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announce three upcoming opportunities: Game Day: Makoshika Board Games Makoshika State Park’s Summer Youth Program will host kids ages 7-13 for a morning of learning about nature, as we present “Game Day: Makoshika Board Games” on Thursday, July 31, from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Students will win prizes as we play Makoshika Board... View Article


July 23, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
The Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) will be replacing a gate stem within the northwest guard gate tower of Nilan Reservoir, located west of Augusta. The reservoir will be drawn down after the 2020 irrigation season to create a dry work environment in which to complete the repairs. No alternative plan was deemed... View Article

Montana Fishing Reports


August 8, 2020 by Montana Grant
If you could only wear one hat when fishing, what would it be? May fishermen wear Baseball Style brimmed hats that feature their favorite shop, racecar, political statement, or camo. These brims tend to be sweaty, dirty, and full of personality. Wide, full brim hats are also a good choice. The 360 degrees protection from... View Article


August 8, 2020 by Montana Grant
  Hoot Owl restrictions are expanding across the state. Evening fishing restrictions have bee imposed on several lower water rivers. The water temperatures have exceeded 73 degrees for at least 3 consecutive days. High water temps and the impact of fishing combine to increase fish mortality and outbreaks of disease. The restrictions now apply to;... View Article


August 7, 2020 by angelamontana
Tammy and Lloyd Loveland from Colorado with Mo Fisch Charters had a blast catching whitefish up near the delta in 40 ft of water. The Woods bay bite is happening, and Pete’s Tackle jigs are catching the biggest fish!


August 7, 2020 by angelamontana
Paradise Falls reopened on May 4th, and the show has gone on! We are still broadcasting live from Paradise Falls this morning from 8-9am, still, with proper social distancing. The Captain and the Director will be at Paradise Falls along with Teresa Lunn from United Country Real Estate with her trivia, and of course the... View Article


August 6, 2020 by angelamontana
Livingston’s Dan Bailey’s Fly Shop has received a new lease on life. The historic business was recently purchased and is being transformed to include gear for other outdoor pursuits while keeping ties to the original enterprise. Dan Bailey founded the business in 1938. The shop became an institution in the 1950s as Bailey’s popularity as... View Article


August 6, 2020 by Montana Grant
Montana has become Big Heat Country! Our summer temperatures are finally here, and the air conditioners are finally paying off. Most Montanans only need an AC for a few weeks each year. That time is now. So, you are hot and sweaty and do not want to get heat stroke. Since Montana is a higher... View Article


August 6, 2020 by Montana Grant
One of Bozeman’s favorite outdoor recreation areas has the “Cooties!” An algae bloom has been discovered in the lake. “This type of algae has the potential of producing toxins that can hurt people, pets, and livestock,” says the Gallatin County Health Department. Summer, warm water algae blooms are not uncommon. This type of algae is... View Article


August 6, 2020 by angelamontana
Summer is upon us and that can bring unusual weather and sudden changes in weather temperatures,  wind  and  water mean everyone needs to be vigilant when being outside.   Outdoor enthusiasts including fishermen need to pay attention to these changes.   Surprise storms of snow and dangerous fire can   happen    quickly, so fishermen or fisherwomen need... View Article


August 5, 2020 by angelamontana
Bozeman, MT — Several rivers in southwest Montana will close to fishing during the afternoon each day due to a seasonal rise in water temperatures. “Hoot-owl” restrictions prohibit fishing during the hottest times of the day. A hoot-owl restriction prohibiting fishing from 2 p.m. to midnight each day will go into effect on Aug. 6 for... View Article


August 5, 2020 by angelamontana
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August 4, 2020 by angelamontana
Gotta love those firsts! Congratulations on your first walleye! July 25th Fort Peck, MT. My dad caught his first Walleye on the Missouri River. 22.5″, 3.3 LBS Walleye  


August 3, 2020 by angelamontana
If you are one of many who has never been fortunate enough to float the Smith River, here is what you are missing by not at least applying for a permit. Here is some information on the Smith River State Park involving floating from stateparks.mt.gov, too: Smith River State Park offers gorgeous scenery in a... View Article


July 31, 2020 by angelamontana
The Montana State Record Chinook Salmon Record has stood since 1991. The state record caught by Carl Niles off the face of the Fort Peck Dam weighed 31.13 pounds. The fish was 38-inches long with a girth of 26.5 inches. To date, and the season is still young, there has been one salmon caught that... View Article


July 30, 2020 by angelamontana
Current Conditions: The Ruby is a nice option in the mid summer months. The water is at a great level right now keeping the fish in a variety of water types. Below the dam the nymph fishing is best with smaller technical spring creek style patterns on lighter fluorocarbon tippet. Small hopper patterns in the faster water... View Article


July 30, 2020 by Montana Grant
The Artic Grayling is a freshwater fish that is related to trout. It was a resident of Montana until several other salmonid species were introduced. The first Grayling that I ever caught was under the bridge of at Madison Junction in Yellowstone Park. The Gibbon River had grayling in abundance at that time. Hyalite Lake... View Article


July 30, 2020 by Montana Grant
Montana is at its finest right now. This when visitors think how lovely it would be to live here, until it snows. Most rivers are in good shape. Fishing pressure and traffic is up. GALLATIN RIVER    The upper waters are fishing the best. As the river heads downstream, the waters are warming up and getting... View Article


July 30, 2020 by angelamontana
Underwater video footage is just cool. It’s awesome to watch fish get after your lures. Check out these pike getting after two lures.  Have you used either of them?


July 29, 2020 by angelamontana
Jayden Morrow, of Miles City, was out fishing the Yellowstone River a couple of weeks ago and reeled in this beauty! Nice work, Jayden!


July 29, 2020 by angelamontana
For the walleye anglers out there, here is another method to try catching them!


July 28, 2020 by angelamontana
The Big Hole is fishing well in the mornings. Water temperatures are getting warm later in the day so keep an eye on the temperature gauges before you head out. Hoppers, ants, Caddis, Nocturnal Stones and Yellow Sallies and PMDs are the hot ticket right now! A hopper with a dropper has been very productive as fish are... View Article

Montana Camping


August 2, 2020 by Montana Grant
better than you found it. This simple idea was taught to me as a young Boy Scout. For many outdoor sports this seems like common sense. For others, they appreciate a clean site but figure since they paid for it, someone else can clean it up. With the quarantine and Covid concerns, many Montanans have... View Article


August 2, 2020 by Montana Grant
Water in the West can mean life or death. Mountain Men, or todays Outdoor Sports, are without water, dehydration and death can result. If you have animals, they need water too. Every classic Western with wagons shows a wooden water barrel strapped to the sides. Usually they were 40-50 gallons. The other side would balance... View Article


July 31, 2020 by angelamontana
There are a lot of things that can happen when you’re camping in the wilderness….many creepy things involving animals, maybe unexplainable things and even people. Check out this girl’s story, and tell us the creepiest thing that has happened to you while you were out camping or hiking in the wilderness…


July 26, 2020 by Montana Grant
Grills come in many forms, styles, and materials. They can be wood fired, propane, pellets, or charcoal. Providing heat and smoke is one thing but what about where the meat meets the metal? Grill grates also come in many styles. In a campsite, the grate is usually a thick web of steel or iron rods.... View Article


July 23, 2020 by Montana Grant
Another Black Bear has been killed in Yellowstone Park. A female bear bit a camper last week and was eating their unhung camp food. The 5 backpackers were camped at the site on July 6th. A woman and child were sitting outside their tent when the bear approached. Three adults and 2 children were in... View Article


July 6, 2020 by angelamontana
Foil cooking on a campfire while you’re camping is easy and makes things simple for clean-up.  There are a few tips out there that can help you out if you’re about to give it a shot.


July 3, 2020 by angelamontana
We have all seen the videos of camping hacks out there, but how many are actually practical? Here are a few camping hacks which includes some that are better than others:


June 28, 2020 by Montana Grant
THERMACELLS will save the day! If you live, fish, camp, or boat in mosquito hell, get a ThermaCell. You will be amazed how this simple product will save your outdoor experience. Swarms of Mosquitos will avoid your space. When talking about the next Pandemic, it could be spread by Mosquitos. These blood sucking insects can... View Article


June 20, 2020 by Montana Grant
So, you went out and bought your first camper. In the past you tented or stayed in other folks’ rigs. You enjoy the outdoors and appreciate some comfort when afield. Your first camper is usually a small, manageable one. Too many folks start too big. One thing about campers is that a used rig will... View Article


May 22, 2020 by angelamontana
There are tons of camping hacks out there in the world, and we wanted to throw a few out there to you before you head out camping for the weekend.  You can even use these if you’re camping in your yard or just hanging out at home.


May 7, 2020 by Montana Grant
If you could only have one pot, when camping, what would it be? You would want a pot of proper size, lightweight, compact, easy to clean, efficient to heat, and practical. Pots come in all shapes and sizes. Titanium, cast iron, steel, aluminum, special Teflon coatings, and … You often see pots advertised on TV... View Article


May 2, 2020 by Montana Grant
Hunters love to camp. Deer camp, elk camp, fish camp, and in the Spring, Turkey Camp. Camping is a perfect way to keep our Social Distance. During this year’s camp, we saw no one. Montana banned non-resident hunters, and the rest of the hunting world were holed up for the Quarantine. Camp was later this... View Article


April 25, 2020 by Kamp Cook
This morning on the Montana Outdoor Radio Show the Captain and his Crew will be talking about a question that has been getting asked a great deal lately and that is when will our State and Federal campgrounds and other outdoor recreation areas be open for overnight camping? Due to all the efforts to “flatten... View Article


March 15, 2020 by Montana Grant
There is a difference between “Conservation” and “Preservation”. Folks that want things “preserved” want these areas to have zero access and human impact. “Conservationists” want to “Conserve these areas to be healthy and accessible for future generations. The key Conservation Rule is to “Leave it Better Than You Found It”! When I was a Young... View Article


October 31, 2019 by Montana Grant
$75 million for road construction, has been designated for Yellowstone Park next year. Anyone that has visited the Park in the past knows that the crowds and oversized vehicles have put great stress on the Parks roads and infrastructures. 3 Road projects are planned for 2020. The Pelican Creek Bridge is to be replaced. 6... View Article


October 24, 2019 by Montana Grant
The paved road at the Hyalite Reservoir is going to be increased. Additional paving will extend the paved area from the dam to where the road splits for Grotto and Palisades falls. Paving will begin in the end of October. Delays could be as long as 30 minutes because of tree cutting along the right... View Article


October 24, 2019 by Montana Grant
Back in the we camped! Tents, shelters, cheapo trailers. Camping today has taken on a whole new image. Canvas is out, silence is forgotten, and where are the food trucks? The fun used to be roughing it in style. My wife and I used to camp all the time. The simplicity of camping was wonderful.... View Article


October 20, 2019 by Montana Grant
Hunting or fishing in Montana can be damn uncomfortable! Cold, rain, snow, wind, and harsh conditions will make you ready to quit. If you are miserable, you are not enjoying the day. Modern clothing and accessories make all the difference. Polar fleece, hand warmers, quality bad weather gear, insulated footwear, layered garments that wick away,... View Article


October 17, 2019 by angelamontana
It turns out that bears like beer…. An article on countryrebel.com proved that humans aren’t the only ones who like a buzz every now and then.  The incident happened a few years ago, but it’s still a reminder to keep your camping areas and your homes bear-proof when you live in bear country. Here’s part... View Article


September 21, 2019 by Montana Grant
What’s on your Bucket List? We all have one even if you don’t know it. A special hunt, fishing trip, or just a thing that challenges you. What’s yours? This year I scratched a Halibut fishing trip to Alaska off mine. The only problem is that one trip is probably not enough, and an annual... View Article

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Audio Reports


August 8, 2020 by Kamp Cook
The cold front that has blown through Montana, has got some people thinking fall fun. But, summer is fr from over and summer fishing is only getting hotter. Hear all of our reports from corespondents around the great state of Montana. From the latest episode of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show. Montana Outdoor Radio Show... View Article


August 1, 2020 by Kamp Cook
Its gonna be a scorcher this weekend. Temps are going to reach near the century mark. It is time to hit the water and cool off. Find out where the fish are biting. Hear the latest reports from our corespondents around the state. From the first show of August 2020. Montana Outdoor Radio Show ·... View Article


July 25, 2020 by Kamp Cook
Sun is shining and the lines are tight. It is time to get outside and enjoy summer. All you need to do is find out where the fish are biting. Hear all of our latest fishing reports from our corespondents around the sate. Montana Outdoor Radio Show · July 25th


July 18, 2020 by Kamp Cook
Summer nearly half way over and their are plenty of fish out there that still need to be caught. Hear all of our border to border reports from corespondents around the state. From the latest episode of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show. Montana Outdoor Radio Show · July 18th

Montana FWP


August 8, 2020 by Kamp Cook
The black jaw fever continues on Fort Peck as the entire Ward clan has invaded the MORS Fort Peck Headquarters. Plus, we are hearing news of the Lake Superior Whitefish bite starting to pick up on Flathead Lake. hear both hours of the latest episode of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show. Montana Outdoor Radio Show... View Article


August 8, 2020 by Kamp Cook
The cold front that has blown through Montana, has got some people thinking fall fun. But, summer is fr from over and summer fishing is only getting hotter. Hear all of our reports from corespondents around the great state of Montana. From the latest episode of the Montana Outdoor Radio Show. Montana Outdoor Radio Show... View Article


August 8, 2020 by Montana Grant
If you could only wear one hat when fishing, what would it be? May fishermen wear Baseball Style brimmed hats that feature their favorite shop, racecar, political statement, or camo. These brims tend to be sweaty, dirty, and full of personality. Wide, full brim hats are also a good choice. The 360 degrees protection from... View Article


August 8, 2020 by Montana Grant
  Hoot Owl restrictions are expanding across the state. Evening fishing restrictions have bee imposed on several lower water rivers. The water temperatures have exceeded 73 degrees for at least 3 consecutive days. High water temps and the impact of fishing combine to increase fish mortality and outbreaks of disease. The restrictions now apply to;... View Article


August 7, 2020 by angelamontana
Echo Lake Bass are moving to deeper water. Use your chatter baits or crank baits to get their attention. Pike bite should be picking up with the hotter weather. Flathead Lake Whitefish bite is starting up around Somers Bay area – down about 40ft. Be sure to come pick up some whitefish jigs. We have... View Article


August 7, 2020 by angelamontana
Tammy and Lloyd Loveland from Colorado with Mo Fisch Charters had a blast catching whitefish up near the delta in 40 ft of water. The Woods bay bite is happening, and Pete’s Tackle jigs are catching the biggest fish!


August 7, 2020 by angelamontana
Paradise Falls reopened on May 4th, and the show has gone on! We are still broadcasting live from Paradise Falls this morning from 8-9am, still, with proper social distancing. The Captain and the Director will be at Paradise Falls along with Teresa Lunn from United Country Real Estate with her trivia, and of course the... View Article


August 6, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announces adjusted hours of operation and cavern tours at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park, beginning Aug. 20, as the season begins to wind down. As of Aug. 20, the visitor centers will be open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day, with Paradise Tours every hour from 9:15 a.m.... View Article


August 6, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
Montana State Parks (stateparks.mt.gov) announces the full schedule for Bat Week at Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park for the week of Aug. 8-15. Join us for this exciting annual event celebrating our favorite winged friends with nightly programs in the campground. Saturday, Aug. 8 Bat Talk: Bat Threats with Julia Smit 8 – 9... View Article


August 6, 2020 by Moosetrack Megan
The search for Barry J. Tragen, a 68-year-old Columbia Falls resident, continues this week in Glacier National Park. On August 4, a pair of sunglasses were found in Kintla Creek in the North Fork area of the park. It is likely the sunglasses may belong to Tragen. Canine search units were brought in to search... View Article


August 6, 2020 by angelamontana
It’s time….


August 6, 2020 by angelamontana
This one is for the trappers who use wax dirt or who want to start using wax dirt.  It’s pretty easy to make.


August 6, 2020 by angelamontana
Livingston’s Dan Bailey’s Fly Shop has received a new lease on life. The historic business was recently purchased and is being transformed to include gear for other outdoor pursuits while keeping ties to the original enterprise. Dan Bailey founded the business in 1938. The shop became an institution in the 1950s as Bailey’s popularity as... View Article


August 6, 2020 by Montana Grant
Montana has become Big Heat Country! Our summer temperatures are finally here, and the air conditioners are finally paying off. Most Montanans only need an AC for a few weeks each year. That time is now. So, you are hot and sweaty and do not want to get heat stroke. Since Montana is a higher... View Article


August 6, 2020 by Montana Grant
One of Bozeman’s favorite outdoor recreation areas has the “Cooties!” An algae bloom has been discovered in the lake. “This type of algae has the potential of producing toxins that can hurt people, pets, and livestock,” says the Gallatin County Health Department. Summer, warm water algae blooms are not uncommon. This type of algae is... View Article


August 6, 2020 by angelamontana
Summer is upon us and that can bring unusual weather and sudden changes in weather temperatures,  wind  and  water mean everyone needs to be vigilant when being outside.   Outdoor enthusiasts including fishermen need to pay attention to these changes.   Surprise storms of snow and dangerous fire can   happen    quickly, so fishermen or fisherwomen need... View Article


August 5, 2020 by angelamontana
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comments on a proposal to construct a short concrete sidewalk compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act criteria for access to a floating ADA fishing dock at Black Sandy State Park on Hauser Reservoir, north of Helena. Construction on the dock is proposed to occur from Sept. 15... View Article


August 5, 2020 by angelamontana
Bozeman, MT — Several rivers in southwest Montana will close to fishing during the afternoon each day due to a seasonal rise in water temperatures. “Hoot-owl” restrictions prohibit fishing during the hottest times of the day. A hoot-owl restriction prohibiting fishing from 2 p.m. to midnight each day will go into effect on Aug. 6 for... View Article


August 5, 2020 by angelamontana
At its meeting on Aug. 13, the Fish and Wildlife Commission will hear two petitions regarding River Recreation on the Madison River. The Fishing Outfitters Association of Montana (FOAM) and the George Grant Chapter of Trout Unlimited (GGTU) along with the Anaconda Sportsmen Association (ASA) will present their petitions directly to the commission. Both petitions are... View Article


August 5, 2020 by angelamontana
The guy that made this video requests that you click the “CC” button on so you can read his commentary…