Fall Has Arrived – Listen to Last Weeks Show 9/21/19

Monday marks the first oficial day of Fall. Leaves are changing color and the elk are screaming. In

Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports for 9/21/19

The first official day of fall is near. It is safe to say that summer is over. But, hunting and fish

BUCKET LISTS!!!

What’s on your Bucket List? We all have one even if you don’t know it. A special hunt, fishing t

PRESENTATION IS KEY!!!

Fishermen that catch the most fish understand Presentation! You must pay attention to the details an

Fall prescribed burns planned on the Lolo National Forest to reduce fuels and improve wildlife habitat

The Lolo National Forest is planning to implement fall prescribed burning projects over the next sev

Lincoln Resource Advisory Committee Seeks Project Proposals from Public

LIBBY, Mont. September 17, 2019 – The Lincoln Resource Advisory Committee (RAC) is seeking propo

Road and Culvert Work on Cold Lakes Road will Impact Access to Cold Lakes Trailhead

Kalispell, MT, September 18, 2019 – The Swan Lake Ranger District of the Flathead National Fores

Youth Waterfowl and Pheasant Weekend approaches

Montana’s young hunters will have a special treat the weekend of September 21 and 22, when they ca

Youth Deer Only Hunt at Fall Break

A youth hunt for deer limited to youngsters between the ages of 12–15 was approved for October 17-

Try a Doll Fly while listening to Hunters’ Breakfast!

Tune into Hunters’ Breakfast with the Captain for the latest in fishing and hunting reports for

Indian Fort FAS Closure

BILLINGS – Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will close its Indian Fort Fishing Access Site on the

Outdoor Report by Neal Cote with Bob Ward’s Sports & Outdoors 9.19.19

Elk Hunting is picking up, fishing is improving all over the place, it is definitely shaping up to b

Central to Eastern MT Fishing Report 9.16.19

Summer  is almost over. This year we are still having very unusual weather and that means sudden ch

NW Montana Fishing Report by Snappy’s Sport Senter 9.16.19

Look for fish activity to really pick up this week with a cold front moving in soon. Cooler temps an

TAG RIGHT!!!

Tagging, or validating, your critter kill is a legal responsibility. Without proper identification o

Canoeing Yellowstone Lake, a remote waterway (by Brett French)

Yellowstone Lake is annually surrounded by up to 4 million visitors a year, but few will ever dip a

Montana cats find watering hole [VIDEO]

Some Montana cats…chillin….

Alligator Spotted with Knife in its Head

Imagine you’re at the ocean just enjoying the sound, the view…soaking it all in.  Then,

Vandals Spray Paint Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 4 Sites

Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking information on a graffiti spray painted on multiple FWP sites ne

Why Do We Hunt? [VIDEO]

Why do YOU hunt? For the last 18 years, Mark Muller, president of Max Motors, has invited the men of

Two FWP employees win Governor’s Award for Excellence in Perfomance

Two Fish, Wildlife and Parks employees were recognized for their outstanding work during the Governo

BEAR!!!

The Gravelly Range is becoming more “un Bearable” again this season. The initial closing of the

AIS watercraft inspections stations reduce hours

Montana’s boating season is slowing down, and with the decrease in boating traffic some watercraft

Montana Pond Fishing [VIDEO]

Gotta love Montana pond fishing! 3 day trout fishing in a small pond. Wasn’t expecting the size fi

2019 Fall Mack Days begins September 20th-Enter Now-last reminder

September 20th-November 10th  Enter on or before September 18th to qualify for one special $200 Ea

Three hunters survive two separate grizzly attacks

Bozeman, MT — Three hunters were injured Monday in two separate grizzly bear attacks on the west s

Captain Goes Salmon Solo on Fort Peck

The Captain went fishing, solo, on Fort Peck on Monday. He was attempting to cure a case Black Jaw F

“Getting Grizzlies Gone from Grain” with MTFWP

Here’s some info on grizzly bears and farms.

Volunteers Sought to Host at Popular Gordon Reese Cabin

The Forest Service is looking for winter recreation enthusiasts to volunteer at the Gordon Reese Cab