Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks just released an environmental assessment for a land acquisition project next to Seven Sisters Wildlife Management. The project involves purchasing 981 acres at $1,326 per acre for a total of $1.3 million.
The land is located near the town of Crane in Richland County, just south of Sidney and will be an addition to Seven Sister WMA. FWP’s goals are to conserve riparian habitat along the lower Yellowstone River and provide new hunting opportunities for the public. The addition will also provide lots of wildlife viewing opportunities and more river access.
Read the full Environmental Assessment here.
Canyon Ferry boat ramp temporarily closed
By Moosetrack Megan
Application cycles open for more than $1.3 million in motorized and nonmotorized outdoor recreation grants
Hunting for female mountain lions to close in northeastern Montana with the exception of HD 690
FWP proposes new, limited elk season structure to commission
When you’re after a Muley and come home with a Whitey
Very nice whitetail
Man faces federal charges after allegedly using excavator to break into Castle Firearms
Lake County woman killed after crashing into moose near Libby
CHANGES TO LATE ELK SHOULDER SEASON CURRENTLY IN EFFECT
TAKERS AND CARETAKERS!!!
By Montana Grant
What a Season – Hunters Breakfast 12/3/21
By Kamp Cook
Listen to Last Weeks Show 12/4/21
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports for 12/4/21
HOLIDAY BOAT STORAGE!!!
GUNS TO BED!!!
Top 5 Game Animals You Can Hunt All Winter Long
By Krawdaddy Jones
Keep it simple with this Wild Turkey Breakfast Casserole
MTSFW hosting Fish Fry Executive Director Meet and Greet this Saturday
Get some Rod Action and tune in to the FINAL Hunters’ Breakfast of the Season
R4: 2021 HUNTING SEASON SUMMARY FOR AUGUSTA CHECK STATION
UPPER MADISON RIVER FISHING CLOSURE TO BE LIFTED FRIDAY
Montana wildfire update for December 01, 2021 by MTPR