Tune into Hunters Breakfast with the Captain for the latest in fishing and hunting reports for Western and Central Montana this Friday morning from 8-9am on KGVO 1290am/101.5fm in Missoula. You can also listen on line http://newstalkkgvo.com/ listen-live/popup/. The show is broadcast live from Paradise Falls on the ”Banks of Brooks” in Missoula Bill Brown from Bob Wards, John Peterson from H and H meats will have reports and names of successful hunters. Teresa Mondale from United Country Real Estate will test your knowledge with trivia. Bob Culp will have information on Helena Reservoirs and Don Beardsley will give a Georgetown Lake report and and Kamp Cook will have the hunting tip of the week plus a lot more.
Don’t forget to submit your Griz vx. Cat score prediction, too, by clicking HERE.
Plus, enjoy KrisCo Liquor Sportsman recipe of the week:
Pour honey whisky over jalapeño and ice in a rocks glass.
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By Kamp Cook
Montana Hunting and Fishing reports for 10/1/22
By Montana Grant
Fall foliage predicted to peak in the coming week in Montana
By Moosetrack Megan
MONTANA BLUE RIBBON STREAMS!
By Krawdaddy Jones
Nelson Reservoir Fishing Report by Brian Olson 9.29.22
Fresno Fishing Report by Brian Olson 9.29.22
Bob your way to Hunters’ Breakfast for some hunting talk this morning!
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Statewide Montana Fishing Report Compilation 9.29.22
Grizzly bear puts on show for kayaker
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Come Join the Custer Gallatin National Forest
New remote 5-acre wildfire in northwest corner of Yellowstone National Park
UM to Celebrate 1960s-Era Smokejumper Alums at Film Premiere, Panel
FWP News: Waterfowl, pheasant and antelope hunting seasons to open soon
FWP News: FWP looks to purchase new recreation site on Yellowstone River near Reed Point
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An unexpected surprise…wow