Regular listeners to the Montana Outdoor Radio Show are familiar with Trevor Johnson’s incredible story of tracking down a mountain lion without dogs. Nobody can tell a story like Trevor. But he was kind enough to relate the outing to me for a story in this week’s Billings Gazette. In addition, Trevor provided some details on the incredible bull elk he shot and the first black bear he has taken with a bow. We should all be so lucky to spend as much time hunting as Trevor did this past season – he missed only about four days of the archery season. It just goes to show that if you really want to score a trophy, or two, you’ve got to be willing to put in some time.
To read the stories, log on to The Billings Gazette http://bgz.tt/sojsv.
Final Results for Crooked Creek Walleye Tourney
Bitterroot River Fishing Report by Blackfoot River Outfitters 5.14.21
By Montana Grant
2021 Crooked Creek Walleye Tournament Day 1 Results
By Kamp Cook
Hear Trevor Johnson Share His Story of NEW State Record Walleye
Another State Record Fish – Listen to Last Weeks Show 5/15/21
Montana Fishing Reports for 5/15/21
FLY BY KNOT!!!
HOLEY WATERS FISHING REPORT! 5/15/21
Trevor Johnson with Kit’s Tackle sets new state record
Fishing on the Dock of the Bay
Brett French reports: Fort Peck Reservoir inflows low
Casting fishing reports on Catchin the Big Ones
State inspectors intercept 18 boats fouled by aquatic invasive species
By Moosetrack Megan
Wolf Trapping Education Clinic and Certification Course in Kalispell on May 23
Application deadline extended for participants on Madison River Work Group
Big Snowy Mountains grizzly euthanized
Grizzly bear captured, moved from Avon area
New state record walleye
FISH N BEER!!!
Kokanee Egg Rolls Recipe
Flathead Valley Fishing Report by Snappy’s Sport Senter 5.11.21