The list could go on for days.
Regardless of what you’re thankful for today and every day, I hope you have the best Thanksgiving Day of your life. My first love was Montana, and that love keeps growing more and more every day, and, just as Cap said in his Captain’s Column article this morning, a huge part of what makes this state so amazing is the hunting, fishing, trapping and outdoor recreation opportunities we have here. Owning a piece of this state and being able to take advantage of everything Montana has to offer will be on my mind the most as I sit among people I care about so much.
Enjoy your holiday, and give thanks as if every day were Thanksgiving Day! Congratulations to those hunters who were fortunate enough to already fill their freezers, and good luck to the hunters still after their critters!
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R6: Northeast Montana Havre check station results for the 2023 Season
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REMINDER: DRAFT GRAY WOLF CONSERVATION AND MANAGEMENT PLAN
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Recapping the Season on our Last Hunters’ Breakfast Episode for 2023
SMOKIN!! by Montana Grant
Meat, Pictures and Memories
Pulled Canada Goose Recipe
R3: GENERAL SEASON ENDS WITH MILD WEATHER, MIXED HUNTER SUCCESS IN SOUTHWESTERN MONTANA
Very nice bull elk taken this season
When your fish gets away…
Statewide MT Fishing Report Compilation 11.28.23
Wyoming teen recognized as one of the state’s youngest Ultimate Anglers
Flathead Rivers Alliance receives grant to increase ADA accessibility on Flathead River
First Montana sightings of two bee species documented by Montana State researcher
Montana Outdoor Economy Grows 14%, 3rd Largest in the Nation
Upper Salmon River Steelhead Update 11.28.23