Trapping is the most effective form of wildlife management. Wildlife management organizations use trapping as a means to relocate animals–using, both, cage trapping and foothold trapping.
There are some misconceptions about trapping by people that don’t know anything about it or haven’t been exposed to it, and that is why the Montana Trappers Association dedicates so much of their cause to education. If you are interested in learning about trapping, contact the Montana Trappers Association at www.montanatrappers.org.
In the meantime, check out this video that shows a few of the faces of trappers in Montana.
By Montana Grant
Portions of Fairy Lake Trail (FS #500) Closing Beginning September 22, 2021
By Moosetrack Megan
FWP wardens seek information on bull elk poaching near Butte
Whitefish mortality observed in upper Yellowstone River
Fish Fry Friday!
The dummies are back out in full force!
Keeping it simple with Hunter’s Breakfast!
Park Ranger Meets Grizzlies
ROCKY ROUTE TO HUMBUG SPIRES CLOSED DURING ROAD CONSTRUCTION
Woman suffers significant thermal burns in Yellowstone National Park; Stay on boardwalks and trails in thermal areas
Brett French reports: Livingston photographer publishes exceptional bird book
YNP SETS RECORD!!!
The best Montana fly fishing in September by MT Angling Co.
Cooney boat ramps closed
Thirsty Thursday: Water Bottle Test
FWP EXTENDS DEADLINE FOR EMERGENCY HAYING AND GRAZING LEASES ON WMAS
GRIZZLY BEAR RELOCATED AFTER ROUTINELY VISITING A GRAIN SHED NEAR OVANDO
MIGRATORY BIRD HUNTERS REMINDED OF CHANGE TO WANTON WASTE OF GAME STATUTE
FWP TO AUCTION CONFISCATED ANTLERS, HIDES AND HORNS
Service to Initiate Status Review of Gray Wolf in the Western U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Commission adopts regulations for muzzleloader season
Fish and Wildlife Commission approves changes to elk shoulder seasons
YNP Fishing Report by Fins and Feathers 9.14.21