So far, wolf hunters have managed to tag 86 wolves–that is impressive!!! These animals are not easy to find, much less tag…although their sign is everywhere. Rock on, hunters! Please note the WMU closures, and note that Montana’s wolf trapping season opens on December 15th for trappers that have completed the Montana or Idaho Wolf Trapping Certification Class. Please don’t try to trap without knowing how to trap. There are trappers in the Montana Trappers Association that you can contact for more information, should you be interested in a trapping mentor. Visit www.MontanaTrappers.org.
Thank you to those wolfers! (chart and info via MT FWP)
Land Trust Cooperation Creates NW Montana Working Forest Conservation
By Moosetrack Megan
Big Rainbow Ice Fishing in Montana
Shredded Smoked Kokanee Sandwich Recipe
Mountain Lion Hunting Closures
Montana bait shop struggling to stay open
Anti groups at it again–with Helterline’s favorite wolf management method this time
When you’re too close to the angler next to you…
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 1.25.21
Wildlife Habitat Protected Thanks to South Dakota Family
Angler falls through ice after ignoring signs of danger [VIDEO]
Major kudos to snowmobile trail groomers!
Gallatin Search and Rescue completes two weekend missions, rescues one woman seriously injured
ICE, ICE, BABY! #10
By Montana Grant
MONTANA’S BARREL of FISH!!!
Late Season Cast and Blast – Listen to Last Weeks Show 1/23/20
By Kamp Cook
Montana Fishing Reports for 1/23/20
Correspondent Josh Parrow Captures Conditions on Fresno Reservoir
YELLOWSTONE’S FIRST FISHERMEN!!!
The Captain and Brian Olson at FT Peck
Collapsed cliff damages roadway; FWP assessing additional threats
“Water Trapper” bags wolf number THREE!
Wolverine caught on camera for first time at YNP
Interesting Gun Compliation