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/98.3fm in Missoula. You may also listen to the recorded version every week on Saturday from the Audio Reports on montanaoutdoor.com. The show is broadcast live from Paradise Falls on the” Banks of Brooks” in Missoula, with Neal Cote from Bob Ward’s Sports & Outdoors in Missoula and Brad at H and H Meats with the latest hunting success stories. Teresa Lunn from United Country Real Estate will test your knowledge with trivia. Scott Arnold “The Painter” will have information on Helena Reservoirs along with Ryan Corwin from Bob Wards Helena, and Don Beardsley will give a Georgetown Lake report and the Desk from Downrigger Dale to keep you updated on FWP happenings.
Plus, enjoy KrisCo Liquor Sportsman recipe of the week:
Stir ingredients with ice, strain into cocktail glass.
HOLIDAY BOAT STORAGE!!!
By Montana Grant
GUNS TO BED!!!
Top 5 Game Animals You Can Hunt All Winter Long
By Krawdaddy Jones
Keep it simple with this Wild Turkey Breakfast Casserole
MTSFW hosting Fish Fry Executive Director Meet and Greet this Saturday
Get some Rod Action and tune in to the FINAL Hunters’ Breakfast of the Season
R4: 2021 HUNTING SEASON SUMMARY FOR AUGUSTA CHECK STATION
UPPER MADISON RIVER FISHING CLOSURE TO BE LIFTED FRIDAY
Montana wildfire update for December 01, 2021 by MTPR
MADISON RIVER MAYHEM!!!
Brett French reports: Madison River drawdown blamed on broken gate
Venison Mac and Cheese: A Family Favorite
Darby man to serve prison time for illegal outfitting, poaching
Montana Fishing Report Compilation – December 1, 2021
Skunting: The ancient art of hunting on skis
Full fishing closure in effect for upper Madison River
By Moosetrack Megan
How to Hunt Wolves with Stuck in the Rut
MORE MADISON MADNESS!!!
Deadline for pheasant release applications is January 15
R5: Hunter numbers, harvest generally lower in south central Montana
FWP wardens seek information on elk dumped in Gallatin Gateway
Huge Hi-line Whitey
Texan breaks marksmanship world record with 3-mile shot