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/93.3fm 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 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 the Helena Reservoirs, and Downrigger Dale will have the latest news from Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks.
Plus, enjoy KrisCo Liquor Sportsman recipe of the week:
Combine all ingredients in a glass filled with ice. Stir and enjoy.
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 4.19.21
Missouri River Fishing Report by CrossCurrents 4.17.21
Bear Meat Stir Fry
Spring Black Bear Hunting Tips
KIDDOS NEED TO BE OUTDOORS!!!
By Montana Grant
Incredibly close finish at Tough Guy Walleye Tournament- FINAL RESULTS
By Moosetrack Megan
April Fun in the Sun – Listen to Last Weeks Show 4/17/21
By Kamp Cook
Montana Fishing Reports for 4/17/21
CANYON FERRY IS HOT!!!
Grizzly killed, man remains in serious condition after mauling near West Yellowstone
NOTICE OF DECISION PERTAINING TO RC DEVICES AND DRONES WHILE FISHING
COMMISSION TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARING ON RULES REGARDING THE USE OF ELK AND DEER URINE AND GLANDULAR SCENTS
COMMISSION TO HOLD PUBLIC HEARING ON REPEAL OF OUTDATED RULE REGARDING BLACK BEAR MANAGEMENT
Bacon-wrapped Jerk Duck Liver Kabobs
Flathead Valley Fishing Report by Snappy’s Sport Senter 4.15.21
Elk Herd in the Breaks [VIDEO]
Drink a Bottom Fish and Listen to Catchin the Big Ones
2021 Montana Cats Tour
Bear Mauling Near Bakers Hole Campground, North of West Yellowstone
Update from Yellowstone National Park
Volunteers needed to help with cleanup at Thompson Park
Decision made on Frozen Moose Project
Brett French reports: New CWD test shows potential for use of live animals