The southeast corner of the Big Snowy Mountains contains a Bureau of Land Management wilderness study area that’s worth exploring. The land is just off Red Hill Road, which divides the Big and Little Snowies, so access is pretty easy. Once off the road, however, much of the hiking is without trails through often thick forest. The benefits are that the region attracts few visitors, there are some great views across the valley to the Bull Mountains and some impressive limestone cliffs. The land also contains mule deer, elk, bear and mountain grouse. To learn more about the area, check out my story at https://billingsgazette.com/outdoors/investigating-the-big-snowies-crew-conducting-wilderness-character-monitoring-on-blm-land/article_e359f7df-aa6a-5ea4-a56b-de41434e82e4.html.
How about some Fresh Bait and Catchin the Big Ones?
A GOOD SON!!!
By Montana Grant
Fort Peck Fishing Report by Hell Creek Marina 5.19.22
Montana State Record Fish List
Mandatory trapper education course available online soon
Road work near Johnsrud Park
By Moosetrack Megan
Gone Hunting! Gone Fishing!
AIS inspection stations to focus on high-risk corridors
Statewide Montana Fishing Report Compilation – 5.18.22
Stocking Record Search
Bacon Wrapped Venison Cheeseburger Kabobs
Wakeboarding stunt goes…..right
This little dog is not having bears on its turf!
Gallatin River Fishing Report via Gallatin River Guides 5.16.22
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 5.16.22
DNR completes investigation of common carp mortality on Lake Orion (2021)
Fish can do math? Study shows they can be trained to add, subtract
FINAL RESULTS FOR CROOKED CREEK 2022 WALLEYE TOURNEY
AN OLD SPIN!!!
AGAINST THE FLOW!!!
Day 1 Results for the Crooked Creek Walleye Classic at the Dam on Fort Peck
Upper Salmon River Steelhead Fishing Report 5.13.22