Steelhead Harvest Report by Idaho Fish and Game

For those of you planning on steelhead fishing, are out after steelhead or are just curious–he

DNA study reveals diet of wolves

A new study that analyzed wolf scat DNA gives insight into what exactly these predators are eating.

MORE THAN BIG SKIES!!! by Montana Grant

Montana is certainly famous for our Big Skies”, but there are several other Big Sky Country nickna

TIE EASY FIRST!!! by Montana Grant

Fly tying is an art. Not everyone can paint the Mona Lisa or tie a Royal Coachman. It takes dexterit

THE LAST WET PLACE!!! by Montana Grant

Montana has many wet assets. There are 18 large rivers in our state. That adds up to 169,829 miles o

First Timers Ice Fishing with Uncle Matt from Mo Fisch Charters

Check out this awesome shot from Matt over at Mo Fisch Charters! Ryder and Duke Nash had an epic fir

Almost Time for A New License – Listen to Last Weeks Show 2/24/24

The 2023 license year is almost over. Soon we will be emptying out our wallets for a hearty bowl of

Montana Fishing Reports for 2/24/24

Your 2023 fishing license is almost wore out. Just about time to get a new one. Might as well try to

You have Questions? The Montana Outdoor Podcast has Answers!

Yeah, it is almost the start of a new license year for the Montana Outdoors. In less than a week it

Cooking with Kokanee Quin: Bison Lasagna

Today, Kokanee Quin is excited to share with you a very tasty bison lasagna recipe—it’s a re

Alert: Canyon Ferry Ice Update

We received an ice report from Scott the Painter, who does reports on Helena area waterways for us,

MT Outdoor Podcast Sneak Peek: FWP Questions Answered

As the new license year for Montana Outdoors approaches, the deadline season kicks off, prompting an

23 foot battery-electric boat designed for wake sports

Lora Klodney recently wrote an article on spotlighting the launch of a new premium wake spo

FWP News: Smith River permit drawing results available

Super Permit chances still on sale through March 22 GREAT FALLS – Did you draw a Smith River Perm

HYALITE HEAVEN!!! by Montana Grant

The first thing that you notice when you get out of your truck, at the Hyalite Lake dam’ is nothin

Brett French reports: Yellowstone River concerns rise in wake of spill

Conservation groups and fishing outfitters have voiced their concerns in recent correspondence with

UM Student Researcher Explores Impacts of Cat Colonies on Missoula Wildlife

By Emily Senkosky, UM News Service MISSOULA – University of Montana student Jay Schutze has disc

Fresno and Nelson Reservoirs Fishing Report by Brian Olson 2.22.24

Fresno is 21% full. Most fishing is slow. For perch and crappie jig near the dam in as deep of water