There will be a regular youth classroom course March 6-11, and an adult online “field day” course on March 11. Additional classes will be held in June and August.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunter Education course dates have been set for the first courses in the Glasgow area for this year.
There will be a regular youth classroom course March 3-5, and an adult online “field day” course on March 5.
It’s time to start thinking about hunting season again, and getting your new fishing license for the year, starting Monday, Jan. 23.
Montana FWP authorized a management season hunt for antlerless elk in portions of Hunting District 680 and 690, starting Jan. 14 through Wednesday, Feb. 15.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are seeking information from the public about the poaching of a bull elk on the Warrick Road.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are seeking information on 21 wasted Canada geese, likely shot in mid to late December.
This year, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 has a shoulder season that allows antlerless elk hunting from Dec. 15-Dec. 31, with a specific B-license.
Montana FWP reports white-tailed deer harvest reported through the Anaconda, Bonner and Darby check stations with the close of the 2016 hunting season.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) is reporting an above-average harvest of white-tailed deer so far this season in west-central Montana.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks game warden, Justin Singleterry, is seeking information about a large mule deer buck on Saturday, November 12th.
Those declines are due to low elk harvests checked at Darby and Anaconda so far, which are down 39 and 47 percent from last year.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are seeking information on a wasted bull elk, likely shot between Nov. 1-4, in southern Blaine Co.
Leroy Pool recently pled guilty in Sheridan County Justice Court to five misdemeanor charges stemming from his over-possession limits of Montana game birds.
He was involved with working with multiple agencies, including FWP, to develop conservation easements for Farm Bill, state, and USFWS programs.
Jonkel also points to the important role that Blackfoot landowners, residents, hikers, hunters and others continue to play.
Mild weather across west-central Montana did little to move deer and elk, and harvests reported through the check stations were modest.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Havre hunter check station was fairly active over the weekend of general deer and elk opener.
Opening weekend of the 2016 general hunting season resulted in an impressive tally of harvested animals through the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Local organizations are teaming up to provide a public “sight-in day” at the Valley County Rifle and Pistol Club (VCRPC) shooting range starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 15.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) game wardens are seeking information about a bull moose that was shot and left to waste on the Warnken Ranch Block Management Area, northwest of Superior.
The bear had a history of accessing unsecured attractants at homes sites and eventually began breaking into structures over the past month, in search of food.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunter Education course dates have been set for the last hunter education courses in the Glasgow area for this year.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will host a wolf trapper certification class in Missoula on Saturday, Aug. 27 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program is sponsoring a kayak and camping class August 5 – 7 on the Clark Fork River near St. Regis.