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.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program is sponsoring a beginning kayaking class August 13 at the First Dredge swim beach just north of the Fort Peck Fish…..
A Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks bowhunter education online field course will take place in Glasgow on Tuesday, July 26. Students must have completed the online education course before…..
A popular Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 6 program that allows children and their families to check out free fishing rods and tackle is in full swing again this year.
Montana FWP is offering a hunter education field course July 26-Aug. 4, geared to women that are looking to receive hunter education certification and a more in-depth understanding of firearm safety.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks biologists have completed their 2016 winter and spring aerial surveys of deer populations across Region 6 in northeastern Montana.
Missoula will host a Plan to Hunt workshop series from June through October for adults that are new to hunting or just want to expand their skills and understanding in order to hunt more…..
Clay Chandler, 20, of Hays was found guilty in the Montana 17th Judicial District Court for the illegal rifle harvest of a bull elk.
Chris Moore (32) of Allen, Texas, and Hays residents Chase (27) and Warren (51) Morin were separately charged with violations involving the illegal harvest of a mule deer buck on Bureau of Land…..
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunter Education course dates have been set for the Glasgow area.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks biologists have completed the 2016 survey of the Missouri River Breaks (MRB) and Bears Paw elk herds in Region 6.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game warden, Justin Singleterry, is seeking information about a mule deer buck that was shot on Gird Creek Road, just off the Skalkaho Highway near Hamilton.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is offering a hunter education field course May 24-June 2, geared to adult women that are looking to receive hunter education certification and a more…..
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service-Charles M. Russell (CMR) National Wildlife Refuge recently partnered on a study to evaluate the effects of public hunting…..
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks honored the service of its Region 6 Hunter and Bowhunter Education volunteer instructors at the annual workshop held on Saturday, February 27, at the Cottonwood…..
The March 15th deer and elk permit application deadline has gained more importance to hunters in west-central Montana as a result of the new regulations for the 2016 hunting season.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Hunter Education course dates have been set for the Glasgow area.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) has determined that the animal seen chasing elk on Mount Jumbo last week was a domestic dog.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking comment on a Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed action of purchasing a conservation easement on 1,760 acres from Wetlands…..
A fur handling workshop is scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 9 in Deer Lodge.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks will hold four public meetings in northeast Montana in January to gather comments on proposed hunting seasons and rules for the next two years.
Four individuals were charged in Hill County Justice Court for violations that resulted in the killing of eight buck deer in Hill County in Sept. and Oct. of this year.
Governor Steve Bullock, along with a group of Montana-based organizations, is seeking nominations for the “Montana Neighbor Awards”.
Big game harvest is up from last year’s pace in west-central Montana through the third week of the general hunting season.