One destination is Montana’s Missouri River Country, offering wingshooters some great pheasanting and anglers a wide variety of species to pursue.
The Montana Hunting & Fishing News Magazine is offering an exclusive free look at their February 2017 issue online for Ammoland.com readers.
The 96 million acres of National Wildlife Refuge and Park Service lands at stake in this lawsuit cover an area slightly larger than Montana.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunter Education course dates have been set for the first courses in the Glasgow area for this year.
Choice Ammunition, a Montana based ammunition manufacturer, has signed on as the newest corporate sponsor for Safari Club International..
It is a criminal act in Montana for a person who is not licensed to practice law to hold himself out as an attorney and to provide legal advice or services….
A city or other local government entity is prohibited by Montana state law from enforcing a local regulation requiring background checks…
It’s time to start thinking about hunting season again, and getting your new fishing license for the year, starting Monday, Jan. 23.
While none of these bills are on the official Montana Shooting Sports Association legislative agenda, MSSA supports all four and urges your support as well.
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.
Following 35 years of legal, political battles over leases issued during the Reagan administration, a rugged 130,000 acres is nestled in Montana.
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.
It’s not too late to order and receive a copy of Gun Laws of Montana for a Christmas gift for someone (or several) you love this holiday season.
BHA’s Quiet Waters initiative is a proactive effort to address advancing motorized technology on one of Montana’s most valuable assets.
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’s Initiative 177 was soundly rejected by voters in the Gem State on the Nov. 8 ballot.
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.
We’re extremely pleased that the voters in Montana have seen through the shallow rhetoric from anti-trapping organizations about Initiative 177.
He was involved with working with multiple agencies, including FWP, to develop conservation easements for Farm Bill, state, and USFWS programs.
Mule deer harvest through the first two weeks was up slightly from last year, owing to a 50 percent jump in mule deer checked at Bonner so far this season.
What, people ask, is my personal take on the ballot issues that are on the 2016 ballot? In case you’re interested, here are my personal opinions.
As written, I-177, “generally prohibits the use of traps and snares for animals on any public lands within Montana,” with very narrow exemptions given.
Montana FWP would like to remind hunters and all outdoor enthusiasts to be good stewards of the land, and respect both private and public property.