Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Havre hunter check station has been operating for five weeks so far for the 2017 hunting season.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ hunter check station was fairly active over the weekend general deer and elk opener, with an increase of hunters.
Each fall tens of thousands of Montana men and women spend anywhere from a few hours to a several weeks hunting. Most have a wonderful time.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reminds hunters and all outdoor enthusiasts to be good stewards of the land, and respect both private and public property.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are seeking any information regarding multiple mule deer killed in McCone County on Oct. 14.
Local organizations are teaming up to provide a public “sight-in day” at the VCRPC shooting range starting at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 14.
Hunters must do their part to prevent wildfires and to keep themselves safe by following these fire safety precautions…
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunter Education course dates have been set for the last courses in the Glasgow area for this year.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program is sponsoring two beginning kayaking classes, on August 26 and 27.
A Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Hunter Education course has been set for Wednesday, July 12, from 5:30-8:30 p.m. All hunter education classes are free.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Bowhunter Education course dates have been set for the last courses in the Glasgow area for this year.
As part of an ongoing interagency program to monitor grizzly bears, officials will again begin seasonal scientific capture operations this month.
Warmer temperatures and melted ice mean the annual walleye spawning operation on Fort Peck Reservoir getting into full swing.
Montana FWP will host an open house on April 12 to discuss the upcoming watercraft inspection season, new regulations, and Local Boater program.
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks warn with the recent hour time change, many folks who are commuting are now an hour “forward” and may see more activity.
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.
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.
Montana’s 2016 hunting and fishing licenses go on sale Now, under a new fee structure passed by the state legislature. Licenses will be available at all Montana FWP license outlets.
The final results are in at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Havre check station for the 2015 hunting season.
The driver of the vehicle, Robert Greenfield, 46, of Chinook, WA, was charged with unlawful possession and transportation of a game animal.
The big game general hunting season closed on Sunday evening with higher numbers than last season of hunter trips, harvested animals and percentages of hunters with game in west-central Montana.
-Headed into the final week of the season, big game harvest is ahead of last year’s pace in west-central Montana.
Investigators retrieved the carcass on November 6, 2015 and estimate that it died sometime between November 3 and 5 from a gunshot wound.
Elk and white-tailed deer harvest is up and mule deer harvest is lower than last year after the first two weeks of the general big game hunting season in west-central Montana.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the Bureau of Land Management would like outdoor enthusiasts to be “Bear Aware,” even in Region 6.