• Hunting numbers low in south central Montana for second weekend of general season0

    Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks http://fwp.mt.gov Monday, November 03, 2014 Hunting – Region 5 BILLINGS — The number of hunters who stopped at south central Montana check stations – and the percentage of hunters with animals – generally were very low during the second weekend of the 2014 general big-game season. At the Big Timber

  • Butte spring hunter education registration now open0

    Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will hold its spring Butte hunter education class beginning April 22 at Highlands College (formerly Montana College of Technology – 25 Basin Creek Road). Online registration is required, and students under 18 years of age must have the consent of a parent or guardian. Class times as follows: Tuesday, April

  • ‘Schmidt Happens’ sets presentation0

    Schmidt Happens Outdoors will hold a “Lord of the Rockies” presentation Saturday at the Butte Depot. Admission to the event, which begins at 6 p.m., is free. The presentation will include premier highlight video “Lord of the Rockies — 213 Season Hunting DVD.” The night will include a black bear calling demonstration by renowned calling

  • Pennsylvania man guilty of hunting violations in four counties1

    A Pennsylvania man was recently ordered to pay a total of $5,180 in fines and restitution for misdemeanor big-game hunting violations in four Montana counties. John Feucht, 29, of Camp Hill, Penn., pleaded guilty in Missoula County Justice Court in Missoula, Mont., to purchasing a resident license for non-resident use during the 2010 big game

  • Information sought in mountain lion poaching case0

    Earlier this week a young, female mountain lion was found shot and killed on Point of Rocks Road south of Whitehall in Madison County. FWP Enforcement is looking for help from the public in locating the person or persons responsible. Anyone with related information is asked to call (800) TIP-MONT. Callers may be eligible for

  • Spring turkey permit deadline is March 7th0

    Montana’s spring male turkey hunting season begins April 13, and the deadline to apply for a Montana spring turkey permit, needed for some areas, is March 7. Hunters need to apply for a special permit by March 7 to hunt turkeys in most of Region 3. Hunt areas needing a special permit fall within the


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