• 2016 Deer, Elk And Antelope – March 15 Deadline0

    Outdoor Hunting Enthusiasts – March 15 is the deadline to apply for Montana’s 2016 deer and elk hunting permits. An updated and easy-to-use 10-page application packet is available online at fwp.mt.gov. 2016 Deer, Elk and Antelope Regulations are also available online. New this year are antlerless elk permits in select hunting districts in FWP regions

  • Female Mountain Lion Hunting Closed In District 2400

    Tuesday, February 16, 2016 The hunting of female mountain lions in southwestern Montana hunting district 240, which include portions of Missoula and Ravalli counties, closed at one-half hour after sunset on Sunday, Feb. 14, 2016. The closure notice for the hunt came shortly after Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials received word that the pre-established

  • Celebrate the Beauty of Winter with Winter Trails Day0

    Dillon, Mt., February 8, 2016—Looking for a fun family activity to enjoy in our local winter wonderland?  Join the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest on Saturday, February 20 to celebrate “Winter Trails Day.” At Elkhorn Hot springs north of Polaris. Forest Service employees and volunteers will lead ski and snowshoe tours in the Elkhorn area departing from

  • 2016 Hunting & Fishing Licenses On Sale Monday With Change In Fees0

    http://fwp.mt.gov/news Montana’s 2016 hunting and fishing licenses go on sale Monday, Feb. 1, under a new fee structure passed by the state legislature. Licenses will be available at all Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks license outlets. This year hunters must purchase a new “base hunting license” that is a prerequisite to buying any state hunting

  • Avalanche Danger in SW Montana Mountains0

        Dillon, Mt., January 28, 2016—Ten people have died in avalanches across the Western U.S. in the past twelve days. A layer of weak sugary snow at the base of the snowpack exists across the mountainous areas around southwest Montana. Another layer of concern exists within the top foot or two of the snowpack. These

  • Snoflinga Winter Festival opens Friday in Butte0

    The inaugural Snoflinga Montana Winter Festival will begin Friday in Butte. The three-day festival, which is named after the Swedish word for “snowflake,” includes cross-country skiing, ice skating, snow-shoeing, sledding, fat-tire bicycling, curling, recreational running and rail jamming. All events are free to anyone who registers online. Snoflinga gets underway with an opening ceremony from


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