• Anglers Can Help Prevent AIS

    Anglers Can Help Prevent AIS0

    Anglers Can Help Prevent AIS Aquatic invasive species (AIS) threaten Montana’s waterways and fisheries. AIS are plants, animals and pathogens that are not native to Montana and cause harm to Montana’s native plants, animals and fish. AIS populations can reproduce quickly and spread rapidly because there are no natural predators or competitors to keep them

  • 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


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