Montana Master Hunter Program

One Montana’s Master Hunter Program is accepting applications October 1, 2020 – November 30, 2020 for our 2021 classes. Since 2018, the Master Hunter Program has been offering sportsmen the opportunity to further their depth and understanding of various hunting topics. The Master Hunter program is an advanced hunter education program for hunters who understand…

Montana Master Hunter Program

One Montana’s Master Hunter Program is accepting applications October 1, 2020 – November 30, 2020 for our 2021 classes. Since 2018, the Master Hunter Program has been offering sportsmen the opportunity to further their depth and understanding of various hunting topics. The Master Hunter program is an advanced hunter education program for hunters who understand…

Mixed General Hunt Success in SW MT

Montana’s general hunting season for deer and elk began Saturday, with lower-than-average hunter participation in some areas of southwest Montana due to challenging weather and travel conditions, similar to 2019. Wildlife biologists with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks operated five check stations over the weekend, observing a total of 1,039 hunters. Biologists use check stations…

Mixed General Hunt Success in SW MT

Montana’s general hunting season for deer and elk began Saturday, with lower-than-average hunter participation in some areas of southwest Montana due to challenging weather and travel conditions, similar to 2019. Wildlife biologists with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks operated five check stations over the weekend, observing a total of 1,039 hunters. Biologists use check stations…

Region 7 Hunter Efforts

Montana’s big game hunting season arrived with bitter cold over the weekend of Oct. 24 and 25, likely prompting many hunters to stay home a bit longer. Traffic at big game check stations throughout southeastern Montana was down for the opener. Those who did get out enjoyed their time and some success in the field.…

Region 7 Hunter Efforts

Montana’s big game hunting season arrived with bitter cold over the weekend of Oct. 24 and 25, likely prompting many hunters to stay home a bit longer. Traffic at big game check stations throughout southeastern Montana was down for the opener. Those who did get out enjoyed their time and some success in the field.…