Montana Hunting News

Montana SuperTag Deadline is July 1
Eight lucky SuperTag hunters will win the chance to hunt a moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, elk, deer, antelope, mountain lion and bison in any legal district open for that species.
Montana Considers Wolf Season Changes
Montana's Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will be asked to consider a number of changes for the proposed 2010 wolf hunting season.
Montana FWP Clarifies New Regulation
A change in Montana's 2010 big game hunting regulations is causing confusion among some bow hunters.
Montana Adds New Opportunities for 2010 Season
Long time Montana hunters will notice a slightly new format in the state's 2010 big game hunting regulation booklet and find several new opportunities for deer, elk and antelope for the upcoming season.
Montana Law Allows Young Hunters to Get an Early Start
A new Montana law passed last year will allow some youths to start hunting before their 12th birthday.
Montana's Region 7 Hunter Ed and Bow Ed Classes
Currently, there are spring Hunter Ed classes scheduled in Miles City, Sidney and Hysham. Bow Ed classes are planned in Ashland, Forsyth and Broadus. Keep checking back for additional classes.
Montana FWP Seeking Input on Ice Fishing Fundraiser
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on the Jiggin' at Georgetown Fundraiser Feb. 27-28 sponsored by the Carroll College Outreach Team, a group of professors and students working to benefit impoverished communities in West Africa.
West Virginia Joins Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact
Game law violators in West Virginia could face additional consequences for their actions under an interstate agreement recognizing suspension of hunting, fishing and trapping licenses in other states.
Montana's 2010-11 Regulations Up for Review
Montanans will have an extensive opportunity to review and comment on 2010-2011 hunting regulations proposals by going on online now or by attending one of 46 public meetings beginning in January. The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission accepted the proposals on Dec. 10.
RMEF Continues Fight for Wolf Management
Responding to the latest legal wrangling by environmental groups, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation again has entered into federal court an amicus curiae brief supporting wolf population management via state-regulated hunting in Idaho and Montana.