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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks :: Hunting News (RSS)

Hunters can donate game meat through Hunters Against Hunger program - Local food pantries across the state are preparing to receive donations from the Hunters Against Hunger program.
Donate a hunting license to disabled veterans armed forces members - Montana law allows residents and nonresidents to donate their hunting license to a disabled military veteran or disabled active duty service member.
Youth-only deer hunt comes just before general season opener - Montana’s annual youth-only deer hunt is set for Oct. 18-19 this year.
What you need to know about CWD in Montana - Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a contagious neurological disease that infects deer, elk and moose. It is always fatal and there is no known cure.
Donate a hunting license to disabled veterans armed forces members - Montana law allows residents and nonresidents to donate their hunting license and or special permit to a disabled military veteran or disabled active duty service member.
Hunters can donate game meat through Hunters Against Hunger program - Local food pantries across the state are preparing to receive donations from the Hunters Against Hunger program. The program, a partnership between FWP and the Montana Food Bank Network, allows hunters to donate a portion or all of their legally harvested big game animals to be processed free of charge. The meat is then provided directly to a local food pantry in the area.
TIP-MONT works 24-7 to stop poachers - Montana's outdoor crime-stopper help line, TIP-MONT, has an online option to report poachers and other hunting-season violators.
General Big Game Season Opens Oct. 20, A Few Key Things to Remember - Deer and elk hunters will take to the field Oct. 20 for the general big game season and they’ll all need to keep in mind a few important pieces of information.
Harvest reporting tool available on MyFWP portal - A new tool is available for hunters and trappers to report their harvest. The new tool can be accessed through MyFWP portal on the FWP website.
Youth-only deer hunt comes just before general season opener - Montana’s annual youth-only deer hunt is set for Oct. 18-19 this year.
What you need to know about CWD in Montana - Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a contagious neurological disease that infects deer, elk and moose. It is always fatal and there is no known cure.
Hunters Reminded of New Mule-Deer Permit Area Near Libby - Kalispell, MT — As general hunting season arrives in Montana, hunters are reminded of a new permit area for mule deer near Libby.
2018 Southeast Montana Big Game Hunting Forecast - Are you ready for hunting season? Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks can help. In addition to the following hunting forecast, FWP’s provides online information about hunting access, including our popular Block Management Program. Through the program, we coordinate with landowners to provide hunting access to more than 7 million acres of private land.
Archery hunter breaks arm in grizzly bear attack near Gardiner - An archery hunter was attacked by a grizzly bear Saturday near Gardiner, sustaining wounds to his arm and face.
Hunters are reminded to be cautious of mountain lions - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reminds hunters that mountain lions are also in pursuit of prey this time of year and are most active at dawn and dusk.
What makes a child ready to apprentice? - Since 2015, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has allowed children as young as 10 to hunt with a mentor for two seasons without completing Hunter Education. The decision of whether the child is ready to be an Apprentice Hunter is left up to the parents or guardians, but FWP offers some tips that may help them to make that decision, and to make the experience safe and positive.
Pheasant hunters should be prepared to encounter bears - In Montana, bear country can be anywhere in the western half of the state and sometimes beyond. In recent years, grizzly bears have shown up in prairie habitats east of the Rocky Mountain Front.
Hunter kills bear, wounds another on Blackleaf WMA - An archery hunter on the Blackleaf Wildlife Management Area killed a sow grizzly and wounded what is presumed to be her subadult cub on Wednesday morning. The cub was later found and euthanized due to the severity of its injuries.
Trapping Advisory Committee to meet October 6-7 - The Montana Trapping Advisory Committee will hold its third meeting Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 6 and 7 in Miles City at the Sleep Inn & Suites, 1006 S. Haynes Ave. Saturday’s meeting will start at 9 a.m., and Sunday’s meeting will start at 8 a.m.
FWP sets special archery deer hunt at Roundup - Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has scheduled a special archery-only hunt for property in and around Roundup to reduce the number of mule deer in town. Special tags for the hunt go on sale on a first-come first-served basis starting at 5 a.m. Oct. 2, 2018, online or at any license dealer.
Tips for hunters to make Block Management Program work for them - The 2018 Hunting Access Guide is now available, directing hunters to more than 7 million acres of private, state and federal lands enrolled in Montana’s Block Management Program.
Youth only pheasant, waterfowl hunt to open - Montana's young hunters will have the state’s waterfowl and pheasants pretty much to themselves this Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 22-23.
Youth only pheasant, waterfowl hunt to open - Montana's young hunters will have the state’s waterfowl and pheasants pretty much to themselves this Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 22-23.
Hunter bonus points & nonresident preference points available for purchase until Sept. 30 - Hunters who did not apply for this year’s special license drawings or who are new to hunting have until Sept. 30 to purchase bonus points to help in future drawings.
Hunters must be aware of CWD restrictions this hunting season - With hunting seasons underway, it’s important for archery hunters to keep in mind chronic wasting disease and carcass transport restrictions in portions of north-central and south-central Montana.


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