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

Region 7 offers 50 Block Management Areas for 2020 spring turkey season - Hunters in Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 7 will have ample opportunities and many choices for where to hunt turkeys this spring, with 50 Block Management Areas allowing public access for turkey hunting.
Deadline for deer and elk permits is April 1 - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reminds hunters that the deadline to apply for deer and elk licenses for nonresidents and deer and elk permits for everyone is April 1. The purchase deadline for spring black bear is April 14 without a 24 hour wait. Hunters should apply now and not wait until the last minute. Hunters who are applying for special licenses or permits will need to do so online at fwp.mt.gov and will still need to have a valid email address.
FWP enrolling new landowners for Block Management - Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is enrolling new landowners in Region 7 who are interested in participating in the Block Management Program.
Hearing on replacement licensing rule changes switched to teleconference - The administrative rule hearing scheduled for Monday, March 23 at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks headquarters in Helena will now be a teleconference hearing.
Hearing on replacement licensing rule changes switched to teleconference - The administrative rule hearing scheduled for Monday, March 23 at Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks headquarters in Helena will now be a teleconference hearing.
FWP licensing call center extending hours of operation - Hunters and anglers who are purchasing licenses online and have questions for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks can take advantage of extended hours at the licensing call center now through April 1.
FWP licensing call center extending hours of operation - Hunters and anglers who are purchasing licenses online and have questions for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks can take advantage of extended hours at the licensing call center now through April 1.
FWP proposes amendments to hunting license replacement rules - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is looking to change the administrative rules governing license replacements for hunters and will hold a hearing on the changes March 23 in Helena.
FWP recognizes Block Management Program cooperators - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 7 took the opportunity in February to recognize the important contribution that area landowners make through their participation in the Block Management Program.
Hunting regulations available online - The 2020 Deer, Elk, Antelope, Black Bear, and Moose, Sheep, and Goat hunting regulations are available online.
Wild Turkey Hunters Face March 13 Deadline - Wild turkey hunters have until March 13 to apply for limited permits for the spring season in two north central Montana hunting districts.
FWP to host public meeting on 2020-21 mountain lion season in Region 3 - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will host a public meeting on Thursday, Mar. 5, to discuss mountain lion management and tentative quotas for the 2020-21 mountain lion hunting season in Region 3.
License year begins March 1, other changes for 2020 - As the current license year is winding down, hunters and anglers can look for a few immediate changes for the coming year.
FWP looks to improve customer service with two changes to 2020 licenses - Hunters and anglers can expect a few changes this year when they buy their 2020 licenses starting March 1.
FWP season setting public comment extended to Jan. 27, Commission meeting pushed back - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public input on hunting season proposals for 2020 and 2021 hunting seasons. Proposals are available for review and comment online.
Know the difference between swift foxes, coyotes and red foxes - Do you know the difference between a coyote, a red fox and a swift fox?
Hunting Season Proposals Out for Comment, 11 Meetings Set in FWP Region 4 - Fish, Wildlife & Parks has set 11 January meeting dates in Region 4, north central Montana, to discuss the tentative hunting regulations for the 2020 and 2021 hunting seasons.
Hunting Season Proposals Out for Comment; Nine Meetings Planned for West-Central Montana - Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) is seeking public input on hunting season proposals for the 2020-21 seasons through January 22, 2020. Proposals are available for review and comment online, and FWP will hold public meetings throughout the state to provide information and take public input.
FWP sets four south central Montana public meetings on hunting regulations - Four public meetings are scheduled in south central Montana in January to discuss hunting regulations and seasons for the next two years. During the meetings, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks biologists will accept comments on proposed changes in the regulations for the 2020 and 2021 hunting seasons.
FWP Region 3 announces season setting meeting schedule - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has begun its biennial season setting process and is seeking public input on proposed changes to hunting season structures.
Public meetings set for proposed hunting regulations for 2020-21 - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is requesting public review and comment on proposed hunting regulations for 2020-21. In FWP Region 7, public meetings are scheduled in January in Miles City and Glendive to outline both statewide and regional proposals for people who are interested in attending.
FWP to Host Public Meetings in Northwest Montana to Discuss Proposed Hunting Season Dates, Structure Changes - Kalispell, MT — Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is hosting public meetings across northwest Montana (Region 1) in January to discuss proposed hunting season dates and structure changes.
Big game hunting season wraps up in southeast Montana; fourth CWD positive found in region - The weekend after Thanksgiving brought more wintry weather for big game season-closing check stations on Sunday, Dec. 1. Hunter numbers were down from last year at two of three stations in Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 7, along with success rates.
2019 general hunting season wraps up in southwest Montana - Montana’s general hunting season ended Sunday evening with lower hunter numbers and varied success rates in southwest Montana during the season’s sixth and final weekend.
Hunter numbers, harvest fall in south central Montana as 2019 season ends - South central Montana check stations operated by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks saw hunter numbers and their harvest fall – to historic lows in some instances – for the final weekend of the 2019 general big-game season. Those numbers dragged season-long statistics down at all five locations.


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