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Some Surplus Licenses Available Aug. 25 For Sale Over The Counter

The remaining Deer B and Elk B licenses left over from the new surplus list opportunities has become available Tuesday morning, Aug. 25 as over-the-counter sales (OTC). Purchases can be made at any license provider as well as online at:...

 

Walleye Egg Harvest Down At Fort Peck Reservoir

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks recently completed the annual walleye spawning operation on Fort Peck Reservoir, and even though late ice-off impacted the success of this year’s effort, FWP will maximize fingerling walleye production. Additionally,...

 

Upper Missouri River Paddlefish Lottery Tag Application Deadline March 30

Paddlefish anglers planning to fish in the Upper Missouri River (From Fort Peck Dam to Fort Benton) will need to apply for an Upper Missouri River Paddlefish Tag. Applications are available to apply by mail, online at fwp.mt.gov, or by stopping by...

 

Youth-only Deer Hunt Comes Just Before General Season Opener

Montana’s annual youth-only deer hunt set for Oct. 20-21 will come a week earlier this year. The two-day youth hunt is open to: legally licensed 12-15 year olds who have completed hunter education and who are accompanied by a non-hunting adult at...

 

Deer & Elk Permit Applications Avail.

Montana’s new 2015 hunting and fishing year begins March 1. Licenses will go on sale—and applications for resident and nonresident deer and elk hunting permits will be available—Jan. 26. Deer and elk permit applications and information will...

 

Fish-Consumption Advisory Below Oil Spill In Yellowstone River

BILLINGS— Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has issued a consumption advisory for fish caught in the Yellowstone River in the area of a Jan. 17, 2015, oil spill west of Glendive. People who have caught fish in the Yellowstone River between the spill...

 

FWP Surveys Hunters and Landowners on Wildlife Disease

State wildlife officials have embarked on an extensive survey of hunters and landowners to determine their opinions about Chronic Wasting Disease, a rare brain disease that is always fatal in deer, elk and moose. CWD belongs to a family of diseases...

 

FWP Surveys Hunters and Landowners on Wildlife Disease

State wildlife officials have embarked on an extensive survey of hunters and landowners to determine their opinions about Chronic Wasting Disease, a rare brain disease that is always fatal in deer, elk and moose. CWD belongs to a family of diseases...

 

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