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FWP Warns Western Montana Ice Fishing on Thin Ice

An abnormally warm February has led to dangerous lake conditions for ice fishing.

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UPDATE – FWP Identifies ‘Wolf’ Sighted on Mount Jumbo – PHOTOS

Researchers from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks have investigated recent sightings of wolves harassing elk on Mount Jumbo in Missoula and say that the pursuers appear to be a different type of canine.

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Fees Increase for Montana Hunting and Fishing Licenses

2016 hunting and fishing licenses went on sale today, February 1, and many hunters and anglers were surprised to find that prices have gone up since last year.

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Photo courtesy of Jon KIng
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2015 Hunting Season Best For White Tail Harvest Since 2008

Thanksgiving Weekend will signal the end of general rifle hunting season and according to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 2 Public Information Officer Vivica Crowser, this year is shaping up to be one of the best in the recent past...

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Officials Seeking Poacher of Two Mule Deer in Bitterroot, Carcasses Left to Waste

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is trying to find who is responsible for two poached deer in the southern Bitterroot.

"We had two mule deer does that were shot and abandoned up Rye Creek on Sunday, they were shot from the Rye Creek Road on private property and were just left there to waste," said Montana FWP Public Information Officer Vivica Crowser ...

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FWP Ends Search For Black Bear That Mauled Woman in Her Home

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks had been searching for a black bear near Kalispell that mauled 85-year-old Barbara Paschke in her home on September 28: an attack that led to her death a few days later, but today, FWP Public Information Officer John Fraley says they have decided to suspend the search.

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New Changes Proposed for Western Montana Fishing Regulations, FWP Asks for Ideas

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is thinking about changing up fishing regulations in Western Montana and they want feedback from the public.

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Photo courtesy Chung Sung-Jun/ Getty Images
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Montana FWP Asks Anglers for Oil Spill Fish, Warns Against Consumption

Their nets are in the Yellowstone river, but Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is having a difficult time assessing how the Bridger Pipeline oil spill is impacting local species...

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Deer Poached Near Stevensville School, Entrails and Antlers Removed But Meat Left

Game wardens are seeking information about a strange poaching incident that was discovered in Stevensville last Friday, December 12.

"There was a mule deer that was poached in Stevensville last week," said Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks spokeswoman Vivica Crowser...

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Black Bear Activity in Missoula Triggers Investigation

After a very close encounter between two six-year-old boys and a black bear in the Ranch Club neighborhood, Montana Fish, Wildlife in Parks has investigated to see if the bear poses a threat.

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