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FWP Commission Gives Initial OK to Wolf-Hunt Plan

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks commissioners have given their initial approval to the 2012 wolf-hunt proposal that would allow trapping and eliminate quotas.

After a nearly four-hour hearing Thursday in which more than 60 people spoke, the commissioners voted to put the proposal out to public comment until June 25

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Montana Poachers Get Lifetime Hunting Ban

Two Montana men who hunted from a public highway and stalked game with a spotlight have been banned from hunting and fishing in the state for life.

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Get Kids off the Couch, Let Them Hunt

Our age restriction on hunting makes no sense. Children are currently able to particpate in all of the risks of hunting without any of the rewards. The system needs to change and here's how.

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At What Age Should Children be Allowed to Hunt?

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North Dakota Nonresident Any-Deer Bow Licenses All Issued

North Dakota's Game and Fish Department says all of the state's nonresident any-deer bow hunting licenses have been issued through a lottery drawing.

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Hunters Warned to Watch for Grizzlies in Montana

Montana wildlife officials are warning hunters and others to watch out for grizzly bears along the Beartooth Front west of Red Lodge.

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Deer are not so nervous in the spring. (KLYQ Photo)
Deer are not so nervous in the spring. (KLYQ Photo)
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Montana Hunters, Get Your Supertags!

Last year, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks sold almost 68,000 Supertag hunting chances for the hunting season.

Here’s what you can get – there are eight SuperTag licenses offered – for moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, elk, deer, antelope, mountain lion and bison

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Shed Horn Treasures

It’s that time of year again, the time of year when the snow starts to thaw and hunters get itchy. You may be thinking, archery season doesn’t start until September, what is she talking about? We’ll it’s not the hunting season where you stalk and kill your big game trophy. The hunting season I’m talking about it shed horn hunting.

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The Wolves Got Away, Montana Hunting Quota Not Met

Wolf season ended yesterday for Montana and along with the last day of hunting came the news that Montana failed to meet its wolf hunt quota.

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Important Preseason Dates for Hunters

Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks is trying to alert all hunters to some key changes in the 2012 preseason calendar. One of the biggest changes is that the deadline for residents and nonresidents to apply for deer and elk permits has been moved up to March 15. Drawings for those permits will now occur in mid-April instead of July.

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