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    TAKE A SHOT AT THE DREAM

    Enter Montana's SuperTag Lottery

    You could win the hunt of a lifetime! Eight lucky hunters will win a SuperTag license. Chances are available for moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, antelope, elk, deer, bison, and mountain lion. One SuperTag will be drawn for each species.

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    ANGLER REMINDER

    Don't forget your AIS Prevention Pass

    The Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Pass was approved as part of Senate Bill 363 and is required for all anglers. The cost is $2 for residents and $15 for nonresidents.

    The AIS Prevention Pass is available at all Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks license providers and online. Anglers who have already purchased licenses will need to go online or to a license provider and purchase the new pass.

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    GAME DAMAGE ROSTER

    Register online starting June 15

    Hunters interested in participating in "game-damage" hunts on private land or possible management seasons this year have until July 15 to register online.

    Hunters from this roster may be identified for three types of hunts: game damage, management season and dispersal. The roster is used by FWP to efficiently respond to landowners in the prevention or reduction of damage primarily caused by deer, elk and antelope.

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    CHECK YOUR STATUS

    Drawing results available for Moose, Sheep, Goat & Bison Licenses

    The wait is over. Resident and nonresident hunters can use MyFWP to check their drawing results for Montana's moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat and bison hunting licenses.

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    BORN TO BE WILD

    They're sure cute, but please leave baby animals alone

    Each spring, FWP receives several calls from people who have picked up deer fawns or other wildlife.

    Remember, ALL wildlife and their young should be left in the wild. If you see a young animal alone or injured, whether a deer, a goose or a grizzly, keep your distance. Animals often thrive without our intervention, and their odds of surviving in the wild are much greater if they are left alone.

Permit drawing process continues:

The drawing for elk permits was restarted today due to a process error. The elk and deer permit drawing process started on Monday with non-resident big game combo licenses. If applicants are successful in the license drawing then they move into elk and/or deer permit drawings, which happens next. The multi-layered drawing process typically takes a few days to complete.

Barring any other unforeseen problems, we anticipate that results will be posted online by the end of the week. Thank you for your patience.

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