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Wildlife Management Area

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Nevada Lake Wildlife Management Area small mammal  - Nevada Lake Wildlife Management Area small mammal trapping 2006
 
Open: May 15 - Dec 2
Size: 740 acres
Elevation: 5203 ft
Nearest Town: Wolf Creek

Opens noon on May 15.



Management Goal
Management Goal

Maintain and enhance winter range for elk and mule deer

Directions
Directions

Beside the Nevada Lake Reservoir between Avon and Helmville - From Avon: drive Highway 141 to Nevada Lake Reservoir. Park at the dam and walk in on the north side of the road.
(Lat 46.813, Lng -112.799)

Contact Information
Contact Information

Jay Kolbe
PO Box 1288
Seeley Lake, MT   59868
(406) 499-2356
jkolbe@mt.gov

Hunting/Trapping Opportunities
Hunting/Trapping Opportunities
Black Bear Go To Field Guide Field Guide Go To Hunting Guide Hunting Guide
Blue Grouse Go To Field Guide Field Guide
Elk Go To Field Guide Field Guide Go To Hunting Guide Hunting Guide
Mule Deer Go To Field Guide Field Guide Go To Hunting Guide Hunting Guide
Ruffed Grouse Go To Field Guide Field Guide
White-tailed Deer Go To Field Guide Field Guide Go To Hunting Guide Hunting Guide
Hunting Access System
Hunting Access System

No motorized vehicles allowed.

Restrictions & Closures
Restrictions & Closures
Management Restriction
CLOSED (12/1 - 5/14)
Closed to protect wildlife during the critical winter period.
Seasonal Restriction
OPEN (5/15 - 11/30)
Opens noon on May 15.
Activities
Activities
  • Camping
  • Picnicking
  • Hiking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Wildlife Viewing
  • Hunting
  • Photography
Sanitation/Water
Sanitation/Water
  • Difficult Accessibility
    Pack in/Pack out
Trail
Trail
  • Hiking Trail
  • Horseback Riding Trail
Wildlife Viewing
Wildlife Viewing

These locations represent physical occurrences (visually confirmed) within the boundaries of the site. Many more species may be present in the area which are not listed because we do not have a visually confirmed record. If you would like to report a species sighting, a form is available.

Abundance Codes
Common Abundance = Common   Uncommon Abundance = Uncommon   Rare Abundance = Rare  
Incidental Occurrence = Incidental   Historic Occurrence = Historic Occurrence   Abundance Unknown = Unknown Abundance