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Isaac Homestead

Wildlife Management Area

Site Facts

  • Open:Jan 1 - Dec 31
  • Size: 1169 acres
  • Elevation: 2644 ft

To provide an interspersion of habitat types that enhances wildlife abundance, particularly white-tailed deer and ring-necked pheasants, and to provide recreational opportunities.

Initially purchased in 1969, with additional purchases in 1970 and 1973. White-tailed deer, upland gamebirds, furbearers, and numerous small mammals are present year-round; mule deer and antelope are seen occasionally. Canada geese, mallards, wood ducks, and mourning doves nest on the WMA, while 16 other species of waterfowl, some shorebirds, raptors and about 100 species of songbirds can be found through much of the year.

Management Goal

Management Goal

To provide an interspersion of habitat types that enhances wildlife abundance, particularly white-tailed deer and ring-necked pheasants, and to provide recreational opportunities.

Directions

Directions

Located in Treasure County midway between Miles City and Billings, approximately 7 miles west of Hysham. Take Highway 311 from Hysham west for about 6 miles across the Yellowstone River bridge, proceed north on gravel by following the WMA signs.
(Lat 46.286 , Lng -107.316 )

Contact Information

Contact Information

  • John Ensign
  • FWP Region 7 Headquarters
  • PO Box 1630
  • Miles City, MT   59301
  • (406) 234-0900
  • jensign@mt.gov
Hunting Access System

Hunting Access System

Walk-in hunting from county road and WMA access road

Restrictions & Closures

Restrictions & Closures