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Region 7 Block Management

New Region 7 BMA

Osmo Farms, BMA #301 in Custer County — Type 2 BMA - for permission, contact MT FWP R7 Block Management, Monday - Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm mountain time.

Block Management Regions

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Block Management Contact:
  • Region 7 Block Management Program
  • 352 I-94 Business Loop
  • PO Box 1630
  • Miles City, MT 59301
  • (406) 234-0930

Spring Turkey Maps

Hunting Access Guide

The 2018 Hunting Access Guide will be available by August 15, 2018.

Order an Access Guide

You can order an access guide between June 1 and December 31. Guides will be shipped beginning August 15.

View Access Guide

Region 7 Maps

The interactive mapping system will be available August 15th each year.

2017 Statistics

315 cooperators have enrolled over 2.20 million acres to form 257 Block Management Areas.

2017 Summary

In 2017, there are 257 Block Management Areas (BMA’s) that provide access to over 2,200,000 acres of private, state, and federal lands. Similar to other FWP Regions, Region 7 (R7) has Type 1 and Type 2 BMA’s, which give hunters flexibility in gaining permission. About one-third of Region 7 BMA’s are Type 1 and two-thirds are Type 2. In general, Type 1 BMA’s allow the hunter to administer their own permission, while Type 2 BMA’s require obtaining permission from the landowner or a representative. Regardless of permission type, please keep in mind that BMA’s are comprised wholly or partially of private lands. As a hunter you have the privilege to access these lands and your behavior will play an important role in the future of Montana’s hunting heritage. Good luck and be safe!

The Region 7 staff encourages hunters to share their experiences on specific BMA’s. Please return comment cards to sign-in boxes and/or mail in the self-addressed, postage paid comment cards. These comments are used to improve the program as well as to show your appreciation to cooperating landowners. Pictures from your hunt are also an effective way to share your experience and can be emailed to Along with comment cards, the pictures will be shared with the landowners to express your gratitude.