The interactive mapping system for Block Management Areas is available each year from August 15th until the end of the hunting season.
Click on the map to go to the associated regional Block Management Area page.
During the hunting seasons, Harvest/Quota Status maps are available for the following species:
The Hunt Planner combines updated maps with hunting regulations and statistics. You can begin planning your hunt using either a regional map by species or go right to the hunting district information you are interested in. Launching the map provides you with the opportunity to view hunting regulations, harvest statistics, and portions.
If you have been accepted for a hunt, contact the appropriate region for additional details and maps.
Learn more about the Hunt Roster
Looking for maps for hunting districts? There are a couple of ways to find these maps:
The goal of the Open Fields program is to conserve CRP and other quality habitats on private lands while providing walk-in hunting opportunities for game bird hunters.
FWP’s Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) are managed with wildlife and wildlife habitat conservation as the foremost concern. WMAs protect important wildlife habitat that might otherwise disappear from the Montana landscape. They provide vital habitat for bear, bighorn sheep, birds, deer, elk, furbearers, moose, mountain goats, wolves and an array of other game and nongame wildlife.