In this issue:
Affable Authority: FWP game wardens mean business. But with a nod and a smile. Read more >>
Just One Bugle: We listen to screams all right, but they’re not from elk. Read more >>
Running the Duck Factory: How Montana manages its nationally significant (but often unrecognized) waterfowl populations. Read more >>
We Lucky Few: Let’s pause the gloom-a-thon for just a moment to remember that we getto hunt in Montana. Read more >>
Mastering Block Management: No one ever said having 8 million acres of private land to hunt would be easy. Read more >>
The Judith Turns 75: Montana’s popular wildlife management area system celebrates its diamond anniversary with the acquisition that started it all. Read more >>
Montana Outdoors Portrait: Engelmann Spruce. Read more >>
Our Point of View: Handbooks of Hunting Opportunities. Read more >>
Eating the Outdoors: Crispy Pheasant Breasts in Gin Cream. Read more >>
FWP At Work: Dave Hagengruber. Read more >>
Back Porch: Bowhunting’s “Infinity of Contraptions.” Read more >>
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