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Glasgow's Home Run Pond will open for the winter on Saturday, Jan. 13.
(Region 6 - Public Lands Restrictions, Closures & Reopenings - 11/29/2006)
Results at the six northwest Montana check stations indicated that the 2006 big game season ended on a strong note for whitetail deer hunters. In total, hunters checked 1,938 whitetails, the highest number since 1996.
(Region 1 - Headlines - 11/29/2006)
While white-tailed deer harvest matched last year, both mule deer and elk harvest was up this fall in Region 6.
(Region 6 - Headlines - 11/29/2006)
Hunters owe their harvested game - and the law - the respect of consumption
(Region 6 - Headlines - 11/29/2006)
The number of big game animals taken continued to be high through the end of the season, even though hunter numbers remained below average.
(Region 5 - Headlines - 11/29/2006)
The fall big game hunting season has ended and the Hysham check station harvest numbers were very similar to the 2005 season. The check station at the Hysham rest area along Interstate 94 was open all but one weekend since the beginning of the antelope rifle season. The Hysham check station is the primary location in Region 7 to gather harvest and biological data from hunters throughout the season.
(Region 7 - Hunting - 11/29/2006)
MT, Fish, Wildlife and Parks commission has approved an archery only special anterless mule deer hunt in and adjacent to the town of Colstrip, MT. Hunters must possess a 2006 conservation license, a special anterless mule deer license, an anterless mule deer “B” license or a deer “A” license. Two hundred (200) special anterless mule deer licenses will be sold on a first come, first serve basis through FWP’s automated license system (ALS) beginning Friday, December 1, 2006. Archers may purchase the special l
(Region 7 - Headlines - 11/28/2006)
The Dec. 7 meeting of the Missouri Breaks Elk Working Group will review the recently completed big-game season and discuss options for game-damage seasons later this winter.
(Region 6 - Headlines - 11/28/2006)
Montana’s 2006 general deer and elk rifle season are history and no damage hunts are planned, though that could change.
(Region 4 - Headlines - 11/27/2006)
With the end of the 2006 general deer and elk rifle season, it’s time to look at the numbers in north central Montana and figure out how the hunting season went.
(Region 4 - Headlines - 11/27/2006)


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