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Hunters interested in obtaining access to more than nine million acres of private lands enrolled in FWP's Block Management Program may contact the regional FWP office in the area where they plan to hunt, or check the "Hunting" pages on the FWP website at .
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/30/2011)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Block Management hunting access program is an important feature of the Montana hunting scene.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/30/2011)
Hunters—don't delay. Montana law requires hunters to obtain permission for all hunting on private land.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/30/2011)
All your friends have one and this is your year to purchase a Global Positioning System. Once you bring your new GPS unit home your first step will be to initialize it by inserting batteries and turning it on outdoors.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/30/2011)
A hunting map in the old days was a very private record. Well used maps bore the marks and notes of multiple hunts—and sometimes even notes on the results. Maps used year after year and had a certain patina from all that use. In a few lucky families, a hunting map might be passed from one generation to the next.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/30/2011)
It is easy for veteran hunters, dads and granddads to plan traditional hunts to favored spots. But sometimes, in the excitement, the needs of young hunters in the family may be overlooked.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/30/2011)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reminds parents of young hunters that a special two-day deer hunt for youth ages 12 to 15 is set this year for Oct. 20-21
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/30/2011)
Montana’s mule deer populations are generally at or below long-term averages across the state, especially in the eastern half of the state where the winter was particularly severe. White-tailed deer numbers are generally better, with good numbers in many locations except for areas in central Montana where deer experienced an outbreak of epizootic hemorrhagic disease late this summer.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/30/2011)
Montana’s elk hunters should experience some good hunting this year, especially in parts of western and central Montana, according to Quentin Kujala, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks wildlife section chief. FWP biologists annually survey the state’s elk populations post hunting season and again in spring after elk calves are born.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/30/2011)
• Average hen weight: 2—2.5 pounds
(Headquarters - Hunting - 09/30/2011)

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