If you want to see proof of the old adage that 10 percent of the anglers catch 90 percent of the fish, go ice fishing with an expert.
HAMILTON — A Darby man will serve 14 days in jail for his part in what’s been called the largest bear poaching case in state history.
Turns out rabbits may be bigger food competitors for southern Utah cattle than bison.
RAPID CITY, S.D. — Dan Casey's wife thinks she knows why several hundred thousand people have watched the six-minute video showing her husband releasing a mountain lion from a trap in a wooded area west of Rapid City.
Golden eagles living in Wyoming’s northern Bighorn Basin are so dependent on cottontail rabbits as a food source that bunny abundance is a big driver of eagle reproductive success.
One of the foremost conservation organizations in North America is Ducks Unlimited.
From “smart” flashlights to mega-size shoes, the Outdoor Retailer trade show, held last week in Utah, is a twice-annual look at the latest in gear. Here are a half-dozen items that caught my eye.
With many winter recreational opportunities offered at Fort Peck Lake in the winter, Patricia Gilbert has some advise for visitors.
An autopsy performed on a 52-year-old Belgrade man who was found dead along a Yellowstone National Park ski trail Saturday confirmed the cause of death was hypothermia.
The 12th annual Dummy Jump is set for Feb. 21 at Big Sky Resort at 2:30 p.m. on the Ambush headwall.
The Mule Deer Foundation and conservation partners in Montana recently acquired more than 2,800 acres of land near Craig, protecting important habitat for wildlife and opening access for sportsmen and women.
Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking comment on a proposal to renew a cooperative grazing lease on 4,921 acres of the Beckman Wildlife Management Area and adjoining 2,695 acres of the Roe Ranch northeast of Denton.
During careers spanning four decades, naturalists and brothers Olaus and Adolph Murie studied elk, coyotes, bears, wolves and other wildlife in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks as well as elsewhere in the American West.
Now in its 10th year the Winter Wildlands Alliance Backcountry Film Festival, celebrating the human-powered winter experience, will be held on Feb. 11 at the Emerson in Bozeman.
The Yellowstone Pointing Dog Club will hold its annual organization meeting on Tuesday at Tiny's Tavern, 4th Ave. and 24th St. at 7 p.m.
Without passage of a bill that would increase hunting and fishing license fees, the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks could face a 20 percent budget cut that could result in the closure of hatcheries, regional offices and the lay…
The encroachment of a landowner’s garage onto a Forest Service road blocking access to public land on the Big Sky-area route has finally been resolved.
The Judiciary Committee took aim at a series of firearm bills during first readings in the Montana Legislature on Tuesday, including what seems to be an almost semi-annual submission dealing with gun suppressors.
The muzzleloader group at the Billings Rod and Gun Club will hold its monthly shoot on Sunday at 9 a.m.
Chris Fleck, owner of Stillwater Anglers in Columbus, will talk about "Learning to Love the Stillwater" on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Magic City Fly Fishers meeting.
Shovelnose sturgeon and emerald shiners that were netted by Fish, Wildlife and Parks personnel in the Yellowstone River downstream from a Jan. 17 oil spill will be tested at a Billings lab for exposure to petroleum chemicals.
The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission is seeking public comment on two sets of rules related to fees charged at state fishing access sites and wildlife management areas for commercial and noncommercial uses.
Montana's new 2015 hunting and fishing year begins on March 1. Licenses are on sale — and applications for resident and nonresident deer and elk hunting permits are now available.
Canyon Ferry: Rainbow trout continue to be caught from the Silos to Pond 4. Successful anglers are using black, green and orange ice flies or jigs tipped with maggots or worms. The yellow perch bite has slowed, but some fish are being caught …
BOZEMAN — Newly hatched pallid sturgeon are dying in an oxygen-depleted zone of Fort Peck Reservoir after hatching in the Missouri River and drifting downstream to the lake, according to recent research.