If there’s a consensus about anything in Northwest fishing circles, it’s that steelhead and salmon deserve the highest respect. Their migrations up and down natal streams and survival in the predator-infested nightmare of the ocean set them a…
Professional cyclist Rebecca Rusch wanted to introduce people to her adopted hometown and her training grounds around Sun Valley, so she invited some fellow cyclists.
Most upland bird seasons open Sept. 1
Montana’s Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet Tuesday via telephone conference call to adopt the upcoming seasons’ waterfowl hunting regulations.
It was a little jarring at first when the group of tanned, dusty, “women of a certain age” cheerfully referred to themselves as “broads” as they gathered at the Lava Lake Trailhead on Friday.
HERON – A wannabe wilderness in Montana’s northwest corner has plenty of real wild country for those wishing a remote experience.
At many of the area’s reservoirs, fishing is sluggish thanks to the prolonged heat spell we’ve experienced.
Screw-top aluminum pucks packed with items that “could conceivably save your life” — that’s the premise of Survival Pucks.
Fly anglers can be a mercurial group. For instance, when they hook into a big trout they are all excited and quite happy. However, if they lose the fish they can turn sour quickly. When an angler loses several fish without landing one, his o…
If you want to cross the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park and are looking for more adventure than walking past the sign atop Going-to-the-Sun Road, take the trail over Gunsight Pass instead.
Free shooting event offered for Glasgow-area youngsters
Seven hunter education classes and a field day for adult online students are set for September in Yellowstone County.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will conduct brucellosis surveillance in the Bighorn Mountains by collecting blood samples from hunter harvested elk this fall.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s public access program, commonly known as the Private Lands Public Wildlife program, is a win-win for both hunters and landowners.
Antelope and deer numbers are down in northwestern Wyoming while elk numbers are thriving, according to the Wyoming Department of Game and Fish.
The popular Bozeman Creek/Sourdough Canyon Trail will be closed temporarily to all users from 6 a.m. Wednesday to 6 p.m. Thursday.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks game wardens are offering a reward for information about a mule deer buck that was illegally killed south of Columbus over the weekend.
MELROSE — Mountain goats, three crystal-clear lakes filled with trout, and a short side trip to see historic charcoal kilns are waiting for those willing to navigate a narrow mountain road into southwest Montana’s Pioneer Mountains.
Concerned that 10 years of work to remove brook trout from Soda Butte Creek has been ineffective, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials are considering poisoning about 12 miles of the stream just outside Yellowstone National Park to kill…
The Zeadow Clan from Townsend was the top team out of a field of 36 at the 2014 Camp-Mak-A-Dream walleye benefit at Canyon Ferry Reservoir on Aug. 2.
SUPERIOR – It’s humbling how many times you can miss the trail on a 2.5-mile hike.
Fences are not natural to wildlife.
The Montana Territory Peacemakers will be holding their monthly match at the Billings Rod and Gun Club on Saturday.
GLACIER NATIONAL PARK – Legend has it, park rangers opened the doors of the Ptarmigan Tunnel one spring to be greeted by a hungry – read, grumpy – grizzly bear. Seems the bruin had denned in the tunnel, not realizing there would be no escape …
The Upper Missouri River EarthCache Trail will formally open on Aug. 23 at 8:30 a.m. with a free 5-mile canoe trip to find cache sites.