Surplus nonresident tags go on sale

2014-05-14T15:02:00Z Surplus nonresident tags go on sale The Billings Gazette

Nonresident hunters can now choose among Montana deer, elk and big game combination hunting licenses to purchase online or over-the-counter at any Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks office.

The surplus licenses, good for antlered deer and elk in most hunting districts, can be used statewide during the general hunting season.

First-come, first-served nonresident surplus hunting licenses now available include: Montana’s big game combination license for $971, the elk combination license for $821, and the deer combo for $575. Montana’s nonresident combination hunting licenses allow hunting for deer and/or elk and include season conservation, fishing and upland game bird licenses; and the hunting-access enhancement fee.

The archery season runs Sept. 6-Oct. 19. The general big game season runs Oct. 25-Nov. 30.

For more information on these Montana nonresident hunting licenses, visit FWP's website at Click "Nonresident Surplus Combo."

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