Dawson Howe, 13, of Shepherd, shot this mule deer buck on opening day while hunting near Baker with his father and grandfather.To share your outdoor photo with Gazette readers, send a copy in an email to email@example.com and include your name, phone number, when the photo was taken…
BOZEMAN — With hopes of reducing hunting conflicts by encouraging better behavior, a citizen’s group has taken the first steps toward developing an educational and media campaign to encourage Montana hunters to use good ethics.
The last time I mentioned my black Labrador, Trouble, he was in the doghouse for not retrieving a Canada goose and shying away from retrieving a crippled mallard. I knew that most of the problem was that I haven’t trained Trouble very well, so that exonerated him somewhat. I decided to give…
The Rev. Jim Heiser of Sheridan, Wyo., poses with Trouble after a successful day of hunting.
HELENA — A Townsend outfitter who pleaded guilty in 2005 to illegal outfitting on a national forest now faces an 18-count indictment related to four mountain lions taken in Broadwater County in 2012, and a charge from 2014 for allegedly outfitting outside of his operation plan in Wheatland County.
HELENA — Bills that would legalize crossbows during archery season, allow hunters 62 or older to harvest antlerless elk and shift license revenue to access will receive their first hearings Thursday at the Capitol.
HELENA — A pair of bills that would ramp up penalties for a variety of hunting offenses by imposing two-year licensing bans will make their first appearances in legislative committees on Tuesday.
If the 112 bills awaiting possible drafting are any indication, it looks like the 64th Montana Legislature will once again focus its crosshairs on fishing, hunting and conservation issues.
In this 2007 photo Stormy proves she’s not afraid to fetch geese.
Father Jim Heiser holds a pheasant retrieved by Bob Krumm’s black Labrador retriever, Trouble.
In November, my friend Walt called asking for advice on getting a bird dog.
One factor I’ve seen recently that has the potential to spark heated discussion among hunters is unnecessary long-range shooting.
CASPER, Wyo. — Hunters have killed nearly 270 elk on the National Elk Refuge this season, the most in any other year since 2003.
Ted Barlow, 12, of Livingston bagged his first deer while hunting with his father, Mike Barlow, south of Livingston on Nov. 2.To share your outdoor photo with Gazette readers, send a copy in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name, phone number, when the photo was taken,…
Beginning Wednesday, big game hunting application information for Wyoming residents and nonresidents will be on the Game and Fish website at wgfd.wyo.gov.
Utah launched a hunter mentor program this season and early numbers show the program has been a modest success.
For some Utahns, taking hunter education is as much a family ritual as baptism, getting a driver license or graduating from high school.
Jason Gray said buying a Weyerhaeuser permit to hunt on the company's Washington property turned out to be worth it because he bagged a 4x5 bull elk.
Jason Gray wasn’t happy that he had to pay $150 for a Weyerhaeuser Co. access permit to go elk hunting in Washington recently.
Joleen Mallary, 12, shot her first deer with one shot from her 7mm-08 rifle on Nov. 1 while hunting with her grandparents, Rich and Terri Schneider.
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