Montana Hunting & Fishing Regulations

MT State Hunting and Fishing Regulations

Known as Big Sky Country, Montana has become a nationwide travel destination for every kind of outdoor adventurer. For hunters, it is, it is a backcountry dream, with millions of acres of public land. It is also filled with numerous big game, small game, upland bird, and waterfowl species. These include moose, bison, white-tailed deer, black-tailed deer, black bear, pronghorn, sheep, goat, wolf, mountain lion, furbearers, duck, dove, snipe, and crane.

While there are plenty of species of fish in Montana from walleye, king salmon, sockeye salmon arctic grayling, and channel catfish, the true prize is the trout. With over 450 miles of blue-ribbon trout streams, cool waters, and an annual mayfly hatching during the summer months, Montana is without question one of the foremost destinations for fly fishing anywhere in the United States.

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