Real Montana Hunting

Out here, we’re serious about our game

If there’s one word people associate with Montana besides Yellowstone, beautiful, and cold, it’s hunting. Montana has over 30 million acres of uninhabited public lands with ample hunting opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. You’ll find Rocky Mountain elk and deer in abundance as well as waterfowl and predators.

To get going on all your hunting adventures, you’ll need a general big-game or species license as well as a permit allowing you to hunt in a specific area or a specific type of animal. Explore the links on this page to learn everything you’ll need to know to start your Montana hunting adventure.

Gone Fishing?

For the days when you want to give your gun a rest and pick up your pole, visit one of the many places where fishing in Montana is a dream come true.

Explore Fishing
Two men, one wearing a cowboy hat, wade up to knee height in the middle of a river while fly fishing on a sunny day in Great Falls, MT


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