An ecological disaster landed in Montana last November, when tests confirmed the existence of invasive Quagga mussels in the Tiber Reservoir, 80 miles north of Great Falls.
The mussels present a serious ecological and economic threat to Montana. It's another chapter to an invasive nightmare, which has decimated native fish populations and damaged dams and other aquatic infrastructure, across the country.
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I was offered a cancellation hunt through an outfitter, after a client backed out, and had very little time to plan such a massive hunt.
I was packed and headed to Alaska a month later. Presenting Into Alaska...
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In the upcoming months tag applications are due across many western states.
Hunters across the country, including us at onXmaps, are already dreaming about seeing the word successful next to their drawing statuses.
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For all Chip users looking to improve their mapping experience, onXmaps has exciting news. Now all active HUNT Memberships will include Chip Updates at no additional cost.
The GPS Chip combined with access to the HUNT Membership for Mobile and Computer allows users to use every platform onXmaps offers...
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The Capitol building in Helena, Mont. was a sea of camo and blaze orange during the rally for public lands on Monday afternoon, January 30, 2017.
Hunters, cowboys, hikers and other outdoor enthusiasts packed together, elbow to elbow, with signs and banners all condemning the sale of federal public lands...
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The bull was over 500 yards away, trailing a small herd of cows. Too far for my rifle. I swapped rifles with Dylan, knowing his 7mm would get the job done.
I pulled the bipod legs out and laid prone in the dirt...
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Dad has a patience for deer and the woods unmatched for society and crowds. I was beyond excited when he bought his tag for Montana. I had not hunted with him in five years and would finally get to show him what the snow covered peaks of Montana had to offer.
He walks slow in the woods. A kind of slow which only comes with age and experience.
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The holiday season is rearing its daunting head, which means planning gifts for the hunters in your family. Gift planning doesn’t have to be an arduous journey through shopping centers and online advertisements, however.
We have compiled a list of 10 gift ideas for the outdoorsmen and women in your family.
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Hunters were the providers for the first Thanksgiving and to commemorate their contributions hunters should try and stay out of the grocery store this year and look to nature’s pantry for an authentic feast.
Luck permitting of course.
Click Read More to learn how to make some amazing wild game meals, with recipes for Thanksgiving!