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Hunting in the West has a rich history of tradition and necessity. With an abundance of diverse wildlife and expansive hunting terrain on both public and private lands, Western Montana’s Glacier Country is prime for the hunt. From trophy elk, deer and antelope to black bear, bighorn sheep and upland fowl, there’s something to satisfy nearly everyone and every hunt.Hunting outfitters and guides are available to help you plan your world-class hunting expedition in Glacier Country.
For more information on Montana hunting seasons, hunting regulations, and how to apply for a hunting license; visit Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks.
Download the MyFWP app, a simple, easy way to store and display licenses, permits, and digital carcass tags, known as E-Tags, which can be used in the field without cell service.
Three rivers and seven wilderness areas meet in Missoula, Montana, a small town with enormous personality. Visit Missoula and experience it for yourself.
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