Public lands, hunting
Nicole Qualtieri
Optimizing your public-land hunt.  
Bow Hunting, Rifle Hunting, Bozeman, Montana
Kurt Dehmer
Which method is supreme? 
Fall Hunting, Bozeman, Montana
Drew Pogge
Because nothing good comes easy. In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity. —Albert Einstein Read more >>
Rifle Remodel, Montana Hunting
England, Mike
There are many like it, but this one is (still) mine. Read more >>
Illustration by Blaise Arsenault
the editors
Hunting is important to the Montana way of life, but its controversial nature leaves a dark cloud hanging over it. Often, poachers and hunters are lumped into the same category—wanton killers—by non-hunters. Read more >>
winter, waiting, Outside Bozeman, Montana
Tom Reed
Waiting out winter.
Hunting Advice, Bozeman, Montana
the Editors
Advice for the fall season.
Hunting dogs, dogs, hunting, Bozeman, Montana
Lorton, Isaac
Comparing hunting breeds.
Shooting, target practice, Bozeman, Montana
Urie, Wendi
Tips for responsible target practice.
Bow hunting, Bozeman, Montana, rollerblading
Joe King
Hunting the urban interface.
Photo by Steven Drake
Lewis, Jimmy
Among Bozeman’s eclectic array of outdoor passions and pursuits, it pays to prioritize deer and elk hunting—nothing else can result in the kind of ongoing material gain Read more >>
Slepian, Maggie
It was a clear December afternoon when Linda took Daisy for a walk on a familiar trail. Daisy was sniffing around—off trail but within sight—when she leapt into the air, yelping, thrashing, and biting her front leg. Read more >>
Smell 'em if you got 'em
Maas, Tammy
The musty truth behind big-box hunting apparel.
England, Mike
Gear and apparel for the hunt.
Slepian, Maggie
Before a hunting excursion, mountaineering expedition, or even a simple road trip, there’s a certain romance in spreading out a map and plotting your journey. Read more >>
Funke, Don
Mostly what I hunt for is connections. I wander around the mountains, prairies, and marshes looking for something I must have lost. There are connections to the natural cycles of the seasons. There are connections to my hunter/gatherer past. Read more >>
Lou Walters
 A friend of mine gives me a hard time for hunting deer and elk, because—unlike bears or wolves—they cannot hunt back. He says it isn’t manly if there isn’t an equal chance the prey can kill you. I always say it depends on how you cook them. Read more >>
Sinay, Ken
By the 1880s, irresponsible land use, over-harvesting for sport, and simple ignorance contributed to a decline in wildlife in North America. For many species, extinction was a real possibility—and for some, such as the passenger pigeon, it actually occurred. Read more >>
Jones, Andrea
Falling leaves, shorter days, and that certain chill in the air are all signs of the seasons changing. At Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, “seasons changing” takes on a different meaning altogether.Season Setting Read more >>
Pogge, Drew
Asking permission to hunt private property is kind of like asking someone for a first date: you don’t know what to expect, whether it’ll be worth the effort, or if the other person is going to come after you with a shotgun shouting expletives about property rights and liberal Bozeman city-folk. Read more >>
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