Guidelines for hunting, fishing, trapping, recreating on Montana state trust land

 

Last updated 9/22/2022 at 12:38pm

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A bull elk bugles in the crisp fall air. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is reminding people who want to hunt or otherwise recreate on state trust land that specific rules and regulations apply to that land.

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

GLASGOW - Many people will likely hunt state trust land at some point during Montana's hunting season. These lands, which can provide great recreational opportunity, are managed by the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation for the benefit of the public schools and other public entities. In Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 in northeast Montana, large areas of state trust land are found in central Valley and western Daniels counties, as well as scattered across Blaine County.

Although state trust land is often considered simply as "public...



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