General Hunting Season Winding Down

HELENA, Mont. (NMB) – Montana’s general hunting season is winding down and concludes November 28th

Hunters still have time to harvest deer and elk across Montana, and additional opportunities are new this year as well. The new muzzleloader heritage hunting season runs December 11-19. Any unused license or permit that is valid on the last day of the general season remains valid during the muzzleloader heritage season, which has specific regulations. The nine-day season was established when House Bill 242 was passed in the 2021 Legislative Session.

Check stations are open on weekends during hunting season from 10 AM to approximately 1.5 hours past sunset.

Hunters must stop at all check stations that they pass, even if they have not harvested any animals.

Courtesy of FWP

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