Hunting and Fishing
You can hunt elk in the Bob Marshall Wilderness, antelope on the short-grass prairies, upland birds in the foothills, and moose in the low bogs of our rugged mountains. When it comes to wildlife diversity and hunting opportunities, Montana has something to satisfy nearly everyone. Hunting outfitters and guides are available to help you plan your adventure.
Montana is not only renowned for its "blue ribbon" fishing, but also for the entire outdoor experience it yields. Clear rushing streams, quiet rivers, and secret "cricks" flow through unrivaled landscapes, teeming with wildlife. Fish legendary rivers like the Madison, Gallatin, Yellowstone, Big Hole, Missouri or great reservoirs like Canyon Ferry, Fort Peck, Georgetown or the naturally formed Flathead Lake. Montana is home to several fish species, from the prehistoric paddlefish to the wild trout.