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MEWMment is dedicated to protecting the tools used by the professional wildlife biologists to ensure Montana’s sustainable wildlife populations.
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The Montana Trappers Association is a proud sponsor of Miss Rodeo Montana Inc
- Youth Trapper Camp
A tri-agency endeavor between the Montana Trappers Association, Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks and Montana 4-H.
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NO on I-169
Montanans for Effective Wildlife Management is dedicated to protecting the tools used by the professional wildlife biologists to ensure Montana’s sustainable wildlife populations.
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Youth Trapper Camp
Pre-registration and application requests for the 15th Annual Camp are in progress. The 3 day, family oriented camp will be held in BeaverCreek Park - south of Havre, Montana.
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FWP Trapping Info
Furbearer Trapping And Harvest Reports
|State Furbearer Newsletter|
Montana's Furbearers Wildlife Management
|Fur animals have long influenced human culture and survival. Native Americans utilized furbearing animals for meat and the insulating qualities of their pelts as protection from the cold Montana winters.||Hunting and trapping were the primary ways that humans provided food, clothing and shelter. This heritage and the tradition of hunting, as old as humans themselves, is still strong today.|
Fur Trade History Kid's Korner
|The fur trade was one of the earliest and most important industries in North America. The fur trading industry played a major role in the development of the United States and Canada for more than 300 years.||Want to learn more about wildlife and the furbearers? Print up interactive materials here.|