Permission Granted: How To Earn Private-Land Access for Hunting and Fishing

As a fly-fishing guide in Montana, I made a living on one of the country’s most prolific public river-access programs. The rivers I called home, like the Clark Fork and Bitterroot, wound through sprawling private ranches, but thanks to Montana’s stream access laws, I was legal to fish — but hunting these river bottoms for the great whitetails and waterfowl

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How To Deal with Trespassers on Private Hunting Land

Realizing that someone has been trespassing on your hunting property is not a good feeling. This year after gaining permission to hunt a piece of land, I went to scout it in preparation for a friend coming to hunt. There were multiple trail cameras and a ground blind set up. After confirming that the owner had not left anything out,

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All for private hunting users, all for their victory

photo: Semina Mikhail The size of the annual fee will now have to be specified directly in the hunting agreement, and the responsible state authorities will buy medicines for animals. “We are starting to implement plans to change the legislation on hunting. In recent years, they did not occur. Now, a lot due to the fact that the working group

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