Hunters get ready!
April 1st is almost here and that means it's time to get all your hunting gear all cleaned up and ready. Go and buy the newest hunting gear, tell your spouse or significant other that the new camo is an absolute must, and it will help with the hunt, right?
This is your reminder that you can apply for your deer and elk license on APRIL 1ST.
You can stop by the Montana FWP (Fish, Wildlife, and Parks) offices to apply for these licenses Monday through Friday 8 AM - 5 PM if you would like to apply in person. Otherwise, you can easily download the MyFWP App and have all of your permits, licenses, and other hunting-related information on your phone with you at all times.
DOWNLOAD THE MYFWP APP HERE
The good news is, the MyFWP app will work even if you DO NOT have phone service. This is incredibly handy, especially after you have tagged the kill of a lifetime and need to, by chance, show your license. You can just pull out your phone, show your legal documents, and be on your way to brag to your friends.
General deer and elk hunting season will start on October 21st, and run through November 26th. If this year is anything like last year, there could be snow on the ground by the first day of the season.
Archery season begins September 2nd and will go through October 15th.
Good luck this season hunters!
cc: Montana FWP
20 License Plates Banned In Montana
This is just a small glimpse at banned license plates in the state of Montana. There are well over 4000 that could be added to this list.
Now why some of these are banned is beyond me. I don't find any of them offensive, that's for sure; the state of Montana has the right to refuse:
"any combination of letters or numbers, or both, that may carry connotations offensive to good taste and decency or which are misleading or a duplication of license plates provided elsewhere."- Montana Motor Vehicle Department
What plates are banned in your state? Hopefully, they are not as picky as Montana.
3 Important Tips To Conserve Water In Montana
Spring and summer will be here before you know it, and many Bozemanites will start to work on their lawns, trees, shrubbery, flower, and vegetable gardens.
Of course, while there is a great amount of pride that people take when they put in long hours to enhance and improve their home's landscaping, there are some important things that you should know when it comes to not only helping conserve water in our area but also to make sure that you are in accordance with city guidelines.
The City of Bozeman
has lots of information on its website that will not only make sure you're up to date when it comes to city regulations but there are some great tips that can help you make sure that you're doing your part to make sure there is enough water for everyone.