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Montana FWP 2014 Deer, Elk, Antelope

Montana FWP 2014 Deer, Elk, Antelope

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Montana FWP Regulations 2014
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Montana Hunting Regulations
DEER
ELK
 ANTELOPE
2014
 Apply for General Licenses, Special Licenses, and SuperTags Online:
fwp.mt.gov
What’s New?
See Page 11  for Details and Reminders
Elk
Cervus canadensis
Photo by Donald M. Jones
 
4 Turn In Poachers. Enough is Enough! Make the call: 1-800-TIP-MONT (1-800-847-6668)
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Subject Index
12-hour Closure. ..............................106
 A
 Airplane Spotting. ..............................13 Antelope Regulations. ................94-100 Antler/Horn/Skull Possession. ...........14 Archery. .............................................13 Archery Hunters
Hunter Orange ...................................14Bow and Arrow License..................107
 Areas Closed or Limited to Hunting and/or Methods for Big Game. .......16 Armed Forces. .................................106 Arti
cial Light. ....................................13 Availability of Licenses & Permits. ...109
B
Baiting................................................13Bear Country, Montana is. .................21Block Management. .........................112Bonus Point System. .......................109Bow and Arrow License. ..................107Bowhunter Education. .....................106Brucellosis. ......................................112
C
Camera Devices. ...............................13Check Stations. .................................14Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). .....15Conservation License. .....................106Contacts. .........................................113Crossbows. ........................................13
D
Deadlines.........................................109Deer B Licenses. ......................107-108Deer & Elk Regulations. ...............33-67Deer or Elk Permit. ...................107-108Disability, Hunters with a. .................111Disease or parasite transmission. ...112Dogs. .................................................13Drawing Applications. ......................109Drawing Statistics
Antelope..............................................93Deer. ....................................................31Elk . ...................................................32
Duplicate Bow Hunter Certi
cates. ..106Duplicate Certi
cates.......................107Duplicate License (Replacement)....109
E
Elk Drawing Statistics. .......................32Elk License. .....................................108Evidence Required of Game  Animal’s Sex and Species. .............12
F
Fees.................................................110Firearm Hunters.................................14Firearms. ...........................................13Furbearers, Classi
cation. .................15Furbearer Traps. ................................14
G
Game Calls. .......................................13Game Damage Hunt Roster Rules. .106General Regulations. .........................14General Information .........................112Glandular Scents. ..............................14
H
HAEF. ..............................................106Horn Possession. ..............................14Hunter Education. ............................106Hunter Education Requirements. ....106Hunter Orange Requirement. ............14Hunting Access Enhancement Fee. ..............................................106Hunting Bow. .....................................13Hunting District Regulations
Antelope...................................... 94
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100Deer & Elk. ...................................33-67
Hunting Hours..............................14
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119
I
Identi
cation Guide for Antelope, Deer and Elk. .................................19Inspection of Wildlife..........................14Internet (Online) Licensing. .............106
K
Kill Site Veri
cation. ...........................14
L
Landowner Preference. ...................110Laws and Regulations. ......................12Legal Descriptions
Antelope....................................100-105Deer and Elk. ...............................69-87Restricted Area Legal Descriptions. .............................16-17
License Availability Chart. .........114-115License Discount Opportunities. ......110License Validation and Tagging. ........12Littering. .............................................14
M
Maps
Antelope........................................88-92Deer & Elk. ...................................22-30
Methods & Means of Hunting. ...........13Motorized Vehicles. ...........................13Muzzleloader (requirements). ............13
N
Night Vision Equipment. ....................14Nongame Species, Classi
cation. .....15Nonresident, Obtaining a License. ..106
O
Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV). ..............14Off-Road Travel and Game Retrieval. 12Online Licensing. .............................106Out
tters and Guides.........................14
P
Party Applications. ...........................109Party Hunting. ....................................14Permit To Hunt From a Vehicle (PTHFV). .......................................111Permit To Modify Archery Equipment (PTMAE)......................111Pets & Parasites. .............................112Predators and Nongame Hunting. .....14Prerequisite Licenses. .....................106Private Land. .....................................12Public Land. .......................................12Public Roadways. ..............................14
R
Radio-Collared Animals. ..................112Railroad Access. ................................12Refund Policy. ..................................110Regulations and Laws. ......................12Reminders for 2014. ..........................11Replacement License(s). .................109Residency. .......................................106Resident. .........................................106Resident With a Disability Conservation License. ...................111Restitution..........................................15Restricted Area Legal Descriptions. ..16
S
Shotgun. ............................................13Simulated Wildlife. .............................15Skull Possession. ..............................14State Game Preserves. .....................12State School Trust Lands. .................12State Wildlife Management Areas (WMA). ................................12Stream Access...................................12Sunrise-Sunset Tables. ....................119SuperTag Lottery. ............................109
T
Tapeworm. .......................................112Traditional Handguns. .......................13Transport of Wildlife. ..........................15Tribal Land. ........................................12Two-way Communication. .................14
V
Visually Challenged Individuals. ......112
W
Waste of Game. .................................14Weapons Restrictions. .......................13Weed Control. ..................................112Weed-Free Hay. ..............................112What’s New and Reminders. .............11Wolves. ..............................................20
Y
Youth Age 11.....................................111Youth Hunter, Opportunities. .....110
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111
 
8 Turn In Poachers. Enough is Enough! Make the call: 1-800-TIP-MONT (1-800-847-6668)
The Hunter-Landowner Stewardship Project is a program designed to promote responsible hunter behavior and helphunters and landowners build effective relationships based upon mutual respect and understanding. The program is intended to reach an audienceof hunters and landowners. People who complete the program can receive a certificate, bumper sticker, and free cap.The voluntary information and education program is available at no cost.
Learn more and enroll today at fwp.mt.gov.
Click on “For Hunters” on the home page.
TOPICS COVERED:
Permission Fair Chase Livestock and Farm/Ranch Activities Game Retrieval What to Hunt and/or Harvest Reporting Violations Hunting Nongame Animals or Other Animals on Private LandHunting with Dogs Hunting on Public Land  Vehicle use Weeds LitterFire Danger Safety
Farmers and Ranchers
On behalf of Fish, Wildlife & Parks, and all Montana hunters,  we’d like to say “Thanks!”Thanks for providing habitat for Montana’s public wildlife resources, andthanks for opening your gates to resident and nonresident hunters.To report violations on private and public land dial
1-800-TIP-MONT

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