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Christmas tree permits are free in 2020, and each permit allows up to three trees to be cut. Please display your permit on the dashboard of your vehicle when you go out to harvest the tree(s). Permits are good for all National Forests in Montana. Please observe the regulations and guidelines below; it is your responsibility to know where you can and cannot harvest National Forest Christmas trees. If you are unsure of the Forest boundary, maps showing ownership are available at the Supervisor's Office in Kalispell, or at the District Ranger Stations in Bigfork, Hungry Horse.
Variable ice conditions across state, Anglers should practice safety
Ice fishing is a great winter activity that the entire family can enjoy. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reminds anglers that safety should be the number one concern during a day out on the ice.
Anglers should be familiar with the water body they plan to fish. The safest ice anglers are those who pay as much attention to the changing conditions of the ice as they do to the fishing conditions.
Store Wide Sale + Deep Discounts On Items Throughout The Store
Friday - Saturday - Sunday
At Least 10% - 25% Off Store Wide
Some Items Up To 50% Off
Some Exclusions Apply. Valid on in-stock product only. Not valid on State and Federal licenses or permits, Gift Cards, Consignment Items. Also not valid on Ice Fishing electronics, Ice Houses, Power Augers, Down Riggers, or trolling motors unless otherwise advertised. Snappy's has tried to find images and descriptions to match products as much as possible. Some color / style variations may exists. Please see store for details.
To be a survivor and not a statistic in a field emergency, you need a survival kit you can live with. As hunters are rightly concerned with the weight they carry afield, your first order of business must be to keep your survival kit light by limiting it to the essentials. Next, develop the habit of taking your survival pack with you every time you go into the field. Lastly, learn how to use your survival equipment properly. Remember, knowing how to use your equipment is as important as having it!
Here are some items that are recommended to have in your survival kit:
With Montana's bow hunting and upland game bird seasons opening Sept. 1, remember that slow moving, quiet or game-calling, scented and camouflaged hunters will soon be sharing the landscape with the state's even stealthier bears that may be stalking similar prey.
It may not be an encounter one hopes for, but all hunters must be aware there is that potential.
Anglers Can Help Prevent AIS
Aquatic invasive species (AIS) threaten Montana’s waterways and fisheries. AIS are plants, animals and pathogens that are not native to Montana and cause harm to Montana’s native plants, animals and fish. AIS populations can reproduce quickly and spread rapidly because there are no natural predators or competitors to keep them in check.
Anglers can help prevent the spread of AIS by following these 3 simple steps:
The LiteWater Dinghy is an advanced ultralight packable raft developed with input from professional kayakers and pack rafters. The pack raft weighs only 35 ounces and packs to the size of a one-liter bottle. Made from lightweight, durable polyester, it resists tears and punctures.
Guns America writes, "I’ve never been more grateful for a piece of gear as when my buddies and I were on a backcountry black bear hunt in Idaho. The only way to retrieve the bear was across the mighty Selway River. Trust me. This piece of kit is worth its weight in gold."
You can read Guns America's entire Holiday Gift Guide here
Klymit Litewater Dinghy
A lightweight solo packraft that stows away at the size of a 1.5-liter bottle and weighs only 35 ounces. Engineered for easy paddling and maneuverability, the LWD (Litewater Dinghy) lets you sit up high and features an integrated seat cushion. The advanced design also allows you to recline and enjoy the calm water if you would like. Ripstop fabrics on the top and bottom resist tears and punctures, and the LWD comes with a pump-integrated stuffsack.
Each spring, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks receives several calls from people who have picked up deer fawns or other wildlife. FWP no longer accepts, holds or rehabilitates ungulates like deer, moose and elk because the animals often die from the stress of captivity, and because of concerns with the spread of disease.
There are many cases in which good intentions lead to dire consequences. One spring in Miles City, a person saw a fledgling bald eagle hopping around on the ground, which is normal behavior as they learn to fly. Thinking the bird was injured, the person threw a blanket over it and brought it to the FWP office. The eagle escaped and flew in the opposite direction of the nest, and it’s not known if it returned.
In a more high-profile case in Yellowstone National Park two years ago, a bison calf was picked up and transported by tourists who believed it had been abandoned. The calf ultimately had to be euthanized because it couldn’t be reunited with the herd and continued to approach people and vehicles.
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Sale prices on in-stock products only. Does not include any special orders. Item descriptions and pictures have been checked, but actual product may vary. Snappy's has the right to reserve corrections in price or style. Prices valid through Sunday 05/28/2018. Cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions.