As of July 26th, 2021 the Flathead area moved into Stage 2 Fire Restrictions
Strawberry Lake Trail
6 Miles, Moderate traffic, Best from May until October
Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Horseback riding, Mountain biking, OHV/Off-road driving, Dog freindly, Forest, Lake, River, Views, Wildflowers, Wildlife, Blowdown, Rocky, Snow
Danny On National Recreation Trail
7.2 Miles, Heavy traffic, Best used from March until September
Hiking, Dog friendly, Forest, Views, Wildflowers, Wildlife, Snow
3.8 Miles, Moderate traffic, Best used from June until October
Dogs on leash, Kid friendly, Fishing, Hiking, Nature trips, Lake, River, Views, Wildlife
Birch Lake Trail
6.2 Miles, Moderate traffic, Best used from June until October
Dogs on leash, Hiking, Nature trips, Bird watching, Forest, Lake, Views, Wildflowers, Wildlife, Rocky, Snow
Lawrence Park Wetlands
1.2 Miles, Play ground for kids
Kid Friendly, Nature Trips, Walking
Cayuse Prairie Elementary
2.5 Miles, Moderate Traffic, Best from March until October
Dogs on leash, Kid friendly, Hiking, Nature trips, Walking, Bird watching, Forest, Views, Wildflowers
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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.