Colder temperatures and snow improve elk movement and hunter success

By | November 15, 2018

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks :: Colder temperatures and snow improve elk movement and hunter success

Hunters saw higher success at the Cameron and Gardiner check stations, with Cameron reporting a record number of elk harvested in the 15-year record. Check stations across the region reported higher hunter numbers than previous weekends in response to the colder weather. Other stations are still reporting slow to average hunter success but higher numbers of hunters overall.

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