Hunters, land owners and public land in Montana: A changing relationship

By | December 5, 2017

From… photo courtesy of Haak Johnson/Seacat Creative has a report that begins… Hunting is increasing in Montana, which means state wildlife officials and hunters alike are searching for new ways to increase land access without trampling land owners’ rights. Hunters can create tension by assuming they can access private land the day of the hunt without first developing a relationship with the land owner, said Greg Lemon, spokesman for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. He added that unethical hunters and land owners unwilling to work with hunters can create conflict as well. Read the full story here.

Category: Hunting/Fishing

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