FWP’s Montana Outdoors magazine has a recipe for venison that looks pretty good. It begins… This dish, perfect for a holiday dinner with guests, is based on Marcus Samuelsson’s braised short ribs served at his Red Rooster Harlem restaurant in New York City. Read the full recipe here.
Come join your North Fork neighbors at Sondreson Hall for our annual Thanksgiving potluck dinner. Turkey and ham will be provided. Please bring a side dish and your own table setting. The doors open at 3 p.m. and dinner is served at 4 p.m. Hosts: Steve & Christina Berg In celebration of the 40th anniversary… Read More »
The Missoulian has an article about John’s passing that beings… Friends of John Frederick mourn the passing of a man equally persuasive with grizzly bears on his screened porch and politicians pestering his beloved Polebridge. The longtime advocate of all wild things along the North Fork of the Flathead River died of bladder cancer on Nov.… Read More »
The Daily Inter Lake reports that last fall, Jeff Fleming was facing nearly $33,000 in fines and a 30-month loss of hunting privileges — the penalties for accidentally shooting two bighorn sheep in the Knowles Creek area near Plains… in Fleming’s view, “the punishment for an accident really has to be different than the punishment for an… Read More »
Doug Mitchell, Executive Director of the Glacier National Park Conservancy, has an article in the Hungry Horse News this week that starts what a summer we had in Glacier National Park. Just look at the numbers. Before the Going-to-the-Sun Road opened, June visitation was up 28 percent from 2016. During July, Glacier Park became the… Read More »
The Flathead Beacon reports that big game hunting season is down to the final two weekends across Montana, and hunters are hoping for some help from Mother Nature and the rut. The general hunting season ends Nov. 26. The rut has arrived for white-tail deer across the region, which could benefit hunters along with fresh… Read More »
Larry has lots of news in his Hungry Horse News column this week. Check it out here.
From the Hungry Horse News… John Frederick, a North Fork icon, died on Wednesday morning after a long illness. He was 74. Frederick, who was often referred to as the “Mayor of Polebridge” was one of the founding members of the North Fork Preservation Association in 1982. The association opposed the paving of the North… Read More »
The Flathead Beacon says winter wouldn’t be winter in the Rocky Mountains without wind slabs and weak layers, terrain traps and temperature gradients, and skiers, snowboarders and snowmobilers navigating a labyrinth of backcountry hazards. But even in a region that sees a high volume of backcountry winter travel, stoke and safety can coexist with the… Read More »