All hunting in Montana is tightly managed and is under the administration of the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Department. Each species of animal is regulated by a hunting season, number of animals that can be taken and may be further regulated by the need to apply for and receive a specific tag.
Rules and regulations vary by region, so it is best to contact State officials to determine what rule and regulations apply.
Hunting licenses are available for purchase at all Montana Fish, Wildlife and Park Offices, and at FWP License Providers.
Fees and Costs
All licensing fees and cost vary according to the type of animal you are hunting, and whether you use a local outfitter and/or guide.
FWP Headquarters Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
1420 East Sixth Avenue
P.O. Box 200701
Helena, MT 59620-0701
Guides and Outfitters
To get the most out of your Montana hunting experience, we would suggest that you arrange to hunt with a local outfitter and/or guide. Outfitters and/or guides’ purpose is to provide a superior wilderness experience in some of the most beautiful country known to man. They provide comfortable accommodations, steady horses, hearty home-style meals, experienced guides, knowledge of the hunting area.