1 DEER ELK ANTELOPE. 2022/2023 BLACK BEAR MOOSE. SHEEP GOAT BISON. MONTANA FWP Hunting District Legal Descriptions MONTANA Landscape TURN IN POACHERS: CALL 1-800-TIP-MONT. Regulations are adopted by the Fish & Wildlife Commission These Hunting District Boundaries were adopted by the F&W Commission on February 4, 2022, under the authority granted in MCA 87-1-301 and are valid March 1, 2022, through February 29, 2024. The F&W Commission reserves the authority to amend the Hunting District Boundaries herein if deemed necessary for wildlife management purposes. Hank Worsech, Director. Discrimination Prohibited State and Federal laws, Title VI of Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, or disability. Anyone believing he or she has been discriminated against (as described above) in any FWP program, activity, or facility may write to FWP Human Resources, 1420 East Sixth Avenue, PO Box 200701, Helena, MT 59620-0701 or the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Civil Rights, Department of the Interior, 1849 C Street, NW Washington, DC 20240.
2 Any changes made to this printed publication can be found on the FWP website or by inquiring at any local FWP office. Table of Contents by Subject Antelope Hunting District Legal 4. Bighorn Sheep Hunting District Legal 10. Bison Hunting District Legal Descriptions ..13. Black Bear Management Unit Legal Deer & Elk Hunting District Legal Moose Hunting District Legal 34. Mountain Goat Hunting District Legal 42. 46. 2 Turn In Poachers. Enough is Enough! Make the call: 1-800-TIP-MONT (1-800-847-6668). 310 Pioneers: Those portions of Beaverhead, 317 West Boulder: Those portions of Park Antelope Hunting Districts Legal Antelope Silver Bow and Madison Counties lying within and Sweet Grass Counties lying within the Descriptions the following-described boundary: Beginning following-described boundary: Beginning at at the junction of Grasshopper-Wise River the mouth of the Boulder River at Big Timber, 215 East Deer Lodge: Those portions of Deer Road with Route 278, then northerly along then southerly along said river to the Gallatin Lodge, Silver Bow and Powell Counties lying said road to Route 43 at Wise River, then National Forest boundary south of McLeod within the following described boundary.
3 Easterly along said route to Interstate 15 at Basin, then westerly, northerly, westerly Beginning at Garrison Junction, then in an Divide, then southerly along said interstate to and southerly along said boundary to Suce easterly direction along US Highway 12 to the point directly opposite the confluence of Creek, then westerly along said creek to the the Continental Divide at MacDonald Pass, Grasshopper Creek with the Beaverhead River, Yellowstone River, then northerly and easterly then in a southerly direction along said divide then westerly along Grasshopper Creek to the along said river to the mouth of the Boulder to Interstate 15, then in a southerly direction Bannack-Grant Road, then northerly along River, the point of beginning. along said interstate to its junction with said road to Route 278, then westerly along Interstate 90 at Butte, then west and north said route to the junction of the Grasshopper- 318 Big Hole: HD 318-Big Hole-Those portions along said interstate to Garrison Junction, the Wise River Road, the point of beginning.
4 Of Beaverhead and Deer Lodge Counties lying point of beginning. within the following-described boundary: 311 Lower Gallatin-Madison-Horseshoe Hills: Beginning at Wise River, then southerly along 291 East Garnet Range: That portion of Powell Those portions of Madison, Park, Gallatin, the Wise River Scenic Byway (Route 73) to its County lying within the following-described Jefferson, and Broadwater Counties lying junction with Route 278, then west along said boundary: Beginning at the junction of State within the following-described boundary: route to Jackson, then south and west along Route 271 (Drummond-Helmville Road) and Beginning at the mouth of Sixteenmile Creek, the Jackson-Skinner Meadows Road to the Interstate 90, then easterly along said interstate then easterly up said creek to the Middle Fork Big Hole-Bloody Dick Divide, then westerly to its junction with US Highway 12 at Garrison, of Sixteenmile Creek, then easterly up said along said divide to the MONTANA -Idaho border then easterly along said route to its junction Middle Fork to the South Fork of Sixteenmile and Continental Divide, then northerly and with State Route 141 at Avon, then north along Creek, then southerly up said South Fork to northeasterly along said divide to its junction said route to its junction with Cottonwood the Bridger Mountain Divide near Flathead with Route 569 (Mill Creek Road)
5 , then Meadows Road (1/4 mile northwest of Nevada Pass, then southerly along said divide to southerly along said route to its junction with Lake), then northwest on said road to its Ross Peak, then easterly and southerly along Route 43, then southeasterly along said route junction with Braziel Creek Road (BLM Road the Yellowstone-Gallatin Divide including to Wise River, the point of beginning. 2864), then south on said road to the northern Bangtail Ridge to Bozeman Pass and the boundary of BLM Section 22, T12N, R10W, then intersection with Interstate 90, then westerly 319 Fleecer-High Rye: Those portions of Silver west along said section line to the southeast along said interstate to the Trail Creek Road, Bow and Deer Lodge Counties lying within the corner of Section 16, T12N, R10W, then north then southeasterly up said road to the Goose following-described boundary: Beginning at along the eastern boundary of said section Creek Road, then southerly on said road to its the junction of Interstate 90 and Interstate 15.
6 To its northeast corner, then west along the intersection with Gallatin-Yellowstone River west of Butte, then southerly along Interstate northern boundaries of Sections 16, 17, and 18 divide including Hyalite Peak to Eaglehead 15 to Route 43, then westerly along said to the northwest corner of Section 18, T12N, Mountain, then in a westerly direction along route to Route 274, then northerly along said R10W, then south along said section boundary the Portal-Porcupine and Levinski-Porcupine route to Route 1, then easterly along said to the northeast corner of Section 24, T12N, Creeks Divide to the Gallatin River near the route to Interstate 90, then easterly along R11W, then west along said section's northern mouth of the West Fork, then west along said interstate to Interstate 15, the point of boundary to its northwest corner, then south the West Fork to Highway 64, then west beginning. along said section's boundary to its southwest along Highway 64 to the Gallatin-Madison 320 Tobacco Roots: Those portions of Madison, corner, then west along the northern boundary Watershed Divide, then northerly and westerly Jefferson, and Silver Bow Counties lying within of Section 26, T12N, R11W, to its junction with along said divide to Red Knob Mountain, then the following-described boundary: Beginning Cottonwood Creek, then north along said westerly along Trail Creek to its intersection at Virginia City, then westerly and northerly creek to its junction with Route 271, then south with the Ennis Lake Road in Beartrap Canyon, along MONTANA Highway 287 to Route 41, along said route to its junction with Interstate then southerly along said road to North Ennis then northerly to Route 55 and Interstate 90, the point of beginning.
7 Lake Road, then westerly along said road to 90, then easterly along said interstate to the 300 Medicine Lodge-Upper Horse Prairie: That its intersection with US Highway 287, then South Boulder River, then southerly up said portion of Beaverhead County lying within the northerly along said highway to North Meadow river to Noble Peak and the Jefferson-Ruby following-described boundary: Beginning at Creek, then westerly up said creek to Mount Divide, then southerly along said divide and Clark Canyon Dam, then westerly along Route Bradley and the Madison-Ruby Divide, then the Madison-Ruby Divide to MONTANA Highway 324 to USFS Road 3909 (Trail Creek-Lemhi northerly along said divide and the Jefferson- 287, then westerly along said route to Virginia Pass Road), then westerly along said road to Ruby Divide to Noble Peak and the head of City, the point of beginning. the MONTANA -Idaho border, then southerly and the South Boulder River, then northerly and easterly down said river to Route 359, then 322 Ruby-Blacktail: Those portions of Madison easterly along said border to the Pine Creek- and Beaverhead Counties lying within the Little Sheep Creek Divide northeast of northerly along said route to Interstate 90, then easterly along said interstate to the following-described boundary.
8 Beginning at Bannock Pass (Medicine Lodge Pass), then Twin Bridges, southeasterly along MONTANA northerly down said divide to the head end Jefferson River near Three Forks Junction, then northerly and easterly down the south Highway 287 to the top of the Virginia City of Four Eyes Canyon, then northwesterly Pass, then southerly along the Madison-Ruby down said canyon to its junction with the Big shore of said river to the Missouri River, then northerly down the east shore of said river to River Watershed Divide to the intersection of Sheep Creek County Road, then easterly and USFS Roads 9676 and 290, then southernly northerly along said road to Interstate 15 at Sixteenmile Creek, the point of beginning. along USFS Road 290 to the intersection Dell, then northwesterly along said highway 313 Upper Yellowstone: Those portions of with the West Fork of the Madison River, then to Clark Canyon Dam, the point of beginning. Gallatin and Park Counties lying within the easterly along the West Fork of the Madison 301 Lima Peaks: That portion of Beaverhead following-described boundary: Beginning River to its confluence with Lake Creek, then County lying within the following- at the junction of the Yellowstone River southernly along Lake Creek to Hidden Lake, described boundary.
9 Beginning at Dell, and Interstate 90, then westerly along said then southernly along USFS Road 628 to then southeasterly along Interstate 15 to the interstate to the Trail Creek Road, then Elk Lake, then easterly along the Red Rock MONTANA -Idaho border near Monida, then southeasterly up said road to the Goose River-Antelope Creek Watershed Divide to southerly and westerly along said state line Creek Road, then southerly on said road to the Continental Divide, then southernly along to the Pine Little Sheep Creek its intersection with Gallatin-Yellowstone the Continental Divide to the MONTANA -Idaho Divide northeast of Bannock Pass (Medicine River divide, then southerly down said divide border, then westerly along the MONTANA -Idaho Lodge Pass), then northerly down said to the Yellowstone National Park boundary, border to the intersections with Interstate divide to the head end of Four Eyes Canyon, then southerly, easterly and northerly along 15 at the Monida Pass, then northerly along then northwesterly down said canyon to its said boundary to the intersection with the Interstate 15 to the intersection with Route 41.
10 Junction with Big Sheep Creek County Road, Yellowstone River, then northerly down said at Dillon, then northerly along Route 41 to Twin then easterly and northerly along said road to river to its junction with Interstate 90, the Bridges, the point of beginning. Interstate 15 at Dell, the point of beginning. point of beginning. 4 Turn In Poachers. Enough is Enough! Make the call: 1-800-TIP-MONT (1-800-847-6668). NOTE: The Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife along said interstate to Dillon, the point of northerly down said river to the Missouri River Antelope Refuge is not closed to antelope Hunting by beginning. Bridge north of Townsend, then westerly on the MONTANA Fish & Wildlife Commission the Indian Creek Road to Hassel, then westerly however, portions of the refuge may be closed 350 Whitetail: Those portions of Silver Bow and on USFS Road 4031 to USFS Road 405, then to trespass by the Fish and Wildlife Jefferson Counties lying within the following- southerly on said road to the South Fork of Service.