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BILLINGS — The number of hunters who ventured into the field in south central Montana over the weekend found cold, snow and low visibility, which tempered the opening-weekend harvest. But those who braved the weather and put in some effort found some success, particularly as measured at the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks check station in Billings.

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Mild weather continued to influence hunter numbers and harvest success for a second weekend in south-central Montana. Biologists who staffed five Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks check stations in the region said hunters reported challenging conditions thanks to warm temperatures, sunshine and manageable winds.

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BILLINGS – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks biologists operated five check stations throughout the south-central region Saturday and Sunday and all reported that hunters told them temperatures in the 60s and 70s limited harvest opportunities.

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Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks wildlife biologists experienced moderate to brisk traffic at their four south-central Montana check stations during the fifth weekend of the 2017 season. They found that the number of deer checked regionwide continues to lag compared to the long-term average.

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BILLINGS – Red Lodge resident and hiker Grant Barnard is not worried that there have been more grizzly bear sightings southeast of town this s…

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