From a hunter's first bull to a 1-in-a-million miss, here are some Montana hunting stories that are out of the ordinary.
In a hundred tries, Matt Albright could never do what he did by accident — hit a barbed wire fence with an arrow as he was shooting at a bull elk.
The fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders lists 11 criteria for possible alcohol-use disorder. The presence of at least two criterion indicates a possible drinking problem, and if drinking is swapped for hunting I’m rapidly developing a different disorder, one often referred to as elk fever.
When it was announced in early October that the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge would be closed to the public because of a federal government shutdown, Mitch Heiken was in a panic.