Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks' deadlines to apply for special license drawings is May 1 for bison, moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat; and June 1 for the elk B, deer B and antelope license drawings.
Resident hunters applying for bison, moose, sheep and goat licenses need only submit a nonrefundable $10 application fee per license and then pay the full license fee of $125 if successful.
Nonresident hunters need only submit a nonrefundable $50 application fee per license and then pay the full license fee of $1250 if successful.
In order to apply, an applicant must purchase his or her 2019 conservation and base hunting license.
Residents and nonresidents can also participate in the bonus point system to increase their chances of success in the drawing. Bonus points are $2 per species for residents and $20 per species for nonresidents.
Applying for special big game hunting permits and licenses is a lot easier these days for hunters who apply early and online at fwp.mt.gov.
2019 SuperTag chances are on sale now
Montana's SuperTag chances for the hunt of a lifetime are on sale.
Hunters can win the SuperTag drawing by purchasing one or more $5 SuperTag chances for the fall 2019 hunting season.
Eight SuperTag hunt licenses are offered—moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, elk, deer, antelope, mountain lion and bison. Winners may hunt any district open to the species for which they won a tag.
SuperTags are available at all FWP offices, license providers, or online at fwp.mt.gov using FWP's online licensing service. A 2019 conservation license is needed to purchase a SuperTag. For more information visit the SuperTag page on FWP’s website.
Proceeds from SuperTag sales go to enhance hunting access and enforcement.