One time hunting license introduced in Montana for 4 big game animals

A once in a lifetime hunt, quite literally!

House Bill 390 in Montana’s 66th legislature is introduced to limit the harvest of certain game to one per lifetime.

House Bill 390 states, “A person who has killed or taken any game animal, except a deer, elk, or an antelope, during the current license year is not permitted to receive a special license under this chapter to hunt or kill a second game animal of the same species. A person may take only one of each of the following species in Montana in that person’s lifetime.”

The four animals that fall under this license are grizzly bears, antlered moose, ram mountain sheep, and mountain goats.