A hunter may purchase only one black bear license over the counter per year.
Are Montana bear tags OTC?
Montana is one of the best states for OTC spot-n-stalk black bear hunting. It’s big, it has open hillsides with mixed timber and there are a lot of bears. Montana is one of the most popular state to black bear hunt. Tag Fees: Resident $19, Non-resident $350.
Is bear season still open in Montana?
Hunting licenses and permits are available for purchase on the Fish, Wildlife and Parks Department website for both Montana residents and nonresidents.
Montana Black Bear Seasons.
|Fall General Season||Sept. 15-Nov. 29|
|Spring General Season||Apr. 15-June 15**|
How much is a Montana Non resident elk tag?
Montana Non-Resident Elk Hunting Fees
|Licenses & Permits||Fee|
|Big Game Combination License (Elk & Deer)||$1,089.50|
|Elk Combination License||$925.50|
|Youth Big Game Combination License||$558.50|
|Youth Elk Combination License||$476.50|
How much does a deer tag cost in Montana?
Fees: Big Game Combo (Deer & Elk): $526. Elk Combo: $444. Deer Combo: $307.
How much is a Montana antelope tag?
General Antelope License
Cost includes $5 nonrefundable application fee. Fees: Resident: $19. Nonresident: $205.
How many black bears are there in Montana?
Black Bear population in 41 U.S. states
|State Name||Black Bear Population|
How much do bear hunts cost?
Black bear is the most affordable species to hunt, with hunts beginning at $1,500. On the other end of the spectrum are the North American brown (grizzly) bears that can cost $15,000 or more.