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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks makes hunting, fishing license changes

Posted at 7:59 AM, Jan 17, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-17 12:45:58-05

HELENA - Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has made some changes to their hunting and fishing licenses.

One of the big changes is that both licenses and carcass-tags will now be printed on normal sized paper.

And you can print them from home.

The switch to standard paper will save money and make things easier for the customers.

Another change that will improve customer service includes hunters applying for licenses or permits now will be able to do so online or at an FWP office.

Mail-in applications will no longer be accepted.

Licenses and tags should be placed inside a plastic bag, as they will no longer be on water resistant paper.

With these changes drawing results will now be available two weeks after the application deadline rather than six weeks.