About the Study Guide

You are looking at a preview of what’s in the timed Hunter-Ed Montana Course. Feel free to look around, but you’ll need to register to begin progress toward getting your Hunter Education Certificate.

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  • Get permission from the landowner well before the day you want to hunt.
  • Confirm with the landowner the date and time you will be hunting every time you hunt.
  • Stop by when you leave to let the landowner know you made it back safely. Offer to share your game.
  • Send a thank you note afterwards.
  • Always clean up your trash, including any flagging and empty shells.
  • Always follow the landowners’ instructions. There may be restrictions on where and when they want you to hunt.
  • Never shoot around houses, buildings, or livestock.
  • Leave gates as you find them.
  • Report any acts of vandalism or unusual situations.

The Montana Hunter-Landowner Stewardship Project

The Montana Hunter-Landowner Stewardship Project is an interactive, self-study program with 14 topics related to hunter-landowner relations. For each topic, the student answers questions, reviews information on the topic, and watches videos. To learn more and/or to take the program, visit the FWP Hunter-Landowner Stewardship Project website.