Uniting the state's bowhunting sportsmen to work towards a common goal of preserving and promoting the sport of bowhunting in Montana.


MBA Mission

Established in 1973, the Montana Bowhunter's Association was established as a nonprofit organization by and for Montana's bowhunters. It's sole purpose remains the same today as it was then: To unite the state's bowhunting sportsmen to work towards a common goal of preserving and promoting the sport of bowhunting in Montana.

MBA's Major Goals:

  • Promoting ethical bowhunting through education
  • Improving landowner - bowhunter relationships
  • Providing a voice in management of Montana's big game
  • and an opportunity to assist in the preservation of wildlife habitat.

Supporting U.S. Armed Forces

The MBA salutes the men and women of the U.S. armed forces, fighting to protect our freedoms! To have a complimentary copy of the Montana Bowhunter sent to any active duty member of the U.S. Armed Forces, e-mail us the member’s name and address.

MBA Supports

The MBA appreciates the support received from Montana businesses, archery clubs and annual convention donors. Please support these generous organizations!



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