We’re very excited to announce the convention will be held at Fairmont this year. We have a 60-room block, and reservations can be made any time between now and the convention. Each room has two queen beds with a group rate of $119 + tax for single or double occupancy. Each additional person is an additional $15 + tax. The room rates include 24-hour access to all four naturally heated mineral pools for each registered guest. Fairmont has two Olympic-sized swimming pools, one indoor and one outdoor. We also have two smaller hot-soaking pools, one indoor and one outdoor. Reservations can be made by calling the reservation line at 800.332.3272 and ask for the MT Bowhunters room block. Reservations can also be made on Fairmont’s website, www.fairmontmontana.com. Click on bookings, then the group tab, and enter our group id which is 16632 and password which is 37001964. Information will be posted on the website as seminar speakers and donations are confirmed. Mark your calendars and plan to soak up the camaraderie at Fairmont!
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.
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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.
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Recent MBA News
Members- Elk shoulder seasons are proposed for 44 hunting districts for the 2016-17 hunting seasons. Shoulder seasons in some districts will open as early as August 15 and extend as late as February 15. Rifle hunters will be allowed to hunt on private land during archery season, and in some […]
Following are season changes being considered by MT FWP for 2016-2017. The following links will take you to the MT FWP page concerning each issue. The MBA Tentative Committee welcomes your input on individual hunting districts so that we may provide comprehensive comments to the Commission about the concerns of […]