News from October 2016

    MOGA Banner ADs on Sale Now

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    Advertise Your Business with a Banner Ad on the NEW MOGA Website   MOGA Banner Ad Exchange Program allows members to promote their business and start receiving traffic by simply a joining the MOGA Banner Ad program. By placing an advertising banner on the NEW MOGA website, scheduled for launch Nov 1, 2016, you are encouraging visitors to your website in a very cost-effective way. Our new system designates four areas on the NEW MOGA website for randomly-rotating ad banners. A click on your banner provides our viewers with a direct link to your products and services, or company website, while also providing brand or service name attention. It is cheap, reliable and effective Advertising! !!!THIS IS A TERRIFIC WAY TO ADVERTISE HUNT SPECIALS and COW ELK HUNTS!!! Frequently Asked Questions What is a Banner Ad? A banner ad is a highly visible advertisement that contains a graphical ad that users can click and leads directly to your business... Read More

  • VOTE No on I-177 Anti-Trapping Measure

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     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   October 10, 2016   Contact:  Mac Minard, Executive Director 406 449-3578 (office) 406 439-2059 (cell)   MOGA Opposes I-177 Anti Trapping Measure   On June 30, 2016 Ballot Issue #13 I-177 qualified for the general election ballot in Montana.  Montana Outfitters and Guides Association has stood in firm opposition to this measure and generally rejects the use of Ballot Initiatives for the purpose of creating wildlife and fisheries management policy. 1-177 would ban the use of traps and snares on ANY public lands (approximately ONE-THIRD of the state’s land mass) within Montana and establishes penalties for violations of the trapping prohibition.  I-177 establishes untenable requirements for State Agencies as alternative methods for management of the public wildlife. You can read the full text of the ballot measure at: MOGA... Read More

  • Anti-trapping initiative goes before voters on Nov. 8

  • Filed Under: Trapping is an emotional and divisive issue in Montana, with opponents labeling it a barbaric practice that depletes wildlife and natural resources, and supporters calling it a sustainable, centuries-old way to fetch some extra cash, control predators and teach youngsters about the natural world. This fall, voters will see an initiative on the November ballot called I-177 that would ban commercial and recreational trapping on public lands with exceptions for protecting livestock and property and for public health and safety. It would not affect trapping on private land, which constitutes roughly two-thirds of the state. A group called Montanans for Trap-Free Public Lands, composed of several Missoula residents, got enough signatures to get I-177 on the ballot this year. According to Montana Fish,... Read More

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