Category: News

  • MOGA Winter Tradeshow and Convention

    SAVE THE DATE: MOGA CONVENTION: –  Thursday-Saturday, January 13-15, 2022 TRADESHOW: – Friday, January 14, 2022 BIG HEARTS BANQUET: – Saturday, January, 15, 2022   Delta Hotels Helena Colonial – Helena, MT    

  • MOGA Banner ADs on Sale Now

    Advertise Your Business with a Banner Ad on the 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 MOGA website, you are encouraging visitors to your website in a very cost-effective way. Our new system designates four areas on the 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 FREE for MOGA Members, cheap for Non-MOGA Members, reliable and effective Advertising! This is a terrific and efficient way to advertise FALL HUNT SPECIALS and COW ELK HUNTS or MONTANA BACK COUNTRY ADVENTURES!!! Read full article

  • 2021 MOGA Virtual Winter Convention – January 16th

                Thank you for attending and participating!   46th MOGA Virtual Winter Convention    January 16, 2021 Delta Hotel Helena Colonial   2021 MOGA Agenda (Due to COVID-19, there will not be a Tradeshow in 2021)          

  • MOGA Newsletters & Valuable Information

    CLICK LINKS BELOW TO PREVIEW:  May 21, 2020 – Special Communication from Mac May 20, 2020 – 14-day Quarantine Lifted May 13, 2020 – President Message MONTANA CORONAVIRUS RELIEF GRANTS and WARNING ON WAIVERS May 6, 2020 – What a Week April 28, 2020 – Outfitting and Self-Quarantine FWP Announces Suspension of Non-Res Restrictions for Black Bear and Turkey April 21, 2020 – Message from MOGA April 15, 2020 – Webinar Recordings April 8, 2020 – Join Pat Tabor April 1, 2020 – Outfitting Services suspended March 26, 2020 – News you can use March 24, 2020 Weekly Newsletter March 23, 2020 Steps to take now to navigate COVID-19 March 18, 2020 Weekly Member Update (Coronavirus)

  • Trip Insurance Information

    For more information and FAQ’s please click the link below: Travel Insurance Information

  • Big Hearts Beat (Newsletter) – Spring 2020

    Click the link to view the newsletter: Big Hearts Beat (Newsletter) Spring 2020

  • 2019 Annual Report

                    MOGA had an outstanding year of accomplishments because of the tireless efforts of many fine members, and of course, our staff. We are pleased to be able to communicate with our members and friends all what MOGA has done throughout the year and our plans going into 2020. We hope you enjoy taking a look through the 2019 MOGA Annual Report. AnnualReport2019

  • A MOGA Member Benefit – Waiver & Release

    Are you one of the MOGA Member Outfitters who has NOT taken advantage of the help MOGA can provide to protect you, your business, and your family from unnecessary risk?  If so, please take a few minutes and take the steps necessary to get the protection MOGA fought hard to attain for you and your business. Read full article

  • Region 3 Outfitter Meeting

    WHAT:  Region 3 Outfitter Meeting hosted by Reg 3 Director, Scott Cargill WHEN:  April 10, 2020 TIME:  11 AM WHERE:  Montana Hunting Company; 265 Timberline Dr., Bozeman, MT WHAT: HADF Industry Sustainability Licensing Processes MOGA/MBO Any questions or issues you may have Refreshments and snacks will be available. 

  • BREAKING NEWS: Bill Passage SB 256 “Transfer of Harvested Game”

    Transfer of Possession of Harvested Game SB 256 Now in Effect Thanks to the hard work of MOGA, Senator Jason Ellsworth and FWP officials, SB 256 was passed with large bipartisan majorities in both chambers and is officially effective as of October 1, 2019. This bill allows the transfer of possession of harvested game animals that are required to be checked by department representatives. Outfitted clients, as well as all other hunters, are no longer subject to the inconvenience and cost of having to track down a department official to comply with check-in standards for certain game animals, such as sheep, lions, black bears and wolves. A few key points on how to handle the transfer of possession of harvested game:  After validating and attaching the license or tag, a transfer of a game animal or wolf to any person at any time is available after leaving the site of the kill, provided a statement... Read full article

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