Tribal Members and Descendants, Fishermen, Hunters, Visitors and Recreation enthusiasts, Okii (Hello), welcome to the Blackfeet Nation; I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for supporting our Fish and Wildlife Department. Please have a safe and enjoyable time while visiting and utilizing our beautiful homelands. 

Sincerely Dona Rutherford, Director - Blackfeet Fish & Wildlife Department



Blackfeet Fish and Wildlife
Online Licensing



NOTICE UPDATE Tuesday, May 9, 2017:  All motorized boats, are allowed on the Blackfeet Reservation Lakes.  



Reminder - All 2016 hunters need to complete a harvest report before the 2017 hunting season. If you have any questions you can call the BFWD office (406) 338-7207.  Thank you.


Aquatic Invasive Species Inspections


All forms of water craft are ALLOWED on the Blackfeet Reservation waters. All wading equipment & non-motorized & motorized boats shall be inspected and will be good for 3 days.  Fishermen that travel off the reservation within the 3 days; must get waders, fishing equipment, & non-motorized & motorized boats reinspected.

All wading equipment, non-motorized, motorized boats coming from the Missiouri system shall be dried 24 hours prior to use/inspection of the Reservation.

Felt Bottom boots - Illegal and shall not be worn in any lake or stream on the Blackfeet Reservation. 

STOP AQUATIC HITCHHIKERS! Be a Good Steward. Clean. Drain. Dry.



1)  Highway #2 West of Browning, just past the round about.  Hours: 6:00 am to 10:00 pm, 7 days a week.

2)  Highway #2 East; Seville Station located in the Discovery Lodge Bldg just west of Cut Bank, 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, 7 days a week.

3)  Highway #89, near the bridge on Birch Creek, 7:00 am to 5:00 pm, 7 days a week.

4)  Highway #89, north of St. Mary, Varied, call

5)  Highway #89, west shore of Lower St. Mary Lake @ St. Mary KOA, Call 406-732-4122.



If you have any questions please call (406) 309-1427