• Welcome to the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes' Official Website
    Welcome to the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes' Official Website
  • QUICKSILVER COFFEE SHOP
    QUICKSILVER COFFEE SHOP

    Quicksilver Coffee Shop is located inside the Quicksilver Gas Station in Pablo. Come down and grab a coffee!

  • The Rez We Live On

    Are there questions that you always wanted to know about the Tribes?

    VISIT our website TheRezWeLiveOn.com to view the answers to those highly asked questions...

  • CSKT Fish and Wildlife App

    The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' Natural Resources Department has created an animal field app that was created to support the annual River Honoring. 

  • Rave Alert
    Rave Alert

    The RAVE Alert is a reservation wide alert system that sends out major announcement like work delays, closures, and emergencies that are related to the CSKT Tribal Government. 

  • Annual Reports

Migratory waterfowl hunters on the Flathead Indian Reservation encountered good weather conditions for their efforts on the waterfowl hunting season opening day, Saturday, September 30th.  Hunters encountered calm weather with intermittent light rain, and many of them had good success harvesting ducks, geese, mergansers and coots.  The Tribal Wildlife Management Program monitored the harvest at two hunter check stations, one south of Ronan and another south of Arlee.  Tribal Wildlife Biologists, assisted by Wildlife Biology students from the University of Montana visited with 100 bird hunters and recorded a total of 215 ducks and teal and 37 geese.  Hunters also harvested 6 gray partridge. 

Dale Becker, Tribal Wildlife Program Manager, noted that water conditions in the Mission Valley were generally good for waterfowl production early in the summer, although many wetland basins had dried up by mid-September.  Nesting cover on Tribal, State and Federal Wildlife habitats was also conducive to good waterfowl production, as well as for other species of grassland birds. 

The hunting season for most waterfowl extends from September 30, 2017 through January 7, 2018, with a closure during the period of January 8 through January 12, 2018.  A second open season for migratory waterfowl hunting then commences on January 13, 2018 and extends through January 18, 2018.  Hunting for scaup closes on December 24, 2017. 

More detailed information on hunting seasons, bag and possession limits and other applicable regulations are included in the Flathead Indian Reservation Pheasants, gray Partridge and Migratory Waterfowl Hunting Regulations, which are available at most sporting goods stores and listed below.  For more information about the 2017-2018 pheasants, gray partridge and migratory waterfowl hunting season, shooting hours and limits contact Dale Becker, Tribal Wildlife Program Manager at (406) 675-2700, ext. 7278 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

News

Thumbnail The CSKT Roads Program would like to notify everyone that they will be repairing and re-decking the bridge over Hewolf Creek on the V-2000 road between Valley Creek Road  (V-3000) and North Valley...
Member Regulations Hearing
14 November 2017
Thumbnail The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council of the Flathead Indian Reservation hereby gives notice of availability for proposed regulation changes for the Hunting, Fishing, and Recreation...
Thumbnail The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribal Council of the Flathead Indian Reservation announces the availability of proposed recreation regulations for the 2018-2019 Bird Hunting, Fishing, and...
Thumbnail The Division of Fire Fuels Program will be pile burning in Ferry Basin (100 acres), 13 miles west of Charlo and in Hellroaring (150 acres), 5 miles east of Polson.  The objectives of these pile burns is...
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