Isaac Homestead Wildlife Management Area

Isaac Homestead
Facing West (upstream) - Habitat plot along the Yellowstone River next to mature cottonwood gallery.
  1. Isaac Homestead WMA was initially purchased in 1969, with additional purchases in 1970 and 1973. The primary management goal for the WMA is to provide hunting opportunity for white-tailed deer, pheasants and waterfowl. Other hunting opportunities on the WMA may include mule deer, sharptailed grouse, turkey and occasionally antelope. Walk-in hunting from county road, WMA access road and via the Yellowstone River.
Region 7
Latitude/Longitude: 46.28586 -107.31636
Size: 1,263.2 acres
Elevation: 2,647 ft
Open: Jan 1 to Dec 31
Located in Treasure County midway between Miles City and Billings, approximately 7 miles west of Hysham. Take Highway 311 from Hysham west for about 6 miles across the Yellowstone River bridge, proceed north on gravel by following the WMA signs.

 Location Map

Title Description Fee
Conservation License - MT Resident $8.00
Conservation License - MT Resident Senior 62+ $4.00
Conservation License - MT Resident Youth 12-17 $4.00
Conservation License - Nonresident $10.00
Pack in/Pack out
Wildlife Viewing
Mourning Dove
Ring-necked Pheasant
White-tailed Deer
Wild Turkey
  1. Steve Atwood
  2. Mailing Address:
  3. PO Box 1630
  5. 59301
  6. Phone:(406)234-0942