Kit Fischer

Kit Fischer

Bio

Kit Fischer is the Sportsmen’s Coordinator for the National Wildlife Federation’s Northern Rockies office in Missoula, MT. He currently manages NWF’s Bison Restoration Campaign, focusing on restoring a wild, huntable population of bison to the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge in north-central Montana. Kit is a Montana native and grew up chasing big game, birds and fish in nearly every corner of the state. He has previously worked for the National Wildlife Refuge Association in Washington D.C., as the manager of a fishing lodge on a desert island in the Bahamas, as a fishing guide in Mongolia and as a Peace Corps volunteer in Zambia. He also serves as a board member for Conservation Hawks and Missoula’s rod and gun club, Hellgate Hunters and Anglers

Hometown

Missoula, Montana

Resides

Still Missoula, Montana

Favorite Hunt

Public lands in MT. I don’t have to look very far to find good hunting on millions of acres of public lands. Ducks, geese, pheasants, huns, elk, deer, pronghorn… While private land holds a lot of game, I rarely dick around knocking on doors for big game.

Best Eating Critter

Moose

Other Outdoor Pursuits

All and every kind of fishing, backcountry skiing, kayaking

Conservation Groups He Supports

Montana/Idaho Wildlife Federation, Hellgate Hunters and Anglers