• Anglers Can Help Prevent AIS

    Anglers Can Help Prevent AIS0

    Anglers Can Help Prevent AIS Aquatic invasive species (AIS) threaten Montana’s waterways and fisheries. AIS are plants, animals and pathogens that are not native to Montana and cause harm to Montana’s native plants, animals and fish. AIS populations can reproduce quickly and spread rapidly because there are no natural predators or competitors to keep them

  • Ice Fishing: Dropping a Line Through the Ice0

      www.glaciermt.com/ice-fishing.php For anyone who is serious about fishing, Montana is at the top of the list as a dream destination. And while many anglers think of Big Sky Country as a place to fish during the warm season, our fish are here year-round. Ice fishing can be a perfect getaway and a true test

  • FWP: 2015 Fishing Season Opens May 160

     Montana’s 2015 general fishing season opens Saturday, May 16. Montana’s general fishing season opens on the third Saturday of May, while fishing on the state’s lakes and reservoirs is generally open year round. Montana’s general fishing season closes Nov. 30.To prepare for the 2015 fishing season, pick up the state fishing regulations at FWP offices,

  • New FWP License Year Begins March 10

    Montana’s 2015 hunting and fishing licenses—including conservation, fishing, spring black bear and turkey, upland game bird, deer and elk hunting licenses—are available now at all Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks offices and license providers. March 1 begins the new 2015 license year for Montana hunters and anglers. The new license year is especially important for

  • Winter anglers can help to protect Montana’s waters0

    Site Index >> Feedback http://fwp.mt.gov/news/ Fishing Friday, January 16, 2015 Montana’s fishing regulations restrict anglers from importing live bait fish into Montana. It is also illegal to release live bait fish of any kind into Montana waters. Bait fish and the water they are contained in can carry disease, invasive species or foreign organisms. If

  • River Junction Fishing Access temporarily closed to most camping beginning May 280

    The campground at River Junction Fishing Access Site, located along the Blackfoot river near Ovando, will be limited to two campsites beginning May 28 while the site is under construction. Boat access will remain open. River Junction site improvements will include new and expanded parking and camping areas and an enhanced boat ramp designed to


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