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    Block Management and Upland Game Bird Hunting Access Guides

    Block Management provides hunters with access to private and isolated public land while assisting landowners in managing hunting activities. The 2017 Hunting Access Guide and maps are now available.


    Dig into our upland game bird hunting access guide. Published by FWP's Upland Game Bird Enhancement Program, it includes project maps with boundaries or private land enrolled in the UGBEP

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    They're sure cute, but please leave baby animals alone

    Each spring, FWP receives several calls from people who have picked up deer fawns or other wildlife.

    Remember, ALL wildlife and their young should be left in the wild. If you see a young animal alone or injured, whether a deer, a goose or a grizzly, keep your distance. Animals often thrive without our intervention, and their odds of surviving in the wild are much greater if they are left alone.

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    Don't forget your AIS Prevention Pass

    The Aquatic Invasive Species Prevention Pass was approved as part of Senate Bill 363 and is required for all anglers. The cost is $2 for residents and $15 for nonresidents.

    The AIS Prevention Pass is available at all Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks license providers and online. Anglers who have already purchased licenses will need to go online or to a license provider and purchase the new pass.

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    New boat validation decals required

    Owners of motorboats, sailboats or personal watercraft need to get new, free 2017-2020 validation decals for their watercraft soon. The current blue decals expired Feb. 28. Boaters who have permanently registered their boats, sailboats, or PWC must still obtain two free boat validation decals every three years at FWP regional and area offices or online.

Scheduled Outage:

Due to scheduled maintenance, our online licensing system will be down the morning of Sunday, August 6 from 4-8:00 AM. We are sorry for any inconvenience.

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