Wildlife Management Area on the Blackfoot River
Most Difficult Accessibility
Region 2 |
Gold West Country
Carry in launch.
Aunt Molly Wildlife Management Area is located on the Blackfoot River
70 miles from the mouth
Through their management of the WMA and WPA, FWP and USFWS will contribute to native fish recovery in Nevada Creek and the Blackfoot River. The agencies strive to maintain and enhance natural oxbow wetlands, riparian plant communities, upland nesting cover and associated wildlife communities on the WMA, the WPA and cooperating adjacent ownerships. Public access is provided on both properties for nature appreciation and education, with hunting as the featured recreational opportunity in autumn on Aunt Molly WMA only. As landowners in the local community, FWP and USFWS will work to be good neighbors.
Blackfoot River, Browns Lake - From Missoula, the WMA is most directly accessed by driving east along Interstate 90, and exiting onto State Highway 200 at Bonner. Proceed easterly on Highway 200 for approxiamtely 60 miles to it's junction with State Highway 141, then south on 141 from 1.5 miles to the Cut Off Road. Drive west on Cut Off Road to Aunt Molly WMA.
(Lat 46.916, Lng
PO Box 1288
Seeley Lake, MT
Walk-in only from parking area.
These locations represent physical
occurrences (visually confirmed) within the boundaries of the site.
Many more species may be present in the area which are not listed
because we do not have a visually confirmed record. If you would like
to report a species sighting, a form is available.