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Watercraft Inspection Stations Opening Across the State; Western Montana Boaters Should Review Local Info and Requirements

04/16/2019

Some watercraft inspection stations are opening across the state for the 2019 boating season, and boaters transporting motorized or non-motorized watercraft are required to stop at stations they pass, as directed by signs. Additionally, western Montana boaters should review specific watercraft inspection requirements and local station information.

(Region 2 - Aquatic Invasive Species )

Inspectors find mussels on boat being transported through Montana

04/15/2019

The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Anaconda watercraft inspection station intercepted a boat carrying invasive mussels Monday. The boat was being transported from the Great Lakes area to Bellingham, WA, by a commercial hauler. The boat was last used on Lake Huron and had been in dry dock since October.

(Headquarters - Aquatic Invasive Species )

SNOWBIRD BOATERS MUST GET INSPECTION WHEN RETURNING TO MONTANA

04/05/2019

Boaters anxious to get on the water after a long, cold winter are reminded to ensure their watercraft are Clean, Drained and Dry to prevent the spread of aquatic invasive species. Montana remains vigilante in stopping the spread of aquatic invasive species that can devastate aquatic habitats, ruin fishing and boating opportunities, and damage pipes and pumps used for agriculture and industry.

(Headquarters - Aquatic Invasive Species )

 

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