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The hunting of all mountain lions in northwestern Montana Hunting District 121, which includes a portion of Sanders County, will close at one-half hour after sunset on Sunday, January 2, 2005. The order halting the hunt came shortly after Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials received word that the pre-established harvest quota for the district had been met. For more information, visit FWP's web site at fwp.state.mt.
(Headquarters - Hunting District Restrictions, Closures & Reopenings - 12/30/2004)

(Headquarters - Hunting District Restrictions, Closures & Reopenings - 12/27/2004)
Due to the steady decline the northern Yellowstone elk herd, state wildlife officials are proposing a significant reduction in permits for the late-season hunt on Yellowstone National Park's northern boundary near Gardiner.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 12/27/2004)

(Headquarters - Hunting District Restrictions, Closures & Reopenings - 12/23/2004)

(Headquarters - Hunting District Restrictions, Closures & Reopenings - 12/22/2004)

(Headquarters - Headlines - 12/22/2004)
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission recently approved the state's statewide elk management plan and environmental assessment following an extended public comment period that ended Dec. 6. The statewide elk management plan, which was discussed this fall at 23 public meetings, provides a new, adaptive framework for elk management that has been under development with public involvement since the fall of 2002.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 12/22/2004)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on the tentative 2005 big game hunting regulations, season dates and on hunting district boundary changes for the elk, deer, antelope, bighorn sheep and turkey seasons. According to wildlife managers, the proposed elk season changes would help align seasons and quotas with the newly approved statewide elk management plan, creating some increased opportunities--especially for youth.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 12/22/2004)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will seek public comment on the tentative 2005 big game hunting regulations and seasons at a series of meetings set for January. Here is a schedule of the public meetings:           FWP Region 1 January 15, 2005:   West Coast Hotel in Kalispell (open house – 9am:   public hearing from 10 am to 3 pm)   FWP Region 2 January 4 - Deer Lodge, Community Center, 7 p.m.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 12/22/2004)
With winter winds blowing and Christmas lights blazing, it's easy to forget that Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will begin accepting applications to float the Smith River on Jan. 3, 2005. This popular float annually attracts about 3,500 applicants for about 700 float permits. In 2005, Smith River float applications can be submitted over the Internet for a nominal transaction fee. Applications may also be submitted in person or through traditional mail.
(Headquarters - State Parks - 12/22/2004)


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