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License News, Lake Five Open House

02/25/2005

The new year for hunting and fishing licenses begins March 1. This means that current fishing and hunting licenses expire on February 28, with the exception of licenses that cover fur trapping and mountain lion hunting. Licenses for the 2005 license year are now available at FWP offices and license providers. Licenses can also be purchased online at fwp.mt.gov.........OTHER NEWS regarding turkey, black bear, Lake Five open house

(Region 1 - Headlines)

FWP Seeks Cooperation To Reduce Mailing Lists Intrusions

02/22/2005

Interest in protecting people's privacy in the electronic age will lead Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to ask licenses buyers this year whether or not they want their names included on a mailing list, officials said today.

(Headquarters - Headlines)

Subcommittee Looks At Resident License Fee Proposal

02/22/2005

A legislative subcommittee's proposal could phase in a Montana resident hunting and fishing license fee increase over two years beginning in 2006.   If approved by the Montana Legislature, the proposal from the House Fish, Wildlife and Parks' subcommittee would result in the first general increase for resident hunters and anglers in more than 10 years.

(Headquarters - Headlines)

Recreational Trail Grants Available

02/22/2005

Nearly $1 million is available for Recreational Trails Program and OHV Program grants in the state this year. Grant applications must be submitted to Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks by July 1.

(Headquarters - Montana State Parks)

 

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