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(Headquarters - Hunting District Restrictions, Closures & Reopenings - 03/31/2006)
More than $250,000 in funding was approved recently by the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Park Commission for 15 Future Fisheries Improvement Program projects. The funding will be matched by more than $850,000 from outside sources.
(Headquarters - Fishing - 03/31/2006)
Private pond owners who have fish-stocking permits that are 10 years old and older will have until June to renew the permit under a law passed by the 2005 Legislature. The new law requires fish-stocking permits to be renewed every 10 years and it sets a $10 fee for permit applications and renewals.
(Headquarters - Fishing - 03/31/2006)
The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission's May meeting will be held in Whitefish at the Grouse Mountain Lodge.
(Headquarters - Headlines - 03/31/2006)
The Private Land/Public Wildlife Council will meet April 12 in Bozeman to discuss hunting and fishing access issues. The council will meet at the Wingate Inn, 2305 Catron Street, from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Items to be discussed during the meeting include river access, outfitter client expansion, and the process used by the Madison Valley Ranchland Working Group to address local wildlife habitat and access issues.
(Headquarters - Headlines - 03/31/2006)
Montana's contribution to a nationwide inventory of America's fish and wildlife was approved this week by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, endorsing the state's commitment to conserving hundreds of species that fall in the gap between the state's game animals and those that are threatened or endangered.
(Headquarters - Headlines - 03/31/2006)
Women new to hunting and firearms handling or those wanting to refresh their knowledge are invited to attend an April hunter education course at the Missoula Fish, Wildlife & Parks office.
(Region 2 - Headlines - 03/31/2006)
Applying for special big game hunting permits and licenses is an annual spring ritual in Montana, but increasing numbers of hunters no longer labor over a paper application and mail it in.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 03/31/2006)
TIP-MONT, the "crimestoppers" program managed by Montana, Fish, Wildlife & Parks, recently paid rewards totaling $11,400 to 18 callers.
(Headquarters - Hunting - 03/31/2006)

(Headquarters - Headlines - 03/30/2006)


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