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Long-time Ennis Game Warden Marc Glines retired from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks on June 2, 2006, after 20 years of outstanding service to the Madison Valley community and the citizens of Montana.
(Region 3 - Headlines - 06/30/2006)
Trout are biting well and walleyes are, too. It’s a great time to be fishing, almost no matter where you go across Montana. The heavy flows of mountain snowmelt are about done.   Rivers are dropping and clearing.
(Headquarters - Fishing - 06/29/2006)
The first-ever Beyond Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop July 29-30 in northeast Montana will be dedicated to the art of walleye fishing on Fort Peck Reservoir.
(Headquarters - Headlines - 06/29/2006)
At least 20 percent of illegal fish introductions documented by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks have occurred in the past ten years. In total there have been more than 400 unauthorized fish introductions in waters across the state, involving 49 species of fish.
(Region 3 - Headlines - 06/29/2006)
Montana’s Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will meet in Helena on July 13 at the Helena FWP headquarters, 1420 East 6 th Ave., beginning at 8 a.m.    The FWP Commission will make final decisions on the: * 2006 deer and elk quotas, * 2006 upland game bird seasons, * rules for big game damage hunts and hunt rosters, and * several lands related items including acquisitions, leases, easements and hunting access agreements.
(Headquarters - Headlines - 06/28/2006)
Walleye fishing is good at Lake Frances and Tiber Reservoir, according to interviews with anglers on the two north central Montana reservoirs.
(Region 4 - Headlines - 06/28/2006)
Hunter and bowhunter education instructors from north central Montana were honored recently in Great Falls.
(Region 4 - Headlines - 06/28/2006)
Bowhunter education classes are set for July in Highwood and White Sulphur Springs.
(Region 4 - Headlines - 06/28/2006)
Hunters interested in taking part of any game damage hunting opportunities on private land this fall and winter need to register before July 15.
(Region 4 - Headlines - 06/28/2006)
Registration for the Miles City summer hunter education class will be held on July 18, 2006 at Miles Community College in room 106 from 7 pm to 9 pm. Attendance is mandatory for those wanting to complete the class. Those born after January 1, 1985 must complete the hunter education course to purchase a hunting license in Montana. The course is free of charge.
(Region 7 - Education - 06/27/2006)


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