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The last official weekend of “summer” is here, but the fishing action is far from over. In fact, lower water temperatures resulting from the longer, colder nights will cause fishing action to pick up across much of the state. Enjoy the long weekend, and make sure to leave some time for fishing with family and friends.
(Headquarters - Fishing - 08/31/2007)

(Headquarters - Fishing - 08/31/2007)
There will be several opportunities to take Hunter Education in Missoula this fall. Registration for fall classes is set for Tuesday, Sept. 18, 7-8:30 p.m. at the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks office in Missoula, 3201 Spurgin Road.
(Region 2 - Headlines - 08/31/2007)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) will offer a boating education class on Thursday, Sept. 13 from 6:30-9 p.m., at the FWP office in Missoula, 3201 Spurgin Road.
(Region 2 - Headlines - 08/31/2007)
A hot, dry summer and multiple wildfires can mean bear trouble. Trouble for bears and trouble with bears. During this time of year bears are vacating the high elevations and searching for food and relief in lower elevation river valleys—areas where we live and play. With backyard bear encounters on the rise over the past few weeks and hunting season openers right around the corner, now is the time to remember a few important tips on living and recreating with bears.
(Region 2 - Headlines - 08/31/2007)
Severe damage was done to a latrine between August 18th and August 21st at Pirogue Island State Park north of Miles City. If anyone knows any details or has any information regarding this vandalism, your assistance is greatly appreciated. Please call local game warden Todd Anderson at 234-0916, Regional Parks Operation manager Cathy Stewart at 234-0926 or the local Sheriffs office at 874-3320. You can also call FWP's toll free hotline at 1-800-TIP-MONT and remain anonymous if you choose.
(Region 7 - State Parks - 08/31/2007)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has acted to lift the fishing closure on the Thompson River.
(Region 1 - Waterbody Restrictions, Closures & Reopenings - 08/30/2007)
Good overwinter survival of adult antelope has been moderated by poor fawn production across much of northeast and north-central Montana.
(Region 6 - Headlines - 08/30/2007)
State and federal wildlife officials are looking for information about four eagles that were poisoned last spring.             In April, a Fish, Wildlife and Parks game warden received a call from a concerned landowner about several dead birds in a field northeast of Choteau. The dead birds turned out to be three golden eagles and a bald eagle. They died from eating poisoned meat. The U.S.
(Region 4 - Headlines - 08/29/2007)

(Region 4 - Headlines - 08/29/2007)


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