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A two-year sage grouse trapping project that captured a total of 40 birds on the northern Montana prairie for translocation to Alberta has been completed.
(Region 6 - Fish & Wildlife - 04/30/2012)
A pair of men from the Craig area facing 25 counts related to poaching and illegal outfitting agreed to a plea bargain recently and will pay $21,000 in total restitution and lose forever their privileges to hunt, fish and trap or accompany anyone else doing so.
(Region 4 - Enforcement - 04/30/2012)
The Bundy Bridge Fishing Access Site on the Yellowstone River east of Billings will close for as long as two weeks in the middle of May for construction on the access road.
(Region 5 - Fishing - 04/30/2012)
No matter the season, Fresno Reservoir west of Havre offers a wide array of fishing opportunities.
(Region 6 - Fishing - 04/28/2012)
To help anglers prepare for this year's fishing season, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has produced the 2012 Annual Fishing Newsletter.
(Headquarters - Fishing - 04/27/2012)
With Montana’s general fishing season opening May 19, FWP reminds anglers to make a note of the TIP-MONT hotline and keep it handy this fishing season. It is 1-800-TIP-MONT, or 1-800-847-6668.
(Headquarters - Fishing - 04/27/2012)
The threat of illegal fish introductions in Montana is greater than ever with today's heavy recreational use of the state's waters.
(Headquarters - Fishing - 04/27/2012)
Montana's world renowned fisheries are vulnerable to attack by invasive species.
(Headquarters - Fishing - 04/27/2012)
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks would like to remind horn hunters and other recreationists that all Region 3 Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) with winter closures don’t open until noon on May 15.
(Region 3 - Fish & Wildlife - 04/27/2012)
Loons, swans, cranes and other water birds can die from lead poisoning after swallowing lead fishing sinkers and jigs lost by anglers.
(Headquarters - Fishing - 04/27/2012)


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