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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is offering a reward of as much as $1,000 for information leading to the conviction of those who illegally killed two deer south of Roundup Sunday night.
(Region 5 - Enforcement - 07/18/2014)

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission proposes to amend boating rules on a section of the Whitefish River; the comment period has been extended to August 8. Currently the Whitefish River has a no wake restriction from the outlet of Whitefish Lake to the JP Bridge. The City of Whitefish submitted the original petition to the Fish and Wildlife Commission to restrict motorized boating year round. The Commission initiated rulemaking and public comment was taken from March 13-April 18. At its June 12 meeting, the Commission did not adopt that proposal, and instead is proposing an alternative for consideration.
(Region 1 - Enforcement - 07/14/2014)

On Sunday night, June 29 a whitetail deer was shot on Smith Lake Road near Kila. The suspect vehicle is a white 1980’s model small pickup truck similar to a Chevy S10. Anyone with information is urged to call 1-800-TIPMONT (800-847-6668).
(Region 1 - Enforcement - 07/11/2014)

Two men were recently convicted in two separate poaching cases involving elk, deer and bighorn sheep in the Anaconda and Butte areas in 2012.
(Region 3 - Enforcement - 06/30/2014)

In Montana, the most common types of boating accidents are collisions with another vessel, capsizing, collision with fixed or floating objects and falling overboard.
(Headquarters - Enforcement - 06/27/2014)

Montana's TIP-MONT "crimestopper" program operates all summer long to manage reports of recreation-related violations. Call 1-800-TIP-MONT, or 1-800-847-6668.
(Headquarters - Enforcement - 06/26/2014)

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