In response to numerous complaints about some anglers taking more walleye and trout from Holter Reservoir than the regulations allow, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks wardens operated a fish check station last week near the popular fishery north of Helena.
More than 350 anglers were contacted at the check station and a number of problems were discovered, according to FWP Warden Captain Terry Hill. "We talked to hundreds of campers, boaters and anglers and it was pretty clear that several important fish regulations on Holter Lake are not being followed. We found some folks transporting fish in live wells, some had already cut up and filleted their walleye."
Hill asked that all Holter Lake anglers understand and follow these regulations: