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Stimson Lumber Company Lands Closed to the Public due to Dry Conditions


Due to high fire danger, Stimson has decided to close their fee lands, including those covered by the Kootenai Lands Conservation Easement in Troy, to the general public until more favorable conditions return to warrant reopening. Stimpson has posted signs at prominent locations around the property and in local establishments around Troy. The closure goes into effect immediately. Contact FWP Game Warden Phil Kilbreath (291-6539) in Troy for more information.

(Region 1 - Recreation News )

Fire Restrictions Take Effect on FWP properties in Blaine, Hill Counties


In response to dry, warm weather that could increase the danger of human-caused wildfires, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks fishing access sites (FASs) and wildlife management areas (WMAs) are under Stage 1 Fire Restrictions in Blaine and Hill counties.

(Region 6 - Recreation News )

Additional SW Montana Angling Restrictions Effective Friday (7/10)


In addition to last week’s “hoot owl” closures on the Jefferson and Big Hole rivers, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will also impose “hoot owl” restrictions on a number of southwest Montana rivers as a result of the continued high water temperatures.

(Region 3 - Recreation News )

Fire Restrictions at FWP Properties in Madison & Jefferson Counties


Due to the high level of fire danger, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ properties in Madison and Jefferson Counties will go to Stage 1 fire restrictions on Thursday, July 9. The restrictions apply specifically to FWP Fishing Access Sites, Wildlife Management Areas, and State Parks.

(Region 3 - Recreation News )

Be Prepared for Fire Danger


With hot, dry weather about to bear down on Montana, campers, hikers and anglers need to be prepared to prevent wildfires statewide.

(Region 7 - Recreation News )


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