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Anglers need to be aware of the laws regarding the transport of live fish, which varies by fishing district.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 07/23/2014)

At least nine trailered boats checked recently at Montana's roadside watercraft inspection stations have been found to be transporting live fish, which is illegal in Montana's Western and Central Fishing Districts.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 07/23/2014)

If you recreate on the water, it is your responsibility to know and understand the "no-wake" rules in effect on Montana waters. That includes operators of personal watercraft.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 06/27/2014)

Owners of motorboats, sailboats or personal watercraft need to get new, free 2014-2017 validation decals for their watercraft soon. The current orange decals expired Feb. 28.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 06/27/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reminds boat operators to take a boating safety course. FWP’s boat education program includes a home-study course or on-line education course for motorboat and personal watercraft operators.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 06/27/2014)

As the summer boating season begins, FWP urges all boaters to follow three basic rules on the water:
(Headquarters - Recreation - 06/27/2014)

Montana's welcoming summer waters annually draw anglers, hikers, wildlife viewers, campers, floaters and boaters into the outdoors.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 06/26/2014)

Summer days on the water with family and friends are ahead. Here’s a primer on how to keep those days safe and fun for the entire crew.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 06/26/2014)



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