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Because some Montana counties may yet adopt emergency fire restrictions, some private landowners and Block Management Area cooperators may be reluctant to make access commitments until the weather begins to cool.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 08/15/2014)

All early season hunters need to make wildfire prevention a top priority.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 08/15/2014)

Here are some tips from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to help prepare for bear-safe outings for the rest of the summer.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 07/31/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks encourages Montanans and visitors to "inspect, clean, and dry," boats, trailers and fishing gear to "Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers!"
(Headquarters - Recreation - 07/31/2014)

With several Montana counties under official fire restrictions, recreationists need to be prepared to prevent wildfires statewide.
(Headquarters - Recreation - 07/31/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has banned campfires and restricted other fires at all fishing access sites and wildlife management areas in Stillwater and Treasure counties.
(Region 5 - Recreation - 07/30/2014)

Big Horn County has been added to the list of areas in south central Montana where campfires are banned in state fishing access sites and wildlife management areas.
(Region 5 - Recreation - 07/30/2014)

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks would like to remind people that all watercraft are required by state law to stop at aquatic invasive species (AIS) check stations. This doesn’t just mean just motorized boats. Non-motorized craft including canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, and rafts must also stop.
(Region 1 - Recreation - 07/24/2014)

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)



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