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Commission minutes of May 2005
(Commission Meetings - 06/24/2005)

The Department proposes to acquire approximately 134 acres from the Lewis Construction Company located along the Sun River in Cascade County between the towns of Vaughn and Sun River. The purpose of the acquisition is to create a new public Fishing Access Site.
(Decision Notices - 06/23/2005)

The proposed action is to introduce native westslope cutthroat trout (WCT) into two currently fishless streams in the Elkhorn Mountains. The project is designed to increase the overall distribution of WCT, a rare species in the upper Missouri River drainage, and to create a genetic reserve for at risk populations within the local area.
(Species Stocking - 06/23/2005)

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) proposes acquiring approximately 4.3 acres of land near Avon, MT for a new Fishing Access Site (FAS) on the Little Blackfoot River. The acreage sits between US Highway 12 and the Little Blackfoot River and currently is owned by Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) and a private landowner. Montana FWP would acquire the MDT parcel either through purchase or the granting of a recreational permit, and would purchase the privately owned parcel from the Rocking W Ranch for $25,000. The MDT property has been appraised, and it was valued at $22,000; but the decision to either sell the land or grant a recreational permit to FWP is pending at this time.
(Decision Notices - 06/21/2005)

At its December 16, 2004 meeting, the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission (“commission”) proposed amendments to the administrative rules governing recreational use on the Beaverhead and Big Hole rivers. Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife & Parks (“department”) prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) on the predicted impacts of the proposed rule changes and identified three alternatives, including a preferred alternative.
(Decision Notices - 06/21/2005)



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