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Decision to proceed with project to remove brook trout from the Goose Creek drainage to protect a self-sustaining population of native Yellowstone cutthroat trout in Goose Lake, and allow reestablishment of cutthroat trout in the treated waters.
(Decision Notices - 05/21/2007)

The Program tentatively planned to provide partial funding to a project calling for enhancing the riparian vegetative community within a one-mile reach of the Big Hole River by planting containerized willow stock. The intent of the project is to enhance habitat for fluvial arctic grayling and other native and sport fish species.
(Decision Notices - 05/17/2007)

The Program tentatively planned to provide partial funding to projects proposed for the Big Hole River, Collar Gulch, Dick Creek, Governor Creek, Graves Creek, Jacobsen Spring Creek, Lincoln Spring Creek, South Fork Ross Creek and Spring Creek. The intent of these projects is to enhance habitat for naturally reproducing fish populations.
(Decision Notices - 05/17/2007)

To stock rainbow trout, brook trout, brown trout or largemouth bass in a Montana Department of Natural Resources owned pond. The pond is about 5 surface acres and 50 acre-feet at full pool. Maximum depth is about 20 feet. Pond was about 10 feet below full pool in July 2005 based on aerial photography. Pond is located about 7 miles east of Denton, Montana.
(Decision Notices - 05/17/2007)

To stock rainbow trout, brook trout or brown trout in a Montana Department of Natural Resources (DNRC) owned pond. The pond is about 2.5 surface acres and 15 acre-feet at full pool. Maximum depth is about 14 feet. A private pond license was granted to this pond for a previous owner for brook trout and rainbow trout. Pond appears to keep good water levels based on aerial photography from July 2005. Pond is located about 7 miles east of Denton, Montana (Figure1).
(Decision Notices - 05/17/2007)



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