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Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will develop and manage approximately 2.5 acres of land owned by Missoula County as a new Fishing Access Site (FAS) on the Clark Fork River west of Missoula. This new site, Kona Bridge FAS, is located just off Kona Ranch Road and will remain under county ownership, but management authority willbe transferred to FWP. Site developments will be jointly funded by Missoula Co. and FWP. The new FAS will include the existing entrance road plus new developments including a paved interior road and parking area, concrete boat ramp, latrine, fencing and signing.
(Decision Notices - 09/29/2006)

Private pond to be established on the Big Hole River.
(Species Stocking - 09/29/2006)

The purpose for the proposed action is to establish administrative rules that would provide direction to the department when evaluating a proposal to conduct commercial use on department land and when managing and administering authorized commercial use.
(Plans - 09/27/2006)

The Parks Biennial Fee Rule is brought to the Commission in September of even years with proposed revisions, edits and changes. These revisions are typically proposed to either make the Rule clearer and more usable for the field staff and to address fee issues. The attachments indicate the proposed edits.
(Annual Rules - 09/25/2006)

The Future Fisheries Improvement Program is proposing to provide partial funding to a project calling for enhancing habitat complexity along a 0.7-mile reach of the upper Big Hole River. The work would involve enhancing the riparian vegetative community, reconstructing a hardened livestock crossing, excavating two pools, and stabilizing about 50 feet of eroding stream bank. Additionally, the riparian corridor would be fenced to control livestock grazing. The intent of the project is to enhance habitat for fluvial Arctic grayling and other species of fish. The project site is located approximately 3 miles south of the community of Jackson in Beaverhead County.
(Development, Improvements, and Enhancements - 09/25/2006)



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