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Nationwide Bear Attacks On The Rise

In just the last week, seven people in five states have been attacked by bears. None of the attacks were fatal, which occurred in Alaska, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho and Michigan. We all know that we reside in the thick of bear country here in Montana. Don't forget to be bear aware. Here are some helpful reminders:

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Latest Big Hole Closure: Melrose Bridge To Notch Bottom FAS

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will now be imposing a full closure to fishing on the Big Hole River from Melrose Bridge to Notch Bottom Fishing Access Site (southeast of Glen) effective Tuesday, August 20, until conditions improve. Here's a full look at current closures and restrictions on the Big Hole:

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Upper Big Hole Now Closed To Fishing

Low stream flows and continued high water temperatures have prompted Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials to close another section of the Big Hole River.  A new Upper Big Hole fishing closure went in effect on Sunday, August 11. Details here:

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Photo by flickr user bugeaters
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Lower Big Hole Will Be Closed To All Fishing, Effective Wednesday, July 31

 

Fish, Wildlife & Parks will now be imposing a full closure to fishing effective Wednesday, July 31, on the Lower Big Hole River. Details here:

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“Hoot Owl” River Closures Extend To Jefferson And Lower Big Hole

In addition to the fishing restrictions imposed earlier this week on the Lower Madison and Upper Big Hole Rivers, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has now added "hoot owl" fishing closures for the Jefferson River and Lower Big Hole River:

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Low, Warm Water Prompts Fishing Restrictions; Portions Of Lower Madison And Upper Big Hole Affected

Consistent high water temperatures and low stream flows have prompted Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials to close portions of two southwest Montana rivers to fishing beginning Monday, July 22 until conditions improve:

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Montana FWP Urges Caution Around Water After Otter Attack In West Yellowstone Area

 

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is asking the public to use caution around otters after a confirmed attack on a woman in the Hebgen Basin. Details here:

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The Stretch Of Yellowstone River In The Livingston Area Will Reopen On Saturday, June 28

Good news for area anglers! This Saturday, June 28, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will reopen the Yellowstone River in the Livingston area to all recreation. Details here:

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Photo by flickr user colleens-pics
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Volunteers Wanted For Dome Mountain Clean-Up Day

 

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is looking for volunteers for its annual Dome Mountain Clean-Up Day, co-sponsored by the Park County Rod and Gun Club, on June 8. Volunteers will be cleaning up and removing remnants of old fencing that are dangerous to wildlife on this important elk winter range. Details here:

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FWP Now Seeking Comment On Madison River Recommendations

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks welcomes the public to comment on the recommendations made by the Madison River Citizen Advisory Committee (MCAC) towards FWP's development of a draft recreation management plan for the Madison River. All comments must be received by June 21. See the recommendations and comment here:

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Spring Hunter Education Classes Set In Gallatin County

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has announced their schedule of spring hunter education classes in Belgrade, Bozeman and Manhattan. Registration is required, and students under the age of 18 must have the consent of a parent or guardian. Complete schedule and registration information here:

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It’s Almost Tax Time, Don’t Forget Your Favorite Watchable Wildlife

Montana's annual income tax check-off for wildlife benefits the state's small wildlife species including birds, small mammals, reptiles and amphibians, and it provides a fast, convenient tax break. Details here:

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