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Monday, February 26th, 2024

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Monday, February 26th, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Reports

Montana wrapping up ramped-up AIS inspection ‘season’

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks aquatic invasive species inspection stations will close for the season Oct. 15. Boaters that are still in need of an inspection can receive one at a regional FWP office. Water temperatures in both Tiber and Canyon Ferry Reservoirs will be below the levels to allow invasive mussels to spawn, dramatically

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CWD inevitable in Montana? State wildlife officials bulk up surveillance efforts

Chronic wasting disease has not yet been discovered in Montana’s wild populations of deer, elk and moose, but as the disease continues to expand to the north, south and east of the state, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials believe it is only a matter of time before it is in Montana. This fall, FWP

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Large grizzly euthanized after cattle depredation reports in Montana

A large male grizzly bear was captured this past weekend west of Dupuyer, Mont., and euthanized on Monday after consultation with the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The capture operation was conducted by specialists from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and the USDA Wildlife Services. The bear was removed in response to cattle depredations

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After no grizzly sightings in perhaps a century, a third sighting in Montana’s northern Big Belt Mountains

As grizzly bear numbers in the western half of Montana – from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in the southwest, to Northern Continental Divide population – continue to increase, their range is expanding.

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