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Walleye Egg Harvest Down At Fort Peck Reservoir

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks recently completed the annual walleye spawning operation on Fort Peck Reservoir, and even though late ice-off impacted the success of this year’s effort, FWP will maximize fingerling walleye production. Additionally,...

 

Paddlefish Anglers Reminded Of Requirement To Report Harvest

The 2018 paddlefish season on the Yellowstone River and the Missouri River downstream of Fort Peck Dam (yellow tags) has been under way for over a week, and as of Saturday, 284 paddlefish have been processed at the Intake Fishing Access Site station...

 

Kids Fishing Day

The MonDak Chapter of Walleyes Unlimited held their annual Kids Fishing Day at Gartside Reservoir on May 18. Sidney 6th graders had the opportunity to learn about fishing, boating and water safety...

 

Montana Paddlefishing

Ally Harris, of Sidney, snagged a 75 pound paddlefish at the MDU bridge last week. (Photo submitted)...

 

Some Boat Ramps On Lower Yellowstone River Unusable For Now

Due to high flows and ice jams during spring runoff on the lower Yellowstone River, a few boat ramps will be unusable for an extended period of time. Elk Island Fishing Access Site in Richland County...

 

Paddlefish Seasons Beginning Soon

The annual Montana and North Dakota paddlefish season begins soon, with the Missouri River harvest starting on May 1 and ending on June 15, and the Yellowstone River harvest starting on May 15 and...

 

January Meetings Seek Comments On Proposed Hunting Regulations, Seasons

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will hold two public meetings in January to gather public comment on proposed hunting seasons and regulations for the next two years. A meeting will be held in Miles City on Wednesday, January 10 at Miles Community...

 

North Dakota Fish House Regulations

Winter anglers are reminded that any fish house left unoccupied on North Dakota waters must be made out of materials that will allow it to float. A popular question this time of year is if campers...

 

Drought Hurts Fish, Too

When drought and the accompanying heat hits, attention tends to focus on withering crops, explosive wildfires and subsoil moisture. While those drought-caused problems are obvious, creatures that spend their lives underwater and out of sight can...

 

FWP "Kids to Fish" Program Allows Youths to Borrow Gear & Tackle for Free

A popular Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 6 program that allows children and their families to check out free fishing rods and tackle is in full swing again this year. In time for summer fis...

 

Surplus Licenses Will Be Available On A First Come, First Serve Basis

Surplus wolf and over the counter licenses are now on sale. Surplus deer B, elk B licenses, and antelope licenses went on sale as of Monday, Aug. 7, also available are wolf and over-the-counter licenses listed in the regulations. The surplus...

 

Unique Cuke

Bob Buxbaum of Fairview, MT found this unusual looking cucumber when picking vegetables from his garden Sunday morning....

 

Beating the Heat

Richland County residents and their families gathered at Gartside Reservoir on Sunday, July 22 to get some relief from the recent heat wave in the area....

 

All 11 Counties In Miles City Fire District To Be Under Fire Restrictions

By the end of this week, all 11 counties in the Miles City Fire District will be under at least Stage I fire restrictions, banning campfires, smoking and other activities in all but a handful of exempted areas. Affected counties are Garfield, McCone,...

 

Hunter Bonus Points

Hunters who did not apply for bonus points during this years big game drawings or who are new to hunting, can now purchase a bonus point until September 30 to help in next years drawing. This new feature at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks was set up...

 

Fort Peck Reservoir Walleye Spawn Egg-take Effort a Success, Stocking Fair

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks annual walleye spawn egg-take on Fort Peck Reservoir was completed at the end of April. In addition, stocking efforts were completed in June. With the help of FWP...

 

Record Number of Walleyes Stocked

North Dakota Game and Fish Department fisheries personnel are wrapping up a record year for stocking of walleye fingerlings in more than 130 waters across the state. Jerry Weigel, fisheries production and development supervisor, said more than 12...

 

Aquatic Vegetation Deserves Attention

Extensive vegetation growth along docks and boat ramps serves as a good reminder for anglers and boaters to follow aquatic nuisance species regulations. North Dakota Game and Fish Department ANS coordinator Jessica Howell said the Department has rece...

 

National Campaign Focuses on Boating Under the Influence

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will again participate in Operation Dry Water as part of a nationally coordinated effort to increase knowledge about the dangers of boating under the...

 

Manners Matter - How to Share the River

Montana’s welcoming summer waters annually draw anglers, hikers, wildlife viewers, campers, floaters and boaters into the outdoors because it’s still easy to have a great summer experience on Montana’s rivers. The key is river etiquette, a mix...

 

Kids Get Reward for Safe Boating

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks wardens will be trying to catch young people doing something right this summer. FWP and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary have teamed up with McDonald’s and Super 1 Foods stores to hand out coupons for free ice cream...

 

Stand-up Paddleboards have Safety Equipment Requirements

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks wants to remind persons using stand-up paddleboard (SUPs) that a life jacket is required to be on board. The use of SUPs has exploded in Montana over the past few years. The vessels are fun, easy-to-use and have...

 

Fireworks Prohibited on Wildlife Management Areas

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds citizens that possession or use of fireworks on state wildlife management areas is prohibited. The primary objective of a wildlife management area is to enhance wildlife production, provide hunting...

 

Help Stop the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species

Aquatic invasive species are non-native animals or plants that are usually spread through the water, and from one waterbody to another, by attaching to watercraft, trailers and related aquatic...

 

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