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UM Study Links Warmer Weather With Decrease in Cutthroat Genetic Purity, May Decrease Overall Trout Levels

A new article published in Nature Climate Change by researchers from the University of Montana shows a link between warmer temperatures and the interbreeding of native Westslope cutthroat trout with non-native rainbow trout.

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Montana Roadkill Law in Place, But Dinner Will Have to Wait

A law that allows people to harvest the meat of deer, elk, moose and antelope that are slain by vehicles in Montana has gone into effect, but those who are hungry for roadkill will need to wait just a few months longer to turn on the grill.

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Small Mouth Bass from Seeley Lake
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Smallmouth Bass Discovered in Seeley Lake, Up to $1,000 Reward Offered

When Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials received the above picture from a fishing expedition to Seeley Lake, there was a sense of alarm. The photograph clearly shows a smallmouth bass, a species that is not native to Montana.

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Mystery of What Killed Dozens of Carp in Holter Lake Still Unsolved

An investigation into a massive fish kill-off in Holter Lake that started around Independence Day, is still unresolved. Ron Aasheim of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks explains what researchers know so far

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4 Best Made in Montana Fly Fishing Products

This past weekend, Missoula was host to the Orvis Guide Rendezvous Show. This show included both Montana-based companies and companies based outside of Montana, all of which cater to fly fishing in some aspect or another. Pretty much any and every kind of company that can be associated with fly fishing was there, from raft frame makers to cooler manufacturers and drift boat manufacturers to anchor companies.

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Ask Opinion on Montana Towns and Schools and Get Fishing Advice Free

This past weekend I attended a writer’s conference. In one of the classes that I attended, the author spoke about how everything a writer writes is important. I have to say, that I didn’t totally buy that, until today. The past year I have been blogging regularly and had considered it more of something I do for fun and a way for me to be creative, than as a way to reach people. However, today changed my opinion of blogging, and now I have bought the speaker’s words hook, line and sinker.

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When Does Fishing Open on Montana’s Rivers and Streams?

If you’re an avid fisherman here in Western Montana then you probably already know what I’m going to tell you. However, if you are a recreational fisherman, then this information might be helpful to you. This could keep you out of hot water with Fish and Game, because as it turns out, fishing is not a year-round sport in all Montana districts. Here are the general regulations regarding when Montana’s rivers, streams, lakes and reservoirs are open to anglers.

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Best Flies for Catching Fish During Winter in Montana

I’m sorry to inform you that this list is going to be rather short, as the fish naturally have limited real flies to choose from this time of year. This means, we don’t have very many tied flies that will work in the winter

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Why This Missoula Girl Loves to Fly Fish

I have a confession to make. I detested fishing as a child. I spent more time untangling my line, than I did with it in the water. I hated baiting my hook, unless I got to use colored marshmallows. I remember my brothers spending hours digging up night crawlers to use for bait. I would scream if I had to string one of those slimy buggers on my hook. Just thinking about it makes me a little nauseous. However, since meeting my husband, I have learned to love fishing. You see, my husband was a fly fishing guide for a local outfitter and he taught me to fly fish.

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Fishing Plan To Cover 6 Years
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Montana Fishing Comments Needed

Montana fisheries officials are seeking comment on a six-year plan, inlcuding a public comment meeting in Missoula Tuesday evening.

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