Their nets are in the Yellowstone river, but Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is having a difficult time assessing how the Bridger Pipeline oil spill is impacting local species. FWP spokesman Bob Gibson is asking anyone who catches a fish near the spill, to consider donating it
Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks spokeswoman Vivica Crowser says flooding along Western Montana rivers is triggering closures for multiple fishing access sites and campgrounds on the Bitterroot River.
In early April, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks put an emergency closure on a segment of the Bitterroot River, which stopped all floating. But now, some people are worried the closure will be permanent.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reconsiders its hunting regulations every two years and right now, proposed regulation changes have been approved for 2014 and 2015, but they won't be stamped with final approval until after the public has a chance to weigh in.
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