No license? No problem.
Anyone can fish in Montana this weekend without a fishing license – it’s Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ way of saying Happy Father’s Day.
“It’s a great way to get outdoors with friends and family and it provides everyone in Montana with the opportunity to get hooked on fishing,” Jeff Hagener, FWP director, says.
If you’re a wild river enthusiast, you might be wondering: What does the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have against rivers? And precisely, what does the Corps have against the Yellowstone River?
For more than a century the Corps has chained, plugged and put in straight jackets great rivers across the country in the name of navigation and flood control.
Due to Culvert construction on Pearson Creek
RIVER JUNCTION/SCOTTY BROWN BRIDGE ROAD WILL BE CLOSED
Noon on June 11th – Noon on June 13th 0.5 miles south of Scotty Brown Bridge
Access to River Junction FAS will not be available during that time period. However, access at Scotty Brown Bridge will not be affected. Please plan accordingly.
Once again, Montana TU will be hosting its Conservation and Fly Fishing School at Georgetown Lake. The camp is open to youth age 11-14.