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Keeping Vigilant Protecting Montana's Waterways


August 17, 2017

With summer more than half over, more than 23,000 watercraft have been inspected at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Aquatic Invasive Species inspection stations around the state.

“This hot and dry weather has a lot of people looking to cool off in Montana’s lakes and rivers,” said FWP’s AIS Bureau Chief Thomas Woolf. “Get out on the water, have fun and remember to stop at any open watercraft inspection station that you encounter in your travels.”

To date, nine boats with invasive mussels have been intercepted in Montana. The most recent one was found at the Browning inspection...

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