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If you are looking for one location on the planet where fly fishing reigns supreme; Bozeman, Montana should be your destination of choice. It is physically impossible to walk three blocks in Bozeman without running into fly fishing references. Gift shops are overrun with fly fishing Santas, royal coachman bed sheets and carved wooden trout. The town is literally surrounded by its five fly shops and four outdoor sporting goods stores. It seems like one out of 4 locals owns a boat and many of them make their living as fishing guides. Bozeman has the highest concentration of fly fishing and wildlife photographers of any town on earth: flip open your ...
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Montana Fishing News
- FWP Seeks Comments From Anglers
- Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking comments from anglers and others on issues that could result in future changes or improvements to Montana's fishing regulati...
- Montana FWPC to Meet in Helena Oct. 11
- Montana's Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission will meet Oct. 11 in Helena to adopt 2013 fishing regulation changes and approve adjustments to elk plan objectives in som...
- Free Yellowstone River Guide Book
- LIVINGSTON, Montana - Trout Headwaters, Inc. is pleased to release the free 2013 Yellowstone River Guide to Conservation, Recreation, Education and other Resources. This ...
- FWP Approves Church Slough Boat Ramp
- Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP), Region One, has completed a supplemental environmental assessment (EA) for a permit application from Flathead County for boat ra...
- Clark Fork River and all Fishing Access Sites Reopened
- Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reopened today an eight-mile stretch of the Clark Fork River and two Fishing Access Sites (FASs) that were closed last week due to dang...
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Montana Fishing Regs & Licenses
Conservation License - $8.00 plus: Annual Fishing (18-62) - $18.00 Annual Fishing (15-17) - $8.00
Conservation License - $10.00 plus: 2-Day Fishing - $15.00 Annual Fishing - $60.00
A valid fishing license is required for all types of fishing on state waters. To fish in Montana, most anglers need two licenses: a Conservation License and a Fishing License.