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The Flathead Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited has long been committed to protecting the Flathead River system, one of the last best strongholds for native bull trout and westslope cutthroat trout. The recent bipartisan support and passage of the North Fork Watershed Protection Act is a major step [ READ MORE... ]
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  Once again, the wonderful fall season has descended on the fabulous Flathead Valley. That means it’s time once again to enjoy some of the finest fishing of the year. And, fall also means the release of the latest issue of the informative and exciting Flathead Valley Trout Unlimited Fall [ READ MORE... ]
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Akokala Lake GNP While the 22-acre Akokala Lake on the west side of Glacier National Park may be considered one of the lesser gems in the Crown of the Continent, it nevertheless plays an important role as a refuge for native fish in the Park ecosystem. In recent decades, the bloated population of [ READ MORE... ]
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Following the direction of the Flathead Reservation Fish and Wildlife Board, the CSKT Tribal Council and public comments received during the preparation of EIS: Proposed Strategies to Benefit Native Species by Reducing the Abundance of Lake Trout in Flathead Lake, CSKT fisheries biologists recently [ READ MORE... ]
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Tell Montana FWP Not to Over-Develop Fish Creek State Park! WHAT:  The Parks Division of Montana FWP recently released a draft management plan for 5,600-acre Fish Creek State Park, which is located on Lower Fish Creek near its confluence with the Clark Fork River in Mineral County. The 35,000-acre [ READ MORE... ]
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Tell Montana FWP Not to Over-Develop Fish Creek State Park! WHAT:  The Parks Division of Montana FWP recently released a draft management plan for 5,600-acre Fish Creek State Park, which is located on Lower Fish Creek near its confluence with the Clark Fork River in Mineral County. The 35,000-acre [ READ MORE... ]
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Got a note this morning on the current status of the kokanee population on Lake Pend Oreille and it looks like continued good news. As you all know, Idaho Fish and Game began netting predatory lake trout in Pend Oreille in 2006 following the crash of the kokanee population and severe drops in the [ READ MORE... ]
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