Commenting begins on potential regulations for Madison River

Montana officials have put out for public review a suite of potential regulations for one of the state’s busiest rivers.

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks released this week an online survey on ways to deal with the Madison River, which set a state record in 2017 with 207,000 angler days.

The survey asks people to rate alternatives meant to address four issues: commercial fishing outfitters, social conflict and angler use on the upper river, and recreation on the lower river.

LINK (via: Bozeman Daily Chronicle)

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