Hoot owl restrictions lifted on some western Montana rivers


Longer nights and cooler water temperatures mean an end to fishing restrictions on three of western Montana’s most favored trout rivers.

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks lifted “hoot owl” restrictions on the Bitterroot, the entire main stem of the Blackfoot and the Clark Fork, downstream of the Rock Creek confluence.

LINK (via:Ravalli Public)

Meanwhile July 2015 was the hottest month in recorded history.


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