Jim Crews wants to take his 13-foot hovercraft for a ride on the Bitterroot and Clark Fork rivers, but he’s got some bureaucratic whitewater to navigate before that can occur.
“I want to be able to take my hovercraft on the river. Period. If they want to restrict the season that’s fine, so we don’t interfere with fishermen or float boats,” Crews said. “But just one day a week, families should be able to recreate on the river using hovercrafts.”
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