Montana Anglers Must Purchase Aquatic Invasive Species Pass

By | May 20, 2017

The Flathead Beacon reports that anglers in Montana will need to purchase an aquatic invasive species prevention pass following legislation signed by Gov. Steve Bullock. The Independent Record reports Bullock signed the bill Thursday. It requires all anglers, including those who have already purchased a fishing license, to buy the prevention pass. Read the full story here.

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