The Damselfly Fishing Access Site on the Madison River, 26 miles west of Bozeman, would be improved under a proposal being considered by Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
The agency is seeking public comment on a draft environmental assessment for the work at the 2.25-acre parcel of state school trust land near the mouth of Cherry Creek.
FWP is proposing to improve the approach from Highway 84 and the access road with new fencing or other barriers along the entrance, develop about 24 parking spaces, install regulation and information signs, a concrete vault latrine with an ADA accessible concrete parking pad, a single-wide concrete boat launch, and boat launch staging area.
The draft environmental assessment is available in Bozeman at the FWP regional office (1400 S. 19th Ave.), FWP's Headquarters in Helena (1420 E. 6th Ave.), and on FWP's website at fwp.mt.gov under Recent Public Notices.
Comments on the proposed work will be accepted until 5 p.m. on April 30 and should be mailed to: Damselfly FAS Proposed Development, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, 1400 South 19th Ave., Bozeman, MT 59718 or emailed to: email@example.com
For more information, contact Chris McGrath, regional river recreation manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-994-6359.