A fish kill in the Clark Fork River between Warm Springs and Galen — called the most significant in the past two or three decades — has been blamed on mining waste being washed into the river during heavy rains last weekend.
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A 38.18-pound channel catfish that Colstrip angler John Smith reeled in on July 7 has been certified as a new Montana record.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is asking for ideas from the public as it considers future changes to fishing regulations.
The Yellowstone cutthroat trout invaded on horseback.
More than 100 years after Montana became a state, its rivers and streams are still dealing with the repercussions of industry — everything from logging, mining and dam building to road construction and agriculture.
A couple of little creeks near Lincoln will have a big impact on Blackfoot River fish thanks to a million-dollar streamflow agreement nearing completion.
The next decade of angling on the Helena-area reservoirs is the subject of three public meetings this week.
CLINTON — Last April, Brad Liermann stuck a radio transmitter in a cutthroat trout’s belly and let it go. On Wednesday, he found it again just a few hundred yards from where he’d released it.