Montana Biologists Stumped Over Brown Trout Decline

Brown trout numbers are dropping across southwest Montana — and biologists don’t know why. Angling pressure, warming water, and the ongoing drought could all be reasons behind that widespread decrease across many of the region’s rivers, but right now, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (MFWP) biologists still are searching for exact answers and ways to stop the massive decline. “While

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What You Need to Know About Yellowstone Grizzly Attacks and the Future of Hunting Brown Bears in the West

The iconic Yellowstone grizzly bear is charging back into the news — and the halls of Congress.  On April 17, a backcountry guide fishing north of West Yellowstone National Park died after being attacked by an old boar grizzly protecting a cached moose carcass. Charles “Carl” Mock is the eighth person to have been killed by grizzlies in the region

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