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Old 08-18-2018, 09:43 AM
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Montana Grayling need some help
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Old 08-20-2018, 08:44 AM
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May I suggest concerned anglers join the Big Hole River Foundation whose mission is "To conserve, enhance and protect the free-flowing character to the Big Hole River, its unique culture, fish and wildlife." I've been a member for about 10 years now and it is one way we as anglers can help make a difference in the management of this precious resource.

Contact: BHRF @ P.O. Box 3894 Butte, MT 59702. Basic membership is $25 annually.

BHRF has been working successfully to conserve the BHR grayling through cooperative partnerships with ranchers and other water users in the Big Hole for decades.
I'm not sure this listing is in the best interest of the fish. Bringing in the hammer of the ESA will **** off a bunch of people and threaten the progress already made. Despite information is this article, grayling had three good recruitment years just before the stated decline; I caught and released several three years ago.
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