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In hot water: Warmer temps pose problems for Montana’s $750 million fishing industry (mtstandard.com)
In hot water: Warmer temps pose problems for Montana’s $750 million fishing industry
- Thom Bridge
- Oct 20, 2022 Updated Oct 21, 2022
Anglers fish the Missouri River near Craig in July.
- THOM BRIDGE, Independent Record
An angler fishes the Clark Fork River just below the confluence with Rattlesnake Creek on Friday. Beginning Saturday, fishing will be closed in a 100-yard radius around where Rattlesnake Creek enters the Clark Fork to protect bull trout that are seeking the colder water of the Rattlesnake as the Clark Fork heats up.
- TOM BAUER/Missoulian
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