Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks in association with Trout Unlimited, and the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation are going to levy log jams on Monash County.
The project will not be started till the time the above mentioned authorities do not seek suggestions for the same from the county people. The authorities concerned further asserted that if the idea gets approved then a lot of things will get improved.
Firstly, habitat for local fishes will get improved and there were will be restructuring of natural streams and quality of fishing will also improve a lot. The proposed idea if gets passed will not take much time to get completed.
By the end of coming summers, the ban would be imposed. Bruce Rich, who is the fisheries bureau chief at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, said, “Total closure is an option that is out there that we have resorted to in the past, we try not to go there”.
Rich further affirmed that he is having high hopes from this project and is quite sure that things, which are prevalent now, would be in a better condition after the ban is levied. The ban is said to remain active till the time, conditions improve.
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