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Rule Title: STATE FISHING ACCESS SITES
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Department: FISH, WILDLIFE, AND PARKS, DEPARTMENT OF
Chapter: PARKS DIVISION
Subchapter: State Park System
 
Latest version of the adopted rule presented in Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM):

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12.8.107    STATE FISHING ACCESS SITES

(1) Purpose. To provide permanent public access to high-quality rivers, streams, and lakes.

(2) Description. Areas adjacent to high-quality fishing waters accessible by an existing or acquired public right-of-way and of adequate size to permit practical use of the waters concerned for fishing and, when appropriate, other water-based recreation.

(3) Development and management. Accommodations will consist of facilities for day-use, and in certain cases, overnight camping. Boat-launching ramps, road-building, and fencing may be necessary. Management will involve proper identification of the site and maintenance of public right-of-way and service facilities.

History: 23-1-102, MCA; IMP, 23-1-102, MCA; Eff. 12/31/72.


 

 
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