The stretch of river on the Bitterroot between Woodside and Tucker West fishing accesses has claimed a 6 year old’s life and caused a number of boating accidents in the past few years. The supply ditch diversion dam is the site of most of these accidents, and is why the FWP is seeking a new rule to be able to close this stretch of the river when it reaches dangerous condition. The FWP will bring the proposal forward this week at their regular meeting in Helena.
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