he Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program is sponsoring an ice fishing class on February 17 and 18.
With modern gear, ice fishing is fun, safe and comfortable. This class is for beginning or intermediate female anglers who want to learn the basics or improve their fishing skills. Participants must attend the evening class on February 17th at the FWP Region 1 office in Kalispell. Fishing on the ice will take place Saturday morning, February 18th, at a location near Kalispell. Participants do not need a fishing license as this class has been issued a license exemption. The class fee is $15 and all ice fishing equipment and supplies will be provided if needed.
For more information and to register call Liz Lodman 406-444-9940; or email Liz Lodman at: firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also call Jim Vashro at 270-9914. Registration forms are available at the Region 1 FWP office or on the FWP web site at fwp.mt.gov under Becoming an Outdoors-Woman.
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