There’s still time you haven’t applied for a Smith River float permit for the 2018 season.
Applications can be processed online through Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. There is a $10 application fee that is non-refundable.
Successful applicants can float the Smith with a group as large as 15 people. The drawing results will be announced March 1 and those lucky enough to draw a permit will be notified. If you don’t get a permit you still may be able to float the Smith by claiming canceled permits or floating on days with unfilled permits. You can find out about those opportunities starting March 12 by calling (406) 454-5861.
Montana Hunting and Fishing Reports 9/22/18
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#@&#*^# BOAT TRAILERS!!!
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INKED WITH PRIDE!!!
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DO YOU TAKE THIS…
BEAR WITH ME!!!
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