Montana’s boating season is slowing down, and with the decrease in boating traffic some watercraft inspection stations are reducing hours or closing for the season. To find a watercraft inspection station, go to www.cleandraindrymt.com.
Watercraft owners are reminded that they still must stop at all open inspection stations. Watercraft coming into Montana from out of state must be inspected prior to launching. In addition, anyone transporting watercraft traveling west over the continental divide or into the Flathead Basin must be inspected before launching.
Here are some highlights from this boating season:
For more information about Montana’s efforts to defend against aquatic invasive species, visit www.cleandraindrymt.com and the “Protect Our Waters Montana” Facebook page.
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