This year, let’s celebrate it Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks style with Missouri River March Migration Madness, aka #FishMadness.
Starting with a play-in game on March 4, you will be treated to the Spawner 16, Otolith 8, the Fluvial 4 and the Caudal Fin-al on social media. Teams (fish species) will compete for the title, and game winners will be decided by fan polls and votes on social media. Follow along on Facebook and Instagram.
To play, fill out the bracket and email it to FWPContest@mt.gov.
>> DOWNLOAD BRACKET <<
Another way can play is by posting a photo of your finalized bracket on social media with #FishMadness. Just make sure your post is public so we can see it!
Questions? Contact Kelsey at KAllison.mt.gov.
Completed brackets are due by March 2.
Don’t miss out on the expert analysis of each region with Adam Strainer, Zach Shattuck and David Schmetterling. They break down each jam packed competitive region, Upstream of Great Falls, Fish Tacos and Upstream of North Dakota and Upstream of Fort Peck.
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