AIS Stations Hours of Operations – Spring 2022
Dates: Thursday March 17th-Sunday May 15th
Anglers are responsible for reading and following all Montana and Tribal fishing regulations and the event rules.
Requirement to certify your boat as mussel-free to participate in Mack Days. All watercraft entering the state of Montana crossing west over the Continental Divide into the Columbia River Basin must have proof of inspection from an authorized inspector before participation in the contest. Vessels and equipment traveling into the Flathead Basin that have been used on waters outside of the Flathead Basin must be inspected at a department inspection station prior to launching within the Flathead Basin. Fish entries will not be accepted from anglers fishing from un-certified boats. If during the event, a boat is taken out of the Flathead Basin, it is required to be re-inspected before re-entering the contest. Your best defense is always WASH, CLEAN, AND DRY when moving your boat and trailer to any area INCLUDING all equipment, lines, anchors, live wells, etc.
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