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Montana Stream Access Law

Montana Stream Access Law

The Montana Stream Access Law says that anglers, floaters and other recreationists in Montana have full use of most natural waterways between the high-water marks for fishing and floating, along with swimming and other river or stream-related activities. In 1984, the Montana Supreme Court held that the streambed of any river or stream that has

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East Gallatin River

East Gallatin River

The East Gallatin River flows 42 miles (68 km) in a northwesterly direction through the Gallatin Valley. Rising from the confluence of Rocky Creek and several other small streams, the East Gallatin begins about one mile (1.6 km) east of Downtown Bozeman, Montana. The river joins the main stem of the Gallatin River 2.3 miles

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Category : Bozeman Information


Bozeman Floodplains

Bozeman Floodplains

Federal Emergency Management Agency(FEMA) issued updated floodplain maps for Bozeman and other areas of Southwest Montana. The update floodplain maps redefined the 500 year and 100 year floodplains for many areas. The maps, which are digitized, replaced the old hard copies drawn in the 1980’s with newer, more accurate information. Bozeman has its own floodplain

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