This week we’re talking about a few recent headlines concerning public land and public access.
We give a quick update from a weekend of paddlefish fishing along with picking up a few catfish.
For news we have updates on the Wyoming corner crossing case and how Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks reacted to the ruling of the case.
An update on the Colorado court case concerning an angler suing a private landowner in hopes to improve public water access in the state and potential change stream access laws.
Montana Wildlife Federation, Montana Wild and Montana Association of Counties are suing in an attempt to let lawmakers vote to override Governor Greg Gianforte’s veto of SB 422.
Waterfowl hunting has been suspended at Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge due to staffing shortages.
Ticks may be a disease vector for Chronic Wasting disease, a new research study finds.
For the Deeper Dive we discuss the recent announcement of a potential change to Federal Land leasing that would put conservation organizations on a level playing field for bidding on leases such as oil, gas, wind, solar, and cattle grazing. We also touch on the new ruling where the EPA no longer has jurisdiction over certain waters.
AnyFin Goes Paddlefish Episode: https://youtu.be/eGl77qycGzU