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PostPosted: 05/21/20 11:11 • # 1 
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June 1 Montana will be open to fishing without travel restrictions and 14 day quarantine.. Blue Ribbon Flies has just received YNP fishing license to sell but as of now you can only access YNP through the south and east entrances. Montana YNP entrances will open June 1st. Fishing in YNP open May 23rd.
Dennis


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PostPosted: 05/21/20 15:00 • # 2 
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Shhhhhhh


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PostPosted: 05/21/20 15:01 • # 3 
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I just added a day to the condo booking. Can’t wait.


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PostPosted: 05/21/20 15:09 • # 4 
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Thanks Bud!


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PostPosted: 05/21/20 17:13 • # 5 
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According to my friends in Hamilton, 9 people just diagnosed with Covid at the Stockfarms (upper-crust fishing, golfing private community). A family from out of state flew into their vacation fishing/golf home, brought it with them, and infected some of the staff.
Be careful out there folks.

Edit-- for those that don't know the area: Bitterroot River.

A tenkara rod, like a pet monkey, seems like a good idea at first.


Last edited by Brooks on 05/21/20 19:58, edited 1 time in total.

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PostPosted: 05/21/20 17:59 • # 6 
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Brooks wrote:
According to my friends in Hamilton, 9 people just diagnosed with Covid at the Stockfarms (upper-crust fishing, golfing private community). A family from out of state flew into their vacation fishing/golf home, brought it with them, and infected some of the staff.
Be careful out there folks.



Yup, that's what's gonna happen as we open Mt. Sad.


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PostPosted: 05/21/20 20:42 • # 7 
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I'm sure the governor has had plenty of pressure put on him to remove the quarantine advice and open the state to more visitors as the tourism industry is suffering. However, I pretty much liked seeing the new virus case tracking data for the past 2 months. There's not been a new case in my county or the surrounding counties (or in most of the state) for over a month (the one case "reported" in my county 2 weeks was really out of state, though a county resident). Yellowstone country and one or two other places have continued to pop up with one or two cases occasionally but for the most part there's been no recent evidence of community spread statewide and many days with no new cases reported statewide. This didn't happen without a lot of people obeying recommendations to the letter. The new spike of cases in Ravalli county mentioned above could be a harbinger of what's to come if visitors and re-opening businesses are not careful.


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