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New Members please read
« on: Jan 05, 2016, 07:42 PM »
"EVERYONE needs to read this...Especially newbies!

Within the Montana State Forum, you have the option of visiting two message boards:
1)   Ice Fishing Montana
This board is intended as a place for questions, answers and opinions about general locations (e.g. “What’s a good place to find kokes within 50 miles of Missoula?”) and discussions about bait, gear, safety, weather, Montana life, etc.  This is not the place to ask about the ice thickness on Secret Lake. For that, continue on!

2)   Montana Fishing Reports and Conditions
The intent of the Fishing Reports and Conditions board is to provide a place for you to:
a)   report the results of your most recent outing, and/or the current ice conditions; OR
b)   ask if anyone can provide either of the above if there are no recent reports.
Your report or question should pertain to the waterbody specified in the thread title.
IMPORTANT: You will not be able to see, access or post within the Reports and Conditions board until you have made a minimum of 1 post on the Ice Fishing Montana board.
Once you have reached that minimum, you can reach the Fishing Reports and Conditions board by going here: http://www.iceshanty.com/ice_fishing/index.php#c15. If you have not yet made 1 post or are not logged in, you will only see the Ice Fishing Montana board in the table.

General Request
If you are unable to find a specific topic on the first page of the Ice Fishing Montana board, you have 2 options:
1.)   Go to page 2, then 3, 4.... until you find what you are looking for; OR
2.)   Use the search function (http://www.iceshanty.com/ice_fishing/index.php?action=search) because there is a great chance that many threads on whatever topic you are looking for already exist.
Taking this approach will help to minimize the potential for redundant and parallel threads.

Thanks in advance for your cooperation!"
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