Legal Region Boundaries

Region 1 Boundaries

Boundary Description for Region 1

In Region 1, the geographical boundaries encompass portions of Flathead, Lake, Lincoln, Lewis and Clark, Mineral, Missoula, Powell, and Sanders counties. The region is defined by a precise boundary as follows:

  1. Starting Point: Initiated at the intersection of the Continental Divide and the Glacier National Park boundary at Marias Pass.

  2. Westerly and Northerly Boundaries: Proceeds westerly and northerly along the Glacier National Park boundary until it reaches the Canadian border.

  3. Montana-Idaho Border: Continues westerly along the Canadian border until it intersects with the Montana-Idaho border.

  4. Sanders-Mineral County Line: Moves southerly along the Montana-Idaho border until it reaches its junction with the Sanders-Mineral County line.

  5. Trail 404 to Combest Peak: Progresses easterly along the Sanders-Mineral County line to Trail 404 near Combest Peak.

  6. Miller Creek Loop Road: Follows Trail 404 eastward to Miller Creek Loop Road.

  7. Patrick’s Knob: Continues along Miller Creek and Forest Road 7593 to Patrick’s Knob.

  8. Trail 1714 to Montana Route 135: Heads southerly on Trail 1714 to reach Montana Route 135.

  9. Montana Route 135 to Trail 242: Moves easterly along Montana Route 135 to Trail 242.

  10. Trail 242 to Clark Fork-Ninemile Divide: Progresses southerly along Trail 242 to the Clark Fork-Ninemile Divide.

  11. Clark Fork-Ninemile Divide to Sanders County Line: Follows the divide and Sanders County line eastward.

  12. Flathead Indian Reservation: Reaches the Flathead Indian Reservation boundary and then moves southeasterly and northeasterly along said boundary.

  13. Swan-Clearwater Divide: Continues easterly and northerly along the Swan-Clearwater Divide.

  14. Blackfoot-Flathead Divide at Wolverine Peak: Proceeds to the Blackfoot-Flathead Divide at Wolverine Peak, then moves south, east, and north along this divide.

  15. Continental Divide at Triple Divide Mountain: Finally, goes northerly along the Continental Divide until it reaches the Glacier National Park boundary at Marias Pass, completing the loop and returning to the starting point.

Region 2 Boundaries

Boundary Description for Region 2

Region 2 encompasses specific areas within Deer Lodge, Granite, Lewis and Clark, Mineral, Missoula, Powell, Ravalli, and Silver Bow Counties, and its boundaries are defined as follows:

  1. Starting Point: Commences at Lookout Pass on the Montana-Idaho border.

  2. Mineral County-Sanders County Line: Progresses in an easterly direction along the Mineral County-Sanders County line.

  3. U.S. Forest Service Trail 404 to Combest Peak: Continues to U.S. Forest Service Trail 404 near Combest Peak and moves eastward along this trail.

  4. Miller Creek Loop Forest Service Road: Follows east along Miller Creek Loop Forest Service Road to its junction with U.S. Forest Service Trail 415.

  5. U.S. Forest Service Trail 415 to Trail 1714: Proceeds south and east along U.S. Forest Service Trail 415 to its junction with U.S. Forest Service Trail 1714.

  6. Trail 1714 to Clark Fork River: Heads south on U.S. Forest Service Trail 1714 to the Clark Fork River, reaching the Cascade Campground.

  7. Forest Service Trail 242 to Ninemile-Seigel Creek Divide: Continues south along Forest Service Trail 242 to the Ninemile-Seigel Creek Divide.

  8. Ninemile-Seigel Creek Divide to Flathead Indian Reservation: Moves easterly along the Ninemile-Seigel Creek Divide to reach the Flathead Indian Reservation.

  9. Flathead Indian Reservation Boundary to Swan-Clearwater Divide: Progresses southeasterly and northeasterly along the reservation boundary to the Swan-Clearwater Divide.

  10. Swan-Clearwater Divide to Blackfoot-Flathead Divide: Continues easterly and northerly along the Swan-Clearwater Divide to the Blackfoot-Flathead Divide.

  11. Blackfoot-Flathead Divide to Continental Divide at Triple Divide Mountain: Moves southerly, easterly, and northerly along the Blackfoot-Flathead Divide to the Continental Divide at Triple Divide Mountain.

  12. Continental Divide at Triple Divide Mountain to Interstate 15: Proceeds southeasterly along the Continental Divide until it reaches Interstate 15.

  13. Interstate 15 to Interstate 90 at Butte: Continues in a southerly direction along Interstate 15 to its junction with Interstate 90 at Butte.

  14. Interstate 90 to State Route 1: Moves west and north along Interstate 90 to its junction with State Route 1.

  15. State Route 1 to State Route 274 (Mill Creek Road): Progresses northwesterly along State Route 1 to State Route 274 (Mill Creek Road).

  16. State Route 274 (Mill Creek Road) to Continental Divide: Continues southerly along State Route 274 (Mill Creek Road) to the Continental Divide.

  17. Continental Divide to Montana-Idaho Border: Moves southwesterly along the Continental Divide to the Montana-Idaho border.

  18. Montana-Idaho Border to Lookout Pass: Finally, proceeds westerly and northerly along the Montana-Idaho border to return to Lookout Pass, completing the loop and returning to the starting point.

Region 3 Boundaries

Boundary Description for Region 3

Region 3 encompasses specific areas within Beaverhead, Broadwater, Deer Lodge, Gallatin, Jefferson, Lewis and Clark, Madison, Meagher, Park, Silver Bow, and Sweet Grass Counties. The boundary for this region is precisely defined as follows:

  1. Starting Point: Begins at Mt. Tiny on the Continental Divide.

  2. Continental Divide to Montana-Idaho Border: Heads southwesterly along said divide to the Montana-Idaho border.

  3. Montana-Idaho Border to Yellowstone National Park Boundary: Continues southerly and easterly along the Montana-Idaho border until it reaches the Yellowstone National Park boundary.

  4. Yellowstone National Park Boundary to Stillwater-Yellowstone River Divide: Moves northerly and easterly along said boundary to the Stillwater-Yellowstone River Divide.

  5. Stillwater-Yellowstone River Divide to Elephant Head Mountain: Proceeds northwesterly along said divide to Columbine Pass and the Boulder River-Yellowstone River divide, then westerly and northerly along said divide to Elephant Head Mountain.

  6. Elephant Head Mountain to Yellowstone River: Descends northward down Mission Creek to the Yellowstone River.

  7. Yellowstone River to Duck Creek: Continues eastward down the south bank of the Yellowstone River to the mouth of Duck Creek.

  8. Duck Creek to Shields-Yellowstone River Divide (Crazy Mountain Divide): Moves northwesterly along the west bank of Duck Creek to the West Fork of Duck Creek, then northwesterly along the west bank of said creek to the Shields-Yellowstone River Divide.

  9. Shields-Yellowstone River Divide to Smith-Shields River Divide: Progresses westerly along said divide to the Smith-Shields River Divide and the head of the Middle Fork of Sixteen Mile Creek.

  10. Smith-Shields River Divide to Meagher-Gallatin County Line: Moves westerly down the south bank of said creek to the Meagher-Gallatin County line.

  11. Meagher-Gallatin County Line to Broadwater-Meagher County Line: Continues west along said line to the Broadwater-Meagher county line.

  12. Broadwater-Meagher County Line to Lewis and Clark – Meagher County Line: Heads northwesterly along said line to the Lewis and Clark – Meagher County line until its intersection with USFS Rd #4143.

  13. USFS Rd #4143 to Beaver Creek Road (USFS Road #138): Moves westerly along said road to the Beaver Creek Road (USFS Road #138).

  14. Beaver Creek Road (USFS Road #138) to Beartooth WMA Boundary: Continues northwesterly along said road to the National Forest/private land boundary in the southwest quarter of section 23, then west, north, and west along the National Forest and Gates of the Mountain Wilderness boundary to the posted Beartooth WMA boundary fence near Humps cabin.

  15. Willow Creek-Elkhorn Creek Divide: Proceeds southwest along the Willow Creek-Elkhorn Creek Divide.

  16. Willow Mountain to Meriwether Canyon-Willow Creek Divide: Moves southwest to Willow Mountain and along the Meriwether Canyon-Willow Creek divide.

  17. Meriwether Canyon-Mann Gulch Divide to Missouri River: Continues southwest down the Meriwether Canyon-Mann Gulch Divide to the mouth of Meriwether Canyon on the east side of the Missouri River.

  18. Missouri River to Interstate -15: Heads northerly up Holter Lake and the east shore of the Missouri River to Interstate -15.

  19. Interstate -15 to US Highway 287 Junction: Progresses in a southerly direction along said interstate to its junction with US Highway 287.

  20. US Highway 287 to Lyons Creek Bridge: Continues south on said highway to the bridge over Lyons Creek, then up said creek and the North Fork of Lyons Creek to the Continental Divide.

  21. Continental Divide to Interstate 15: Moves southeasterly along said divide to Interstate 15.

  22. Interstate 15 to Interstate 90 at Butte: Proceeds in a southerly direction along said interstate to its junction with Interstate 90 at Butte.

  23. Interstate 90 to State Route 1: Heads westerly and northerly along said interstate to its junction with State Route 1.

  24. State Route 1 to State Route 274 (Mill Creek Road): Continues northwesterly along said highway to State Route 274 (Mill Creek Road).

  25. State Route 274 (Mill Creek Road) to Continental Divide: Progresses southerly along said route to the Continental Divide.

  26. Continental Divide to Mt. Tiny: Moves southwesterly along said divide to Mt. Tiny, the point of beginning.

Trail Creek Beaver Management Area

Legal Description

Trail Creek Beaver Management Area encompasses Joseph Creek from Chief Joseph Pass to the confluence with Trail Creek and Trail Creek downstream of this confluence to the National Forest boundary.

Upper Madison Beaver Management Area

Legal Description

The Upper Madison Beaver Management Area includes those portions of Gallatin and Madison counties that encompass all of the Madison River drainage upstream from the Earthquake Lake Dam. The boundaries are described as follows:

  1. Starting Point: Begins at the outlet of Earthquake Lake Dam on the Madison River.

  2. Earthquake Lake Dam to Rock Creek: Moves northerly to US Highway 287, then northeasterly to the intersection of Rock Creek, then up said creek to the Beaverhead-Gallatin National Forest boundary.

  3. Beaverhead-Gallatin National Forest Boundary to Yellowstone National Park Boundary: Heads northerly on said boundary to the Madison River-Gallatin River divide, then easterly along said divide to the western boundary of Yellowstone National Park.

  4. Yellowstone National Park Boundary to Montana-Idaho State Line: Continues south along said boundary to the Montana-Idaho state line, then northerly and westerly to its intersection with Highway 87, then along highway 287 to the Madison River, easterly along said river to the outlet of Earthquake Lake Dam, the point of beginning.

Wolf WMU 313 Legal Description: Gardiner/Absaroka

Legal Description

Wolf WMU 313 Legal Description encompasses those portions of Carbon, Sweet Grass, and Park Counties lying within the following-described boundary:

  1. Yellowstone River to Gardiner River: Begins at the intersection of the Yellowstone River and the north boundary of Yellowstone National Park near Gardiner and the mouth of the Gardiner River.

  2. Yellowstone National Park Boundary to USFS Trail #106 (Mill Creek Trail): Moves northwesterly along said boundary to USFS Trail #106 (Mill Creek Trail).

  3. USFS Trail #106 (Mill Creek Trail) to Cedar Creek: Continues northeasterly along said trail to the head of Mill Creek, then northeasterly along said creek (downstream) to Cinnabar Creek.

  4. Cedar Creek to Yellowstone River: Heads easterly along said creek (downstream) to the Yellowstone River, then northerly along said river (downstream) to Cedar Creek.

  5. Yellowstone River to USFS Trail #72 (Cedar Creek Trail): Proceeds easterly along said river to the mouth of Duck Creek, then northwesterly along the west bank of said creek to the West Fork of Duck Creek.

  6. USFS Trail #72 (Cedar Creek Trail) to Smith-Shields River Divide: Moves northeasterly along said trail to the Cedar-Bear Creek Divide, then easterly along said divide to Monitor Peak.

  7. Smith-Shields River Divide to Montana-Wyoming Border: Continues southeasterly along the Mill-Bear Creek divide to the southwest corner of Section 7, T8S, R10E between the headwaters of East Fork Bear Creek and the headwaters of Thompson Creek.

  8. Montana-Wyoming Border to Yellowstone National Park Boundary: Heads northeasterly along the Mill-Hellroaring Creeks Divide to the Mill Creek-Hellroaring Creek-Boulder River divide south of Crow Mountain, then southeasterly along the Hellroaring Creek-Boulder River Divide and Boulder River-Buffalo Fork Divide past Sheepherder Peak.

  9. Yellowstone National Park Boundary to Yellowstone River: Progresses northeasterly along the Boulder River-Slough Creek Divide to the Custer-Gallatin National Forest boundary near Columbine Pass, then southeasterly along said boundary to its intersection with the Stillwater-Park County line southeast of Timberline Mountain.

  10. Yellowstone River to Gardiner River: Moves east along said county line to the divide between Storm Lakes and Avalanche Lake north of Granite Peak, then south to the Custer-Gallatin National Forest boundary at Granite Peak, then southerly and easterly along said boundary to the junction with the Montana-Wyoming border southeast of Albino Lake.

  11. Montana-Wyoming Border to Yellowstone National Park Boundary: Finally, proceeds westerly along said border to the Yellowstone National Park boundary west of Silver Gate, then northerly and westerly along said boundary to its intersection with the Yellowstone River near Gardiner and the mouth of the Gardiner River, completing the loop and returning to the starting point.

Note: A "No Shooting Zone" is posted around the town of Gardiner.

Region 4 Boundaries

Boundary Description for Region 4

Region 4 encompasses specific areas within Cascade, Chouteau, Fergus, Glacier, Hill, Judith Basin, Lewis and Clark, Liberty, Meagher, Petroleum, Pondera, Teton, and Toole counties. The boundary for this region is precisely defined as follows:

  1. Starting Point: Begins at a point where the eastern boundary of Glacier National Park intersects the United States-Canada Boundary.

  2. United States-Canada Boundary to Liberty-Hill County Line: Proceeds east along said boundary to the Liberty-Hill County line.

  3. Liberty-Hill County Line to Marias River: Moves south on said line to the Marias River.

  4. Marias River to Missouri River: Continues southerly along the east bank of said river to the Missouri River.

  5. Missouri River to Fort Peck Reservoir: Heads easterly along the south bank of said river to the Fort Peck Reservoir.

  6. Fort Peck Reservoir to Musselshell River: Proceeds easterly and southerly along the south edge of said reservoir to the Musselshell River.

  7. Musselshell River to State Route 200: Moves southerly along the west bank of said river to State Route 200.

  8. State Route 200 to Winnett: Continues west along said route to Winnett.

  9. Winnett to US Highway 87: Heads southwesterly on the Winnett to Roundup Road (FAS 244) to its junction with US Highway 87.

  10. US Highway 87 to Flat Willow Creek: Moves north on said highway approximately 4 miles to Flat Willow Creek.

  11. Flat Willow Creek to Red Hill Road: Heads westerly up said creek to the South Fork of Flat Willow Creek, then westerly up said creek to the Red Hill Road.

  12. Red Hill Road to Snowy Mountain Divide: Continues south along said road to the Snowy Mountain Divide.

  13. Snowy Mountain Divide to Meadow Creek: Proceeds westerly along said divide to the head of Meadow Creek, then westerly down said creek to US Highway 191.

  14. US Highway 191 to Wheatland-Judith Basin County Line: Moves south on said highway to the Wheatland-Judith Basin county line.

  15. Wheatland-Judith Basin County Line to Spring Creek-Whitetail Creek Road (Forest Service Road #274): Continues westerly on said line and subsequently continuing westerly along the Meagher-Judith Basin County line to its junction with the Spring Creek-Whitetail Creek Road (Forest Service Road #274).

  16. Spring Creek-Whitetail Creek Road (Forest Service Road #274) to US Highway 12: Proceeds south on this road to US Highway 12.

  17. US Highway 12 to Route 294: Moves southeasterly on said highway to its junction with Route 294.

  18. Route 294 to US Highway 89: Heads southwesterly on said route to its junction with US Highway 89.

  19. US Highway 89 to Sixteen-Mile Creek: Continues southerly along said highway to Sixteen-Mile Creek (near Ringling), then southwesterly along the north bank of said creek to the Meagher-Gallatin County line.

  20. Meagher-Gallatin County Line to Broadwater-Meagher County Line: Proceeds west along said line to the Broadwater-Meagher county line.

  21. Broadwater-Meagher County Line to Lewis and Clark – Meagher County Line: Moves northwesterly along said line to the Lewis and Clark – Meagher County line until its intersection with USFS Rd #4143.

  22. USFS Rd #4143 to Beaver Creek Road (USFS Road #138): Continues westerly along said road to the Beaver Creek Road (USFS Road #138).

  23. Beaver Creek Road (USFS Road #138) to Beartooth WMA Boundary: Heads northwesterly along said road to the National Forest/private land boundary in the southwest quarter of section 23, then west, north, and west along the National Forest and Gates of the Mountain Wilderness boundary to the posted Beartooth WMA boundary fence near Hump Cabin.

  24. Willow Creek-Elkhorn Creek-Porcupine Creek Divide: Proceeds southwesterly along the Willow Creek-Elkhorn Creek-Porcupine Creek divide.

  25. Willow Mountain to Meriwether Canyon-Willow Creek Divide: Moves southwesterly along said divide to Willow Mountain, then along the Meriwether Canyon-Willow Creek divide.

  26. Meriwether Canyon-Mann Gulch Divide to Missouri River: Continues southwesterly down the Meriwether Canyon-Mann Gulch divide to the mouth of Meriwether Canyon on the east side of the Missouri River.

  27. Missouri River to Interstate 15: Heads northerly up Holter Lake and the east shore of the Missouri River to Interstate 15.

  28. Interstate 15 to US Highway 287 Junction: Proceeds southerly along said interstate to the junction with US Highway 287.

  29. US Highway 287 to Lyons Creek Bridge: Moves south on said highway to the bridge over Lyons Creek, then up said creek and the North Fork of Lyons Creek to the Continental Divide.

  30. Continental Divide to Glacier National Park Boundary: Heads northerly along said divide to the Glacier National Park boundary.

  31. Glacier National Park Boundary to United States-Canada Boundary: Continues easterly and northerly along said boundary to the United States-Canada boundary, completing the loop and returning to the starting point.

Region 5 Boundaries

Boundary Description for Region 5

Region 5 includes specific areas within Big Horn, Carbon, Fergus, Golden Valley, Meagher, Musselshell, Park, Petroleum, Stillwater, Sweet Grass, Treasure, Wheatland, and Yellowstone counties. The boundary for this region is meticulously outlined as follows:

  1. Starting Point: Begins at Wolverine Peak where the Stillwater-Yellowstone River Divide meets with the Yellowstone National Park boundary.

  2. Stillwater-Yellowstone River Divide to Boulder River-Yellowstone River Divide: Moves northwesterly along said divide to Columbine Pass and the Boulder River-Yellowstone River Divide.

  3. Boulder River-Yellowstone River Divide to Elephant Head Mountain: Heads westerly and northerly along said divide to Elephant Head Mountain.

  4. Elephant Head Mountain to Yellowstone River: Continues north down Mission Creek to the Yellowstone River.

  5. Yellowstone River to Duck Creek Mouth: Proceeds east down the south bank of said river to the mouth of Duck Creek.

  6. Duck Creek Mouth to West Fork of Duck Creek: Moves northwesterly along the west bank of said creek to the West Fork of Duck Creek.

  7. West Fork of Duck Creek to Shields-Yellowstone River Divide (Crazy Mountain Divide): Continues northwesterly along the west bank of said creek to the Shields-Yellowstone River Divide (Crazy Mountain Divide).

  8. Shields-Yellowstone River Divide to Shields-Musselshell River Divide: Proceeds northerly and westerly along said divide to the Shields-Musselshell River Divide.

  9. Shields-Musselshell River Divide to Smith-Shields River Divide and Middle Fork of Sixteen Mile Creek: Heads westerly along said divide to the Smith-Shields River Divide and the head of the Middle Fork of Sixteen Mile Creek.

  10. Middle Fork of Sixteen Mile Creek to Sixteen Mile Creek: Continues westerly down the south bank of said creek to Sixteen Mile Creek.

  11. Sixteen Mile Creek to US Highway 89: Moves northwesterly along the south bank of said creek to US Highway 89.

  12. US Highway 89 to Route 294: Proceeds north on said highway to its junction with Route 294.

  13. Route 294 to US Highway 12: Heads northeasterly on said route to its junction with US Highway 12.

  14. US Highway 12 to Spring Creek-Whitetail Creek Road (Forest Service Road #274): Moves northwesterly on said highway to its junction with the Spring Creek-Whitetail Creek Road (Forest Service Road #274).

  15. Spring Creek-Whitetail Creek Road (Forest Service Road #274) to Meagher-Judith Basin County Line: Continues north on said road to the Meagher-Judith Basin county line.

  16. Meagher-Judith Basin County Line to Wheatland-Judith Basin County Line: Proceeds easterly along said line and subsequently continuing easterly along the Wheatland-Judith Basin county line to its junction with US Highway 191.

  17. US Highway 191 to Meadow Creek: Moves northerly on said highway to its junction with Meadow Creek near Garniel, then northeasterly along said creek to the Snowy Mountain Divide.

  18. Snowy Mountain Divide to Red Hill Road: Heads easterly along said divide to its intersection with the Red Hill Road, then north along said road to South Fork Flatwillow Creek.

  19. South Fork Flatwillow Creek to Flatwillow Creek: Continues easterly along said creek to Flatwillow Creek.

  20. Flatwillow Creek to US Highway 87: Proceeds easterly along said creek to US Highway 87.

  21. US Highway 87 to Route 244: Moves southerly along said highway to Route 244.

  22. Route 244 to Winnett: Heads northerly along said route to Winnett.

  23. Winnett to US Highway 200: Proceeds east along US Highway 200 to the Musselshell River.

  24. Musselshell River to Melstone-Custer Road Bridge: Continues south along the east bank of said river to the Melstone-Custer Road bridge.

  25. Melstone-Custer Road to Interstate 94: Moves south along the Melstone-Custer Road to Interstate 94 near Custer.

  26. Interstate 94 to State Route 47: Proceeds east along said interstate to State Route 47.

  27. State Route 47 to Interstate 90 at Hardin: Heads south along said route to Interstate 90 at Hardin.

  28. Interstate 90 at Hardin to Montana-Wyoming State Line: Moves south along said interstate to the Montana-Wyoming state line.

  29. Montana-Wyoming State Line to Yellowstone National Park Boundary: Proceeds westerly along said line to the Yellowstone National Park Boundary.

  30. Yellowstone National Park Boundary to Stillwater-Yellowstone River Divide at Wolverine Peak: Heads northerly and westerly along said boundary to the Stillwater-Yellowstone River Divide at Wolverine Peak, the point of beginning.

Special Regulations in Regions 1, 2 and portions of 3, 4 & 5

In addition, there are special regulations applicable to certain areas within Regions 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, defined by the following boundary:

  • From the Montana-Idaho state line at the Canada border, then east along said border to the Glacier National Park boundary.
  • South and east along said boundary to Marias Pass.
  • Then easterly along US Highway 2 to its intersection with US Highway 89 in Browning.
  • Southeasterly along said highway to its intersection with US Highway 287 at Choteau.
  • Southerly along said highway to its intersection with Interstate 90 near Three Forks.
  • Easterly along said interstate to State Route 78 at Columbus.
  • Southerly along said route to its intersection with US Highway 212 at Red Lodge.
  • Southerly along said route to the Montana-Wyoming state line.
  • Along said state line to the Yellowstone National Park Boundary.
  • West and south along that boundary to the Montana-Idaho state line.
  • Then westerly and northerly along said state line to the US-Canada border, the point of beginning.

Region 6 Boundaries

Boundary Description for Region 6

Region 6 encompasses specific areas within Blaine, Chouteau, Daniels, Garfield, Hill, McCone, Phillips, Richland, Roosevelt, Sheridan, and Valley counties. The boundary for this region is defined as follows:

  1. Starting Point: Commences at a point where State Route 233 joins the Canadian Line (near the port of Willow Creek).

  2. Canadian Line to Hill-Liberty County Line: Moves west along said border to the Hill-Liberty county line.

  3. Hill-Liberty County Line to Marias River: Proceeds south along said line to the Marias River.

  4. Marias River to Missouri River: Continues southerly along the east bank of said river to the Missouri River.

  5. Missouri River to Fort Peck Powerhouse: Heads easterly along the south bank of said river to the Fort Peck Powerhouse.

  6. Fort Peck Powerhouse to Big Dry Creek: Moves southerly along the east shore of Fort Peck Reservoir to Big Dry Creek.

  7. Big Dry Creek to State Route 200: Continues south along said creek to State Route 200.

  8. State Route 200 to North Dakota Border: Proceeds east and northeast along said route to the North Dakota border.

  9. North Dakota Border to Canadian Border: Moves north along said border to the Canadian border.

  10. Canadian Border to State Route 233: Heads west along said border to State Route 233, the point of beginning.

Portion of Region 6 for Swift Fox Season

Within Region 6, there is a specific portion designated for Swift Fox Season. This portion includes areas within Blaine, Hill, Phillips, and Valley counties and is defined by the following boundary:

  1. Starting Point: Commences at a point where State Route 233 joins the Canadian Line (near the port of Willow Creek).

  2. Canadian Line to Hill-Liberty County Line: Moves west along said border to the Hill-Liberty county line.

  3. Hill-Liberty County Line to US Highway 2: Proceeds south along said line to US Highway 2.

  4. US Highway 2 to Nashua: Heads east along said highway to Nashua.

  5. Nashua to West Fork of Porcupine Creek: Continues northerly along Porcupine Creek to the West Fork of Porcupine Creek.

  6. West Fork of Porcupine Creek to Fort Peck Indian Reservation Boundary: Moves northerly along said creek until the north boundary of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.

  7. Fort Peck Indian Reservation Boundary to MT Highway 24: Heads easterly along said boundary until MT Highway 24.

  8. MT Highway 24 to Canadian Border: Proceeds northerly along said highway to the Canadian border.

  9. Canadian Border to Port of Willow Creek: Heads westerly along said border to the port of Willow Creek, the point of beginning.

Region 7 Boundaries

Region 7 includes specific areas within Bighorn, Carter, Custer, Dawson, Fallon, Garfield, McCone, Musselshell, Powder River, Prairie, Richland, Rosebud, Treasure, Yellowstone, and Wibaux Counties. The boundary for this region is meticulously outlined as follows:

  1. Starting Point: Begins at the junction of State Route 47 and Interstate 94.

  2. Interstate 94 to Melstone-Custer Road Intersection: Moves west along said interstate to the intersection with the Melstone-Custer Road near Custer.

  3. Melstone-Custer Road to Melstone: Proceeds north along said road to Melstone.

  4. Melstone to Musselshell River Bridge: Heads east along US Highway 12 to the Musselshell River bridge.

  5. Musselshell River Bridge to Missouri River: Continues north along the east bank of the Musselshell River to the Missouri River.

  6. Missouri River to Fort Peck Powerhouse: Proceeds east and northeast down said river to the Fort Peck Powerhouse.

  7. Fort Peck Powerhouse to Big Dry Creek: Moves southerly along the east shore of Fort Peck Reservoir to Big Dry Creek.

  8. Big Dry Creek to Little Dry Creek: Continues south up said creek to Little Dry Creek.

  9. Little Dry Creek to State Route 200: Heads east along State Route 200.

  10. State Route 200 to Montana-North Dakota State Line: Proceeds northeast along said route to the Montana-North Dakota state line.

  11. Montana-North Dakota State Line to Montana-Wyoming State Line: Moves south to the Montana-Wyoming state line.

  12. Montana-Wyoming State Line to Interstate 90: Heads west along said state line to Interstate 90.

  13. Interstate 90 to State Route 47: Proceeds north along said interstate to State Route 47.

  14. State Route 47 to Interstate 94: Continues north along said state route to Interstate 94, the point of beginning.

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