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comes to Fort Peck Te inaugural CanAm Fort Peck Lake LaRegatta had a successlaunch at Fort Peck, acoming up is another neevent: the Under the DamTriathlon.
Tis event will be heon Sunday, September 7beginning at 8:00 a.m.
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Hint offall rollsin Friday
Tonight: Isolated showers and thunderstorms aftermidnight. Partly cloudy, with a low around 63. Westsouthwest wind 5 to 8 mph becoming calm in the evening.Chance of precipitation is 20%.Wednesday: A 30 percent chance of showers andthunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 85. Calmwind becoming south southeast around 6 mph.Wednesday Night: A 30 percent chance of showers and
thunderstorms, mainly after midnight. Mostly cloudy, witha low around 57. Calm wind becoming north northwestaround 5 mph after midnight.Thursday: A 40 percent chance of showers andthunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 78. Northnorthwest wind around 6 mph becoming east northeast inthe afternoon.Thursday Night: Showers and thunderstorms likely,mainly before midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low around55. North northeast wind 13 to 15 mph, with gusts as highas 21 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%.Friday: A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms.Mostly cloudy, with a high near 70. North wind around 14mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.Friday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.Mostly cloudy, with a low around 53.Saturday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.
Mostly cloudy, with a high near 69.Saturday Night: A chance of showers and thunderstorms.Mostly cloudy, with a low around 49.Sunday: A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms.Partly sunny, with a high near 71.Sunday Night: A slight chance of showers andthunderstorms. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 49.Monday: A chance of showers and thunderstorms. Partlysunny, with a high near 72.
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Valley County ransit has reached the end o the St.Marie summer schedule. Te early morning St. Marierun will be discontinued effective Monday, August 25th.Monday through Friday -hour advance reservationswill be required or rides le aving Glasgow or St. Marie at11:30 AM, 5:15 PM and 8:00 PM. And on Saturday andSunday, hour advance reservations will be required
or rides leaving Glasgow or St. Marie at noon and 5:00
pm. With the school year starting up next week, pleasehelp to avoid busy phone lines by calling the officeearly at 228-8747 to register any child that will be usingthe Valley County ransit bus. Keep in mind that allrides must be prescheduled. No one will be allowedon the bus without rst making a reservation and theirpersonal in ormation logged into their computer.
A ree youth shooting and archery skills event isscheduled or Wednesday, August 27th at the Glasgow
rap Club. Te event which will include clay pigeon, turkeysilhouette and pellet-gun shooting stations, as well asan archery range with 3-D hunting targets is opento all youths up to 18 years old. Due to sa ety concerns,youths 12 and under can participate in all o the eventsexcept ones involving shotgun shooting.
Shotguns, pellet guns, ammunition, targets andarchery equipment will be provided at no cost andparticipants between ages 12 and 18 can bring their ownrearms and ammunition i they want. Each station willbe ully staffed by qualied instructors. Youth registration begins onsite at 5 p.m., and theeld activities will start at 5:30 p.m. A barbeque dinneris also scheduled, and a variety o prizes will be awardedto participants. Te event ends at dark. Te Youth Day activities are co-sponsored by localchapters o Ducks Unlimited and the National Wild
urkey Federation, as well as the Glasgow rap Club andMontana Fish, Wildli e & Parks. Additional volunteerhelpers are invited to attend. Te Glasgow rap Club is located off Skylark Roadon the west side o Glasgow toward the Sunnyside Gol& Country Club. For more in ormation, call Ed Sugg at406-230-2033 or Ron Selden at 406-228-3700.
Free Youth Outdoor Skills EventScheduled at Glasgow Trap Club
St. Marie early-morningruns to be discontinued
100 Min.4:00 - 7:00 - 9:00PM
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Why is it that at class reunions you feel youngerthan everyone else looks?
Glasgow High Schoolwill be hosting a preseasonScotty Red & White Nighton Saturday, August 23rd.Everyone is invited tocome to this showcase otalent. Volleyball will be inthe Gymnasium rom 5:00to 5:45 p.m. and ootballscrimmage will be onScottie Field with a 6:00kick-off.
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Heres a rundownon the current status oMontanas top uplandgame birds:
Gray (Hungarian)Partridge While no ormalsurveys are conducted orhuns in Montana, variousobservations along withweather and habitatconditions suggest hunswill be average to belowaverage again this season.Observations in Regions4, 6, and 7 suggest averagenumbers. Observations
rom Region 5 suggestnumbers will be belowaverage and lower thanlast year.
Pheasants Montana is exper-iencing a large declinein CRP acreage alongthe northern tier o thestate, which may havean impact on huntingexperiences in Regions4 and 6. In this area,spring crow countswhere wildli e biologiststravel speci ic routes tocount and record thecrowing calls o cockpheasants to determinepopulation trendswere 42 percent abovethe long term average.Region 7 reported thatpopulations will varybetween air to nearthe long-term averagein good habitat. In
2014 MontanaUpland GameBird HuntingForecast
northwestern Montana, weather in Region 1 resultedin below average numbers on the Ninepipe Wildli eManagement Area. Region 3 reported averagenumbers or southwestern Montana. In Region 5,pheasant crow counts varied but were below thelong-term average. Overall, Region 5 expects the2014 season will be similar to last years season.
Sage-Grouse Statewide, male attendance at leks averaged 13.1males/lek, which is 54% below long-term average anddown rom 14.9 males per lek last year. Te continueddrop is likely a unction o cool, wet conditions duringthe brood-rearing season in 2013 which led to low broodsurvival. Te drop in abundance was more apparent ineastern Montana; abundance estimates in southwesternMontana were stable but still below long-term average.Consequently, hunters can expect numbers to be nearaverage to well below average in areas open to sage-grouse hunting. Preliminary reports suggest nest andbrood success are excellent in 2014 which may mitigateadditional declines.
Sharp-tailed grouseRegion 6 reported air to average numbers in goodhabitat. Lek surveys and other observations in Region6 indicate sharp-tail numbers will be near the longterm average across the region. General observations
rom Region 5 suggest below average numbers. Region7 reported that sharp-tail populations will be near thelong-term average where habitat conditions are good.
Mountain Grouse Observations in western Montana suggest averageto slightly above average numbers o all species.Preliminary in ormation rom Region 5 suggests overallblue grouse and ruffed grouse numbers will likelyremain below the long term average.
Chukar Region 5 reports that chukar numbers remain belowaverage but may have some potential or improvementthis year.
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F15Ford It was an epic weekend or the rst Can-Am Fort
Peck Lake Laser Regatta.Sailors were extremely happy with the conditions
on Fort Peck Lake or the race. wo o the sailors romCanada are world class sailors.
erry Reid and Savid Elliot are competing in the worldLaser event in France in October o this year. David Elliot is a Grand Master Sailor and representsthe Calgary Yacht Club at 70 years o age. Te youngest competitor was Caleb Gilliam romthe Lake Elmo Sailing Club in Billings. Caleb is 13 yearsold. Te goal o Fort Peck Lake Sailing is to get areayouth interested in sport. Te Laser sailboats are anOlympic Class and sailed around the world.
This photo emphasizes how great it was to hold aninternational event at Fort Peck. This was an awesome siteto see ying over the Regatta headquarters at the Fort PeckLake Marina!
Laser Regatta a great success
Terry Reid And David Elliot of the Calgary Yacht their Lasers along the face of Fort Peck Dam.
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by Bruce Auchly, FWP A recent conversation with a riend
brought about one o those questionsthat periodically shake the oundations oWestern civilization. What does an ant taste like to a trout?No, really. We were talking about y shing or trout on the
Missouri River, and he was describing his use o tricospinners. ricos, short or tricorythodes, are tiny mayiesthat hatch in midsummer. Tey tend to hatch andemerge rom the river in the morning, y away, mate,then all back to the water. When they all back to thewater they are called spinners. I you know how to y sh a spinner trico imitation,you can do really well. My riend does really well. But afer the spinner all ends each day, theshing gets tougher. So my riend said he switches toants. Because there are ants everywhere in nature, antimitations catch sh. Why? Whats so tasty about an ant? Decades ago I asked a similar question to a
pro essional y tier, concerning a Royal Coachmany pattern, which imitates nothing in nature and so iscalled an attractor pattern. His response? A Royal Coachman probably lookslike strawberry shortcake to a trout. In other words,nobody knows. But it works. Ants, however, are different. Tey are real. Teyexist. And they contain ormic acid. Ants, especially redones, produce ormic acid to sting predators, capture
ood and de end themselves. Tey have a poison glandin their abdomen that contracts and releases the acid.Formic acid, Im told, is bitter. Although one Internetexpert (yeah, let that sink in) says the ormic acid inants makes them taste citrusy, like a lemon. So does an ant taste like a bitter, or lemony, crunchy
morsel to a rainbow trout? Nobody knows, and the troutIve talked to, dont answer. It is known that sh taste things. Tey have tastebuds, which are commonly located inside and outside othe mouth. Ours, o course, are restricted to the tongue.Bottom sh, like catsh, have taste buds on their skin,ns and barbels. Te barbels in particular allow the sh
in murky water to taste ood rom a reasonable distance;they dont actually have to touch it. Tink o the advantages i we could do with that.
You would have the ability to wake up at 3a.m. and rom your bed taste the lefoverpizza in the re rigerator. Ten decide i youwanted to get up and eat. Wait. Tat could be lethal. While rainbow trout presumably havetaste buds, too, they rely a lot on their vision
to locate ood. Tis time o year, there are plenty oterrestrials (bugs) about, ying, hopping, alling into
the water. All a trout has to do is nd a secure hiding spotand watch or a tasty looking bug to hit the sur ace. I itdoesnt look like something that hooked them recently,and they are not spooked by a telltale shing line, theyprobably will try to swallow it. While an ant imitation would have no avor, atrouts memory or instinct, I assume, would remind itthe last ant it ate tasted pretty good. And i an ant is not available, then maybe thatgrasshopper oating by will do. I wonder what a grasshopper tastes like to a trout.
Red Ant Fly