The Montana Chapter of the American Fisheries Society was chartered in 1967. Among its objectives are conservation, development, and wise utilization of the fisheries; promotion of the educational, scientific, and technological development and advancement of all branches of fisheries science and practice; and exchange and dissemination of knowledge about fish, fisheries, and related subjects.

Virtual Spring Conference

COVID-19 has caused enormous disruptions to everyday life. Among the many personal and professional challenges we face, one has been the cancellation of several AFS chapter and division meetings. Several partners have developed a series of virtual events that (1) provide an opportunity for AFS members who prepared presentations but had their event canceled to... Read More

The latest issue of The Outlet is here!

The newest edition of the MTAFS Chapter newsletter “The Outlet” is fresh off the presses. This issue shows off the impressive photography skills of our chapter members in the 2019 Photo Contest. You can also read columns by Steve Dalbey, Jim Dunnigan, and Fish Talk with none other than Brian Marotz. Don’t miss it!  ... Read More