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.

Seeking Nominations for the AFS Emmeline Moore Prize

The American Fisheries Society is seeking nominations for the 10th annual Emmeline Moore Prize to be awarded at the 2018 AFS Annual Meeting in Atlantic City.  This award was named after the first female AFS president and was established to recognize the career-long efforts of an individual AFS member who has gone above and beyond... Read More

Chis Clancy and Mike Jakober Featured in Two Bitterroot Newspapers

Two fisheries biologists in the Bitterroot, Mike Jakober working for the Bitterroot National Forest and Chris Clancy working for Montana Department of Fish Wildlife and Parks, brought home awards from the Montana Chapter of the American Fisheries Society’s annual meeting held recently in Butte. This story was picked up by two Bitterroot Valley newspapers. Congrats... Read More