Support the regulations and personnel fighting illegal fish introductions.

Photo: Alec Underwood

Montana has some of the best native and wild fisheries in the world. Unfortunately, our fisheries are threatened when people illegally introduce unwanted fish species into our rivers, streams and lakes. Illegal fish introductions cause permanent and irreversible declines in fish, they spread diseases, and they ruin the genetics of local fish populations. Ultimately, illegal introductions increase management costs and reduce fishing opportunity.

As Montana anglers, we support stricter regulations, increased law enforcement, larger fines and penalties, and rewards for those who report illegal fish introductions.

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At A Glance

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Alec Underwood

Federal Conservation Campaigns Director

Alec is responsible for developing and implementing MWF’s federal conservation advocacy and policy campaigns to protect Montana’s fish and wildlife. He spends most of his free time hunting big game and fly fishing Montana’s cherished trout rivers. He also enjoys backpacking, skiing, photography, and woodworking. 

alec@mtwf.org