Thompson Chain of Lakes [electronic resource] : draft management plan update 2006

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Part of the Montana State Library collection. Cover title The Thompson Chain of Lakes (TCL) Fishing Access Site (FAS) is located in Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) administrative Region One, halfway between Kalispell and Libby. TCL stretches for 20 miles along U.S. Highway 2 West and includes numerous small lakes and wetlands. The fishing access site encompasses 2,981.48 acres and includes shoreline access to 18 lakes, 13 of which are completely surrounded by public land. Of these lakes, seven are larger than 35 acres, with depths reaching 160 feet. Camping, fishing, and boating are historical uses around the lakes. Currently, TCL has 60 designated camping areas, with an overall capacity of 152 camping units. In 1993, following the completion of the TCL Management Plan and Environmental Assessment, the land was deeded over to FWP for management. FWP routinely attempts to update management plans every ten years, and accordingly this is an update to the original plan. This update attempts to address current issues and proactively prepare for developing issues
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