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Have you traveled the Mabee Road?We need your help right now
We need your help right now…
We need your help again, but this time we're not asking for money. In the process of a court case the defendants want to know if any PLWA members have traveled the Mabee Road, just north of Roy, Montana, in Fergus County.
If you have, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 406-670-4623
You may also wish to include the date and what you were doing there.
Please respond as quickly as you can.
PLWA's yearly raffle accounts for almost 15% of the money we receive to continue passionately pursuing our access fight. Thank you to all who participated in the raffle, it is greatly appreciated.
We held the drawing last week and the winners are...
1. Savage .243 Rifle - Stan Fraiser - Helena MT
2. Orvis Helios 2 Flyrod & Reel - Kathy Hadley - Deer Lodge MT
3. Simms G3 Waders - Bill Quesenberry - Boyd, MT
4. Shakespear IM6 Spinning Rod & Reel - Jay Hanson, Lewistown, MT
5. Old Timer RMEF Sheath Knife - John Thunen, Browns Valley CA
6. Six Pack of Storm Front Mallard Decoys - Don Stien, Havre MT
Public Land Water Access Association (PLWA)
by Dale Spartas, PLWA Vice President
The Public Land Water Association (PLWA) is dedicated to keeping public lands and waters public. PLWA is neither Democrat nor Republican! PLWA is not against private land owners nor private land owners rights. PLWA is not opposed or against the rich and wealthy. Many of PLWA’s biggest and best supporters are wealthy individuals and/or foundations and trusts founded and funded by wealthy families, corporations and individuals. PLWA is not against outfitters and guides, the Floating Outfitters Association of Montana (FOAM) is a supporting member, as are a number of independent outfitters and guides.
However, if access is denied to public BLM, National Forest, Montana State Land, or National Wildlife Refuge Land, be you rich, poor, Democrat or Republican, outfitter and guide, individual or corporation, PLWA is watching and will become involved. PLWA will research the situation and should the research indicate there is legal public access to said land or water, PLWA will seek an amicable solution and politely request public access to public lands be granted. If an amicable agreement cannot be reached PLWA will file suit and will win the right of access in Montana courts, in which PLWA has 100% success ratio in court .