In Lewis and Clark County, Canyon Ferry
Reservoir is limited to a controlled no wake speed, as defined in ARM
within 300 feet of docks or as buoyed or described otherwise below, in the
(a) Chinaman's Bay;
(b) Hellgate Bay, 300 feet
southwest from the boat ramp, and extending north to the opposite
(c) Magpie Bay;
(d) Shannon Boat Launch.
Court Sheriff Bay
is limited to a controlled no wake speed, as defined in ARM
from the mouth of the bay or as buoyed. The mouth of Court Sheriff Bay is
identified as the area from the tip of the narrow peninsula that extends
southeast from Canyon Ferry Village to the shore directly east.
Kayley Bay is limited to a controlled no
wake speed, as defined in ARM
approximately 500 yards from the mouth of the stream entering the lake and
extending southwest to the point of the bay that narrows at the peninsula at
Tranquility Drive on the north side of the bay, to the opposite shore
southeast, or as buoyed.
area immediately above and below Canyon Ferry Dam is either closed as posted or
marked by barrel booms to the use of all watercraft.
(5) Refer to [NEW RULE I] for the portion of
Canyon Ferry Reservoir located in Broadwater County.
Mont. Admin. R.
NEW, 2001 MAR p. 18,
Eff. 1/12/01; AMD, 2012 MAR p. 844, Eff. 4/27/12; AMD,2019
MAR p. 538, Eff.5/11/2019