The "Ditch Bill" -- This plan would have rolled back Montana's first in the nation Stream Access Law, which gives anglers the right to access rivers through public bridges. One sportsmen's advocate said that under the plan, "The whole Bitterroot would be considered an irrigation ditch," effectively ending public access to Montana's rivers and streams. The bill spurred one of the biggest protests of the 2011 legislative session (HB 309)."Moratorium" on Public Land -- This legislation would have stopped the creation of new state public access sites for hunting and fishing. The bill was included in the Public Land/Water Access Association's "Sordid Six" (HB 301).