Fishing Access Site on the Yellowstone River
Region 3 |
IMPORTANT NOTICE - Posted June 10, 2010
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is seeking help from the public in identifying the individual or individuals who abandoned nearly two dozen car and truck tires at the Sheep Mountain Fishing Access Site on the Yellowstone River north of Livingston.
The incident in question occurred between 12:00 p.m. Saturday, June 5, and 11:00 a.m. Sunday, June 6. 21 tires were scattered throughout the site, some of which would have washed away if not for concerned citizens who reported their discovery to FWP.FWP Parks staff removed and disposed of the tires.
"Montana's Fishing Access Sites are not dumping grounds. We are going to do everything we can to catch the people responsible," said FWP Game Warden Drew Scott.
Individuals with information are asked to contact Game Warden Drew Scott at (406)-581-7613 or 1-800-TIP-MONT (1-800-847-6668). Individuals can remain anonymous and are eligible for a reward.
Sheep Mountain Fishing Access Site is located on the Yellowstone River
486 miles from the mouth
on the left hand side as you face downstream.
Highway 89 Bridge is the next access site upstream from Sheep Mountain.
4 miles east of Livingston on I-90 to milepost 340, then 2 miles north on Hwy 89, then 4 miles east on County Road.
(Lat 45.731, Lng