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Big Eddy Fishing Access Site on Clark Fork River Reopened

Drought & Fire - Region 2

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) reopened Big Eddy Fishing Access Site on the Clark Fork River near the town of Superior. The site has been closed for public safety related to the West Mullan Fire.

The Clark Fork River remains closed downstream from Big Eddy FAS to the US Forest Service Slowey Campground. Big Eddy FAS is the last public take-out above the river closure. This eight mile stretch of river, which includes Dry Creek FAS, will remain closed as long as fire activities continue.

For updates and additional details on fire and drought-related restrictions and closures on the FWP website home page at fwp.mt.gov and click on Drought & Fire.