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High water closes five fishing access sites
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Fishing - Region 5
This news release was archived on Thursday, June 26, 2014

captain clark flooding 5-27-2014

water from a flooding Yellowstone River flows through the Captain Clark FAS east of Pompeys Pillar.

Gritty Stone FAS closure 5-27-2014

Water floods the parking area and access to Gritty Stone Fishing Access Site near Worden on the Yellowstone River

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks closed five Yellowstone River fishing access sites to the public Monday and Tuesday because of high water and flooding.

Signs and barriers were erected at Buffalo Mirage near Park City, Indian Fort at Reedpoint, Voyagers Rest and Gritty Stone near Worden and Captain Clark east of Pompeys Pillar.

In all instances, high runoff in the Yellowstone River put water across access roads and in the parking sites causing concern for public safety. FWP will continue to monitor and manage the sites and others along south central Montana’s rivers and streams.