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Intake Fishing Access Site Open for Overnight Camping
Wed Jun 29 09:59:00 MDT 2011
Recreation - Region 7
This news release was archived on Fri Jul 29 09:59:00 MDT 2011

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks have opened Intake Fishing Access Site to overnight camping effective the evening of June 29, 2011. The site was recently closed in cooperation with local authorities due to flooding and concerns for public safety. Flood damage has been mitigated and the river flows in the Yellowstone are lower than the recent past.
 
Overnight campers should abide by all rules, fees and regulations associated with use of the fishing access site. Campers who hold a 2011 Montana fishing license the fee is $7.00/night and without the license the fee is $12.00/night. Intake fishing access site is north of Glendive on highway 16 (to Sidney, MT) approximately 12 miles. The site holds several locations for overnight camping.
 
Far West Fishing Access Site in Rosebud County and Kinsey Bridge Fishing Access Site in Custer County are now closed due to high water and resource damage effective June 28, 2011.