Some Region 7 Fishing Access Sites flooded
By angelamontana

Posted: March 25, 2019

Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 7. FWP urges people to use caution and check accessibility if they plan to recreate near rivers or streams.

Breaking ice jams, spring rains and continuing snowmelt mean that some areas may see flooding and elevated water levels. Road access is partially restricted at some sites, and even foot traffic could be hazardous.

FWP Fisheries/Maintenance crews will assess conditions as they visit sites and offer periodic updates for the public.

Current conditions of Fishing Access Sites in Region 7:

Meyers Bridge– No flooding. No access restrictions.

Amelia Island– Site flooded but water has dropped. Ice and debris on access road. Partial road restriction.

West Rosebud– Site had minor flooding but water has dropped. Ice and debris on boat ramp. No access restrictions.

East Rosebud– No flooding. No access restrictions.

Far West– No flooding. No access restrictions.

12 Mile Dam– Site had minor flooding but water has dropped. No access restrictions.

Roche Jaune– No flooding. No access restrictions.

Kinsey Bridge– Site had minor flooding but water has dropped. No access restrictions.

Bonfield– Site had major flooding. Ice and debris on access road, parking area, and boat ramp. Partial road restriction.

Fallon Bridge– No flooding. Ice and debris on boat ramp. No access restrictions.

Black Bridge– Site had major flooding. Ice and debris cover entire FAS. Access road is barricaded. Walk-in only.

Stipek- Site had major flooding. Ice and debris on access road, parking area, and boat ramp. Partial road restriction.

Intake– Site had major flooding. Ice and debris in campground area and boat ramp. No access restrictions.

Elk Island– Site flooded. Partial road restriction.

Seven Sisters– Site flooded. Partial road restriction.

Sidney Bridge– Condition unknown.

Diamond Willow– Site flooded.