Flooding Continues to Impact FAS in Region 7
By angelamontana

Posted: June 11, 2018

Due to high levels in the Yellowstone River and continuing snowpack melt, some of the Fishing Access Sites in Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 7 are experiencing some form of flooding.

As of midday Tuesday, Myers Bridge and Amelia Island FAS in the Hysham area, West Rosebud and East Rosebud FAS in the Forsyth area, and Black Bridge FAS near Glendive were partially flooded, and portions are limited to walk-in-only access.

FWP is urging recreationists to use extreme caution near rivers and other waterbodies. Crews continue to assess the extent of flooding, but visitors should be prepared to find road barricades to prevent resource or road damage or walk-in-only access at some sites. FWP will continue to provide updates on flooding and any changes to access.

West Rosebud FAS pictured here and Myers Bridge pictured on top of page

(via MT FWP)

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