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Boat Ramp Warning At Sidney Bridge Fishing Access Site

 


Anglers and boaters using the boat ramp at Sidney Bridge Fishing Access Site need to be advised of a potential drop off at the end of the concrete ramp.

River flows have receded to a point that may cause boat trailers to reach the end of the concrete ramp. When the Yellowstone River drops to or below 6,000 cubic feet per second, or a gauge height of 4.4 feet as measured at the USGS Gauging Station at Sidney, the end of the concrete boat ramp can be encountered when backing trailers into the water.

Use the following link to access river flow data for all USGS Gauging Stations in Montana before using local boat ramps: http://waterdata.usgs.gov/mt/nwis/current?type=flow River flows are also expected to be static or drop throughout August and September. For these reasons, boaters are advised to inspect the condition of this and all boat ramps before each and every use.

 

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