Park County shuts down Yellowstone River recreation

Gardiner flooding

Yellowstone River recreation has been shut down by Park County due to public safety risks caused by extremely high water levels, endangered and failing infrastructure, flooded and impassible access roads, and limited availability of search and rescue resources.

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Battle to save Yellowstone cutthroat trout working

After years of effort and millions of dollars spent, the battle to save Yellowstone cutthroat trout appears to be succeeding, as lake trout eradication efforts in Yellowstone Lake have a tangible effect on the population.

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Rotenone Usage To Target Nonnative Fish on Upper Gibbon River

Yellowstone cutthroat trout

The war on nonnative fish in Yellowstone National Park continues next week, as rotenone will be applied to the Upper Gibbon River drainage to kill off remove nonnative rainbow trout and brook trout.

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MSU Offers Laser Technology for Yellowstone Lake Trout Management

Laser technology from Montana State University (MSU) could help park fishery employees remove invasive lake trout from Yellowstone Lake.

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South Entrance, Craig Pass Reopening Friday, May 11, 2018

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Weather-permitting, the South Entrance to Yellowstone National Park will reopen to vehicles 8 a.m. Friday, May 11, 2018.

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Yellowstone Fishery Crews Prepare For Busy Season of Lake Trout Removal

As summer approaches, fishery employees in Yellowstone National Park anticipate a busy season removing lake trout from Yellowstone Lake.

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Yellowstone Staff to Host Meetings on Fishing Regulations

Yellowstone National Park is inviting anglers to a series of meetings around the Greater Yellowstone Area to discuss fishing regulations in the park.

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Yellowstone National Park to Ban Felt Soled Boots

Yellowstone National Park will ban felt sole waders and boots starting in the 2018 summer season.

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Soda Butte Creek to be Removed from Montana Impaired Streams List

Montana officials will remove Soda Butte Creek, which flows into Yellowstone National Park, from a list of impaired streams next year.

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Montana FWP Officials Confirm Presence of Fish Kill Parasite

Yellowstone River

Officials have confirmed the same parasite that felled thousands of whitefish in the Yellowstone River last year is present in the current spate of fish deaths.

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