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Yellowstone River FISHING Wade oat or sh the states most famous waterways overowing with Blue Ribbon sh all nearby Billings Rock Creek the Stillwater the Boulder the Musselshell the Big Horn and the Yellowstone Rivers Cooney Dam and Deadman Basin Reservoirs. Learn more about shing access sites from Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks406-247-2940 or stop at the Billings Visitor Information Center at 815 S. 27th St. open year-round see page 4 for hours. NON-RESIDENT LICENSING INFORMATION Non-Resident Conservation License 10 required for shing or hunting Non-Resident Fishing License 15-60 depending on duration of license Fishing licenses can be purchased at a Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks ofce and at most sporting goods retail stores. EAST ROSEBUD FLY TACKLE 1314 24th St. W. 59102 406-839-9397 STILLWATER ANGLERS 637 N. 9th St. Ste. 130 Columbus MT 59019 406-322-4977 WALK HIKE OR MOUNTAIN BIKE Want to hike or mountain bike but dontwanttoventuretoo faroutof townNoproblem Checkoutanyof theseexcellent in-towntreksalllessthan10 milesfromdowntownBillings RIVERFRONT PARK S. Billings Blvd. and TWO MOON PARK Bench Blvd. offer leisurely walks or bike rides along the Yellowstone River. These parks boast an abundance of foliage and are a great place to take in the wildlife. A notable site at Two Moon Park is the Weeping Wall which hugs the northwest side of the park and weeps water year-round. ZIMMERMAN PARK Highway 3 SWORDS RIMROCK PARK Highway 3 and PHIPPS PARK Molt Rd. all offer potentially more challenging hiking or mountain biking among sandstone formations on and around the Rimrocks. These areas provide great views of the city and surrounding areas. The trails in these parks are more technical and cliffs and steep drop-offs exist throughout. To experience both the sandstone heights and the rivers explore the FOUR DANCES RECREATION AREA Coburn Rd.. Hike from the parking area to the edge of Sacrice Cliff. Again be aware the steep drop-off along this trail reaches 500 feet over the Yellowstone River Additional trails in this area lead down through the pine forest and end at the Yellowstone River. Riverfront Park Recreation