A nearly two-mile portion of the Clark Fork River near Warm Springs is closed for public safety. Construction crews are working to remove toxic sediment as part of the Clark Fork Superfund cleanup project. You might be thinking, "Well, who would fish there anyway." But it's actually a very popular area. A bit of a drive for me, so I don't frequent the place, but I have friends that like it. The river closure begins three quarters of a mile below the Warm Springs Pond 2 "discharge lot" and then extends for 1.75 miles downstream. There is signage. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks also closed a 10-acre portion of the adjacent Warm Springs Wildlife Management Area and a road in to allow room for heavy equipment to work safely. Will keep you posted on progress. DB