From Billings: Take I-90 to Hardin and get off at Exit 495. Go right off the ramp and south on 313 about 45 miles. You will pass through St. Xavier about 22 miles past Hardin. After the post office take a sharp left and continue to follow 313; you will see signs that say Yellowtail Dam. Follow another 15 miles, you will go over a cattle-guard (a metal grate across the road) about a mile down the road you will see a gray contemporary house on the left. Keep going about .2 mile on the right you will see our metal FISH sign. Turn right into the red rock driveway and you have arrived. If you get to the town, you have gone a little too far.
From Sheridan, Wyoming: Take I-90 N to Exit 530 in Lodge Grass, go left at exit and follow for .9 mile. Keep left at Bighorn IGA across from the railroad tracks and follow the road for 5 miles. There is a small sign that says Fort Smith, take a right after the sing and follow that road for 18.7 miles to the end of it. (It is open range so be careful for animals on the road.) Go left and follow for 13.8 miles. That is route 313 south. You will see our metal FISH sign. Turn right into the red rock driveway and you have arrived. If you get to the town you have gone a little too far.
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