Where to Fish Saderbalm Lake


This lake And Creek are called sodderholm on old forest service maps and in marcusons original files. Good food supply. Spawning potential in outlet. 2009 plant depends on avaiability. The 500 grayling planted in 1985 did not take. '90 gill net set for 2.5 hours by volunteer crew. This is a Tough Lake to get to. Tom mcgillvray fished for ~1.5 hours in '94. Saw no sign of fish. Lake appeared to have lots of food. Very pretty spot. Grayling will be put on an eight year schedule starting in 2009.

Size 7.4 acres
Elevation 9020.0 ft.
Directions Hike up Saderbalm Creek, a tributary of the west fork of the Stillwater. No Trail exists from #90 on the west fork.
Status of the Fishery
Township/Range/Section 06S 14E 5
Latitude/Longitude 45.34274 -110.01671
FWP Region Region 5 
County Stillwater
Fishing District Central
Type: MTNLAKE

Main Contact

Absaroka Beartooth - Region 5

Absaroka Beartooth
Region 5


Manager

Ken Frazer
Fisheries Manager
kfrazer@mt.gov
(406) 247-2961
Absaroka Beartooth
Region 5

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