Where to Fish Diamond Lake


Diamond Lake is a moderately sized (18.3 acres), glacial trough lake located near the Idaho border in the Dry Creek drainage at 5,408 ft elevation. The lake lies on the Lolo National Forest (Superior Ranger District).

Size 18.3 acres
Elevation 5408.0 ft.
Directions The easiest way to get to Diamond Lake is to take USFS Road #342 southwest from Interstate Highway 90. A little over 10 miles up the road, take USFS Road #7843 for approximately 4 miles. The road ends at Diamond Lake.
Status of the Fishery
Township/Range/Section 16N 28W 17
Latitude/Longitude 47.14737 -115.17608
FWP Region Region 2 
County Mineral
Fishing District Western

Main Contact

William Knotek
Fisheries Biologist
lknotek@mt.gov
(406) 542-5506
Missoula
Region 2


Manager

Patrick Saffel
Fisheries Manager
psaffel@mt.gov
(406) 542-5507
Missoula
Region 2

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Waterbody Section Field Form Type Date Purpose Species
For Comparative analysis all Length Units are millimeters : all Weights are grams
Species Count Avg StdDev Min Max AvgWgt StdDevWgt MinWeight S/L Sects Surveys Waterbody
For Comparative analysis all Length Units are millimeters : all Weights are grams
Waterbody Section Species Count AveLength StdDevLength MinLength MaxLength AveWeight StdDevWeight MinWeight MaxWeight
For Comparative analysis all Length Units are millimeters : all Weights are grams
Waterbody Year Section Species Count AveLength StdDevLength MinLength MaxLength AveWeight StdDevWeight MinWeight MaxWeight
Year Angler Days Std. Error
2013 90 90
2011 219 133
2009 229 145

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