Where to Fish Blacktail Lake


Yellowstone cutthroat trout are planted every 8 years. Some natural reproduction may occur but the recruitment appears to be sporadic. The fish have good growth rates. There are several fire rings here and the area appears to receive heavy use. Only lake in the area with a trail to it.

Size 4.2 acres
Elevation 8757.6 ft.
Directions Secondary tributary of the West Boulder via Davis Creek. Hike up USFS Trail #37 from the Burnt Leather Ranch and then trail #38.
Status of the Fishery
Township/Range/Section 03S 10E 36
Latitude/Longitude 45.5347027366 -110.428261052
FWP Region Region 5 
County Park
Fishing District Central
Type: MTNLAKE
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