Where to Fish Mccartney Creek

Mccartney Creek Mccartney Creek


McCartney Creek is a 2nd order tributary to North Fork Flatwillow Creek in Fergus County. The creek originates on the east end of the Big Snowy Mountains and flows through a steep timbered drainage for 8 miles to its confluence with the North Fork of Flatwillow Creek. The creek is fed by four 1st order tributaries and gains substantial water from springs located throughout the upper reaches of the drainage. The major land use in the drainage is livestock range, other uses include timber harvest and recreation.

Mile Upper 8.154
Mile Lower 0.0
Directions
Mouth Latitude/Longitude 46.85977 -109.09401
Status of the Fishery
FWP Region Region 4 
County Fergus
Fishing District Central

Main Contact

Clinton Smith
Fisheries Biologist
clsmith@mt.gov
(406) 538-2445 Ext.227
Lewistown
Region 4


Manager

Lewistown - Region 4

Lewistown
Region 4

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For Comparative analysis all Length Units are millimeters : all Weights are grams
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For Comparative analysis all Length Units are millimeters : all Weights are grams
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