Where to Fish Arrastra Creek

Arrastra Creek Arrastra Creek


Arrastra Creek, a large 2nd order tributary to the middle Blackfoot River, flows ~13 miles through public (National Forest) and private land entering the Blackfoot River near river mile 88.8. Arrastra Creek, the largest and among the coldest Blackfoot River tributaries between Beaver Creek (rm 105.2) and Nevada Creek (rm 67.8). It is also the only stream between Poorman Creek (rm 108) and the North Fork (rm 54.1) to support a bull trout.

Mile Upper 12.611
Mile Lower 0.0
Directions
Mouth Latitude/Longitude 46.94163 -112.90558
Status of the Fishery
Arrastra Creek supports moderate numbers of genetically pure fluvial westslope cutthroat trout mixed with brown trout and low numbers of resident brook trout; in addition to, supporting bull trout spawning and rearing,
FWP Region Region 2 
County Lewis & Clark  •  Powell
Fishing District Western

Main Contact

Blackfoot - Region 2

Blackfoot
Region 2


Manager

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

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