DePuy Spring Creek

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Upper Section of DePuy Spring Creek, January 2008

Coordinates: 45°33′43″N 110°35′25″W / 45.56194°N 110.59028°W / 45.56194; -110.59028 (DePuy Spring Creek) DePuy Spring Creek is a three mile long trout fishery located between the Absaroka and Gallatin mountain ranges in Paradise Valley, south of Livingston, Montana. The creek is a small tributary of the Yellowstone River. This fishery supports a population of brown, Yellowstone cutthroat and rainbow trout.[1]

References[edit]

  • Walinchus, Rod; Travis, Tom (1995). Fly Fishing The Yellowstone River. Boulder, CO: Pruett Publishing. ISBN 0-87108-861-4. 
  • Hughes, Dave (1992). The Yellowstone River and its Angling. Portland, OR: Frank Amato Publications. ISBN 1-878175-23-8. 
  • Graetz, Rick; Graetz, Susie (2002). Montana's Yellowstone River - From the Teton Wilderness to the Missouri. Helena, MT: Northern Rockies Publishing. ISBN 1-891152-16-5. 
  • Ford, Pat (2007). Best Fly-Fishing Trips Money Can Buy. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stakepole Books. ISBN 0-8117-0179-4. 

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