The Clark Fork River, a tributary of the Columbia runs the length of the
Valley in Sanders and is made ideal for water sports by three reservoirs
open to the public. The county encompasses the cabinet Mountain Wilderness
and three national forests. Within close proximity are Glacier National
Park, Flathead Lake and Lake Pend Oreille. This quiet portion of Montana
with its lush green Valleys, rugged mountains, lakes and streams offer
a lifestyle of tranquility away from the centers of large industry, congestion,
and pollution. Quaint Communities lie nestled in the valleys and along
the banks of both the Clark Fork River and the Flathead River close enough
for comfort yet far enough apart to feel uncrowded.
Annual Events that include:
Snowmobile Poker Run, B.A.S.S Federation Fishing Tournament, & the
What's there to do
in Trout Creek, Montana?
Enjoy friendly people and our small town charm
Fishing- bass, trout, perch, pike ect. Hunting-elk, deer, bear, cougar,
ect. Hiking and camping,
Winter Sports- snowmobiling and cross country skiing, Huckleberry picking,
Water Sports- swimming, boating, and water skiing, Mountain biking, Outdoor
photography, Wildlife viewing, Bird watching, Wildflower appreciation,
Horseback riding, Scenic drives and sightseeing.
similar to blueberries, grow wild in the mountains.
The Trout Creek for which the town was named after, flows through a bushy,
timbered, flat-bottomed canyon. It is easily fished for fair catches of
10 - 12 rainbow and cutthroat trout. Beaver ponds 3 miles above
the mouth may also offer some brook trout.
North Fork Trout Creek: This small, seldom-fished stream is in heavily
timbered country at the headwaters of Trout Creek. Fair fishing for cutthroat
can be found. An old jeep trail parallels the stream for 2 miles, but
vehicles are no longer allowed.
West Fork Trout Creek: This stream is accessible by a trial from the end
of the Trout Creek Road, offering about 5 miles of good fishing. Brook
and cutthroat trout ranging from 8 - 13 may be found. There are
camping spots along this trail, and the area offers opportunities for
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