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The Popham, Francis
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Armstrong ('s) Spring Creek  English river
  A famous spring creek for trout fishing in Montana, U.S.A. It is located 5 miles south of Livingston in the Paradise Valley, and it is a tributary of the Yellowstone River. DePuy's Spring Creek and Nelson's Spring Creek are located in the neighborhood. A good fishing spot in the river is an about 3 km section before the junction with the Yellowstone River.
  Because it is a river fed by spring water, the transparency of the water is high, the water temperature is stable, and underwater plants and aquatic insects are abundant. In reference to trout species, rainbow trout fairly exceed brown trout. Generally it becomes midge fishing. It is a fishing spot that requires paying a fee, and the number of anglers per day (the number of rods) is restricted. Prior reservations are required when fishing in this water.
  One of "America's 100 Best Trout Streams" selected by the Trout Unlimited.
ReferenceTrout unlimited's guide to America's 100 best trout streams, 1999. The Montana's' fishing guide, 1982.
spring creek, Yellowstone River, DePuy's Spring Creek, Nelson's Spring Creek
 
  
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