THE FLY FISHING CHRONICLES OF YELLOWSTONE (part 7) - EOTG - Jun 17
THE FLY FISHING CHRONICLES OF YELLOWSTONE (part 7)
Slough Creek is one of the most popular stream found in the Northeast section of Yellowstone National Park many anglers travel to Slough Creek to hike upstream to the first, second or third meadows of this famous fishery. The Creek is about twenty five miles in length and was named in 1867 by a group of prospectors who upon enter the lower end of the valley described the river as a slough; the name stuck and began to appear on early maps in 1872. Slough Creek is a very rich and mildly alkali river with excellent hatches.