THE FLY FISHING CHRONICLES OF YNP (part 22) - EOTG - Feb 10, 2014
THE FLY FISHING CHRONICLES OF YNP (part 22)
Lewis Lake and the Lewis Channel offer the angler the chance at some of the best trophy fishing that can be found within the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park. In this coverage I break down both fish the lake and channel in separate sections.
I will start with Lewis Lake which is named for Meriwether Lewis one of the Co-Captains of the famous Lewis & Clark expedition of 1893 to 1806. The lake covers 2716 acres making the third largest in Yellowstone Park and has a maximum depth of 108 feet meaning that the lake is approximately 2.5 miles wide and 3 miles in length.