Sixteen Mile Creek
Sixteen Mile Creek (also known as Sixteenmile Creek) is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 45 mi (73 km) long, in western Montana in the United States. The canyon through which it travels is known as "Sixteen Mile Canyon."
Sixteen Mile Creek rises in the Lewis and Clark National Forest in the Crazy Mountains in southeastern Meagher County. It flows generally west, south of the Big Belt Mountains, and southwest, past Maudlow and joins the Missouri 6 mi (9 km) southeast of Toston, at the site of the ghost town of Lombard.
Some of the best trout fishing in the WORLD!
Game Fish Opportunities:
Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Mountain Whitefish, Rainbow Trout
Pools, riffles, pocket water, holes.
Fall is the best time to fish this creeek. Access is difficult.