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From the headwaters at the base of the continental divide to its confluence with the East River in Almont, the Taylor River offers a variety of fishing challenges. Fish for trout in a backcountry setting high in the drainage, trophy trout below the reservoir, and fabulous pocket water downstream.
Excellent rainbow and brown trout fishing is available in the tailwater below Taylor Dam and reservoir, where anglers have taken trout 8 pounds and up! In the reservoir, 10- to 14-inch rainbow, brown, Snake River cutthroat, and lake trout along with kokanee salmon.
River contains: Rainbows and Browns.
Reservoir contains: Rainbows, Browns, Lake Trout, Snake River Cutthroats, and Kokanee Salmon.
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