East Gallatin River

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Too small for drift boats and difficult to wade fish without trespassing, the East Gallatin receives little pressure. The East Gallatin is a small river flowing through the heart of the Gallatin Valley beginning about one mile east of downtown Bozeman and joining the Gallatin near Manhattan. Access is limited to country road crossings and two public assess sites. The river holds good populations of rainbow and brown trout.



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April 30, 2015 - 10:07am by: Lea Brayton
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The East Gallatin is quick and quiet. With residential homes all around, navigating is a little tricky, but well worth the time. A tributary to the main Gallatin River, the East Gallatin is a great river to catch large fish moving up from the Missouri Headwaters.

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