One of the less advertised features about fishing the Park is the abundance of small streams. Every drainage has them, and they tend to be less crowded than the well advertised big waters like the Madison, Yellowstone, Gallatin, Lamar rivers and Slough Creek. On the Gardner river drainage, such a Obsidian, Indian, and Panther creeks provide day long action, have easy access and are relatively safe. All these feature scrappy , but small brook trout. Bring your lightweight equipment. Along the Gibbon River drainage, the upper river and Solfatara Creek near Norris feature small brook trout and browns that can reach decent sizes. The river also has rainbows and a few grayling. Boundary and Mountain Ash creeks in Fall River Basin would be destinations worthy of media attention but for the fact that walks of a few miles are needed to enjoy them. On the Lewis River side Polecat Creek features brookies, browns and cutts. Some browns reach very respectable sizes. A few miles north of West Yellowstone Duck, Cougar and Grayling creek feature brookies, browns, ‘bows and a few and cutts. All host trout of sizes that do justice to those in the nearby Madison River. All these are just a few of what the Park offers. Get in touch with us for more information on these and how to approach them.