Beaver Creek is a 21-mile tributary of Cottonwood Creek near Lewistown.
Beaver Creek is a 21-mile tributary of Cottonwood Creek. The stream is located just 8.1 miles from Lewistown near King Colony. Beaver Creek is known for its trout fishing, but fishermen will find a variety of fish, including smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, walleye, rock bass and catfish here. Permission is required to fish on Beaver Creek.
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