Elk Refuge & Hatchery's Flat Creek Project
$6500 for the following projects:
Multi-purpose Pond Water Control Structure
Removal of Diversion Structure
Kiosk Whirling Disease Education
$8455 While the One Fly doesn't usually fund studies or surveys unless they relate to a stream improvement project, this survey will help the Stream Improvement Committee find new projects in our region. The survey will identify problem areas and help us work towards future projects with the cutthroat trout.
$5500 to continue our commitment to Lambs Spring Spawning Habitat project we joined with the U.S. Forest service to replace and improve a culvert to increase water flow so that more spawning fish will move upstream to spawn.
Jackson Hole One Fly Spearheads Park Stream Project.
Jackson Hole One Fly spearheads park stream project. It started as a vision of Wyoming Game and Fish biologists Ralph Hudelson and John Kielfing more than 20 years ago: A project to restore a beautiful spring damaged by a former … Continue reading
Contributed to the Native Cutthroat Trout Education Display and Wild Trout Conference at Yellowstone International Federation of Fly Fishers Center.
Yellowstone Whirling Disease Study funded.
Montana: Redo spawning beds after 1997 flood destroyed major spawning habitat at Depuy's Spring Creek.