Lewis and Clark County Montana Fishing Lakes

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Lakes in Lewis and Clark County Montana

Place USGS Topo Map
Alpine Lake Wood Lake
Anderson Lake Nilan Reservoir
Beale Lake Split Rock Junction
Bean Lake Bean Lake
Bear Lake Pretty Prairie
Beaver Ponds Greenhorn Mountain
Beaver Ponds Greenhorn Mountain
Bighorn Lake Caribou Peak
Camp Lake Spread Mountain
Canyon Lake Spread Mountain
Chessman Reservoir Chessman Reservoir
Chessman Reservoir Chessman Reservoir
Connors Lake Bean Lake
Copper Lake Stonewall Mountain
Dry Creek-Krezelok Reservoir Bowmans Corners NW
Flesher Lakes Cadotte Creek
Gates Lake Gates Park
Gibson Reservoir Patricks Basin
Grassy Lake Patricks Basin
Gravelly Range Lake Canyon Creek
Hauser Lake Hauser Lake
Hazard Lake Glenn Creek
Heart Lake Heart Lake
Helena Valley Regulating Reservoir Lake Helena
Hermit Lake Prairie Reef
Herrin Lakes Lincoln
Hidden Lake Patricks Basin
Holter Lake Beartooth Mountain
Keep Cool Lakes Silver King Mountain
Krohn Lake Silver King Mountain
Krone Lake Augusta
Lake Helena Lake Helena
Lake Levale Pentagon Mountain
Lake Quiet Three Sisters
Meadow Lake Olson Peak
Meyer Lake Gilman
Mike Horse Rogers Pass
My Lake Amphitheatre Mountain
Nilan Reservoir Nilan Reservoir
Parker Lake Heart Lake
Red Lake Sawtooth Ridge
Renshaw Lake Patricks Basin
Scott Reservoir Clancy
Scott Reservoir Three Brothers
Silver King Lake Silver King Mountain
Smith Lake Nilan Reservoir
Smith Lake Lincoln
Snowbank Lake Silver King Mountain
Soap Creek Reservoir Krone Ranch
Sock Lake Three Sisters
Stansfield Lake Lake Helena
Sun Lake Flint Mountain
Travis Reservoir Three Brothers
Twin Lakes Olson Peak
Twin Lakes Jakie Creek
Two Point Lake Heart Lake
Unnamed Lake Three Sisters
Upper Copper Lake Stonewall Mountain
Upper Holter Lake Upper Holter Lake
Webb Lake Heart Lake
Willow Creek Reservoir Split Rock Junction
Wood Lake Wood Lake

Above is a map and a list of the lakes in Lewis and Clark County, Montana. Many are open to public fishing. If you see a lake name that is duplicated, then try to narrow it down using the name of the USGS topographical map which is usually a prominent place or city nearby.