Agencies Build Barrier to Protect Wyoming's Crooked Creek Cutthroat

The 2002 Red Waffle Fire destroyed a natural barrier to other species of trout, so federal and state agencies are spending $350,000 to build a concrete dam that will prevent intermingling of brook, rainbow and brown trout with the 200 or so pure Yellowstone cutthroats in Crooked Creek.

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