New Tributary for Oklahoma's Lower Mountain Fork River

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation reclaimed an old overflow channel and with the help of bulldozers and plenty of fill created a brand new tributary for the Lower Mountain Fork River, Oklahoma’s most popular trout stream. “Lost Creek was excavated, adding 1,200 feet of trout stream. The old drainage channel primarily used by squirrels will now hopefully become a major trout route between Cold Hole and Evening Hole.” Ed Godfrey on

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