Harrison Creek

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Length: 1.3 miles
Priority Date: 06/21/1991
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How to get there - This is one of several streams located along the city of Cheyenne's stage II collector system road that conveys captured water to Hog Park Reservoir and can only be reached by walking from the locked gate to the collector road. Go 5 1/2 miles west on highway 70 from Encampment in southern Wyoming to USFS road 550. Take this good gravel road about 15 miles south to Hog Park Reservoir. Turn on the road that runs along the north side of the reservoir and go about 5 miles until you find the Stage II collector road spurring off to the right (north). Park here and walk to the streams you want to fish. About a half mile from the gate, the road forks. To the right you'll encounter Harrison, Green Timber, Deadman, Third, and Ted Creeks over the course of a couple miles. To the left you'll encounter Rose, Solomon, and the West Branch of the Little Snake. The instream flow segment for each stream begins at the collector structure and extends downstream.
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