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    Posted July 13, 2014 by
    Fort Smith, Montana
    Related to: My trip down the most endangered river in America
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    Bighorn River


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     David Palmer has been visiting Bighorn River for years. The Yellowstone tributary stretches 461 miles and runs through Wyoming and Montana. Palmer, a Montana resident, photographed the river’s serene waters while on the Three Mile Access trail. As a fishing guide, he spends six to seven months each season on the river, guiding people through the area. He says one of the reasons this river is so special is because it is filled with aquatic life. "It is one of the most popular fly fishing destinations," he said.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    The Bighorn River is one of the most prolific trout streams in North America. With over 4000 trout per mile, it attracts nearly 100,000 fly fishing anglers a year.
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