An angler casts into Sand Creek, a clear, springtime creek running right through the Ebony Hills south of Beulah. Sand Creek has more trout per mile than just about any other flow when you look at the state.
A lengthy, gravel road leads along Sand Creek and through what exactly is called the Grand Canyon for the Black Hills. It is well well well worth a drive.
A Sand Creek brown trout is shown. The majority of the brown and rainbow trout in the creek are fairly tiny, but a separate — and lucky — angler will get trout as much as 25 ins. Continue reading