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 The Black Hills have 17 lakes and more than 1200 miles of trout streams. Finding all of the good fishing spots could take more than a week. The fishing season for most Black Hills lakes and streams runs all year long (Jan 1-Dec 31).
 

     The largest lakes are Angostura, Deerfield, Pactola and Sheridan and Belle Fourche. Other lakes include Roubaix, Stockade,  Sylvan, Horsethief, Center and Legion.
 

     The most fished species are brown, brook and rainbow trout, and largemouth bass.
 

     The best guide we've found for fishing in the Black Hills is the Fisherman's Handbook for South Dakota, published by the South Dakota State B.A.S.S. Federation, PO Box 905, Yankton, SD 57079 (Tel: 605-665-0808) This 80-page handbook includes many detailed lake maps, and the latest information about South Dakota fishing regulations.
 

     The South Dakota Game & Fish Department, 412 West Missouri Street, Pierre, SD, 57501, (Tel: 605-773-3485) can provide more information. Their web site is at http://www.sdgfp.info/Wildlife/fishing/Index.htm.

     A fishing license is required of all adults. A one-day non-resident fee is $7.  A non-resident. Family Annual Fishing License costs $60. A full schedule of fees is published at: http://www.sdgfp.info/Wildlife/LicenseFee.htm.
 
 

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