Rock Creek Professional Review and Guide
"Lovely stream, off the beaten path. Twenty miles east of Missoula, Rock Creek Road heads due south from Interstate 90, into one of the loveliest mountain valleys in Montana. The road follows the river for most of its 50 miles as it twists and turns through stands of fir, larch, and pine in the Lolo National Forest.
This is one of those delightful rivers where anglers of almost any skill will find success. And thanks to special regulations, the population of trout is thriving. Species: Cutthroat, brook, brown, rainbow. Angling methods: spin, and fly-fishing."