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Strawberry Reservoir supports one of the west's leading cutthroat fisheries and is Utah's premier cold water fishery. The reservoir typically receives about the same number of angling trips as Lake Powell, which is more than 13 times the size of Strawberry.
At one time Strawberry was only an eight thousand four hundred acre reservoir, but after the old Strawberry Dam and Indian Creek dike were breached it was enlarged to today's current size of about seventeen thousand acres. Our Burt Brothers quiz question tonight is. What year was Strawberry Reservoir enlarged?
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