Aerial above Foys Lake, Montana
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Aerial above Foys Lake, Montana

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Foys Lake is just outside of Kalispell in northwest Montana. Swimming, fishing, and boating is a summer past time. The lake is stocked annually with rainbow trout.

  • Christian von Delius 10 months ago
    Brilliant shot of Foys Lake. You should do another over the swimming area to the East. Really captures the azure color of the water! Thanks!
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