Most satellite refuge wetlands are either within closed basins, are too intermittent in nature, or are too far away from perennial lakes, rivers, or streams to support fisheries. The exception is Yellow Water Reservoir on the Yellow Water Unit of War Horse NWR where Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks annually stocks fingerling rainbow trout when water depths are adequate. The aquatic invertebrate production in this reservoir is exceptional and stocked fingerlings will grow at a rate of two pounds per year. This reservoir occasionally experiences winter kills due to inadequate winter water levels. When this occurs, rainbows are not stocked again until adequate water levels return. A boat launching site for small craft is available.