Definitions for "Golden triangle"
An isosceles triangle with base angles of 72 degrees and a vertex angle of 36 degrees.
an isosceles triangle in which the base angles are both 72° and the vertex angle is 36
Area of Mainland Southeast Asia comprising the Shan Plateau and Kachin Hills of northeastern Burma, the highlands of northwestern Laos, and the highlands of northern Thailand. Term was popularized by Western journalists in the 1970s to designate one of the principal source areas in the world for illicit opium and its derivatives, morphine and heroin. The region's poppy cultivation area also includes northern Vietnam and the adjacent areas of southern China.
Historically, the premier flyfishing locations in the United States have been located in the Rocky Mountains in an area encompassing Yellowstone National Park, Montana and Idaho. Due to a large number of major rivers such as the Yellowstone, Madison, Gallatin, and the Blackfoot, many hundreds of fast, clear-running streams and high alpine lakes, all of which contain a large number of trout. Species such as Brook, Rainbow, Brown, Cutthroat, Dolly Varden, and Golden Trout are plentiful, generally wild, and range in size from a few ounces to several pounds.