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Old 05-22-2013, 07:29 AM
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Fysh, Out Mesa Falls Rd. or down Wood Rd., tent camp. I move around among various rivers in Idaho and Montana during late June and July so I rarely have spent more than a week on the Fork. You have seen me though as I have not missed but two seasons there since the early 70's. I used to hang with Bobby, Roger and Lisa back then and I know a man that lives in a tippi. My camp mates and even my wife ALL wear long billed hats. Dean, it is not a far drive for you and, though not the insect factory and fishery it once was, it is still among an elite handful of the World's greatest dry fly trout rivers.

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Evening on the Fork durring Brown Drake Spinners. It takes nerves of steel to present to a rise like this one.
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