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Old 09-22-2012, 10:05 AM
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Default Henry's Fork... A great trip

Lots of quality fish, great lodge, great guides and beautiful scenery.

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The food was excellent as well. Look at these quail!

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Looking forward to a return trip next fall.
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Good fishing and good food = Good Times. All we need a photo of some Moose Drool or Trout Slayer to go with that meal.
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Good fishing and good food = Good Times. All we need a photo of some Moose Drool or Trout Slayer to go with that meal.
I actually had a Pinot Noir with that quail call Moobuzz. It was excellent. I did consume my share of Moose Drool though.
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Default Re: Henry's Fork... A great trip

Spent my fair share of time there. Glad you enjoyed the "Fork".

Looks like you fished the lower river in those pics. Did you spend any time on the Ranch or in The Box?
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I fished the Box, Warm River to Ashton, the Ranch, Ora to Chester and just below the ranch from Woods Road to Riverside.
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The Ranch and Wood Road are two of my favorite places on earth to fish, can be oh so tough, but so rewarding and worth the 'hunt'.
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