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Old 10-02-2013, 02:06 PM
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Baton Rouge LA
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Default Re: December Trip

Alright Guys Thank you so much for the answers and helping me pick a place to fish! I have one more question and I am planning on grabbing a Guide for the first day. However back to my question, Between San Juan, North Platte, and the Bighorn (Bighorn being my number one pick currently) Are any of these rivers hard to wade? I am looking to wade fish where ever we go and Im not familiar with how to pick a wadable river and was wondering if out of these three are any primarily float rivers? Primarily Wade Rivers or can either Tactic work. Once again thank you all immensely for answering, and with this last question answered I'll be ready to pull the trigger.
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