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Old 01-31-2009, 12:37 PM
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alright, i got a uncle in missoula montana and i thought we could go visit him and on the way do some fishing on the snake river and possibly the bighorn river too hopefully. and i've looked around for some cheap guide service and i can't find any and i don't really know which part of the rivers are parts where they're good places to fish so any suggestions would be helpful
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alright, i got a uncle in missoula montana and i thought we could go visit him and on the way do some fishing on the snake river and possibly the bighorn river too hopefully. and i've looked around for some cheap guide service and i can't find any and i don't really know which part of the rivers are parts where they're good places to fish so any suggestions would be helpful
thanks
Hi Basher,
Send 'Davo' a p.m. he guides on the Snake around Jackson Hole and would certainly show you a good time. I've fished with Dave a few times and he's a likable fella.

If you decide to fish the South Fork of the Snake talk to the S/F Outfitters and ask about Brett Novick, he's their senior guide and would also take great care of you. South Fork Outfitters 1 800.483.2110 Professional Guided Fly Fishing PO Box 22 Swan Valley Idaho 83449

What time of the year are you planning on coming out this way?
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