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Old 08-24-2009, 02:20 PM
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Default Questions on Lower Mtn Fork river...

I was able to visit beavers bend state park this weekend and fish that part of the river right there, some great fishing, ended up with 9 trout. However that river is incredibly crowded right there in the park. And i was only able to fish that red zone.

Can someone tell me where I can access that river outside of the park? Fishing was great in there, but it was a very small stretch of river compared to what I'm used to. I understand you can access it below the dam from highway 70, but not clear where to go from there. Can someone tell me where I can go to park and fish the rest of this great river?

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Old 08-26-2009, 10:14 AM
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Default Re: Questions on Lower Mtn Fork river...

you can fish what i call Zone 2 and Zone3 outside the park. Go by Three Rivers Fly Shop across from the park entrance near the go cart track, Mountaineer Store and Hochatown Lodge are and Jesse or Linda can give you good directions and a map that will get you to either place.
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