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Old 10-15-2013, 01:47 PM
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Remember reading a comment (Google News?) that there were 15 tourists 'trapped' in the town and weren't (at that point) being allowed to leave.
Yes, because there was a storm that closed the Beartooth Highway... normally - that road to Gardiner is open 365 days, it's the only winter access to the town.. it's open now, so they can leave, not sure how long it was closed for
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Well, I am back from the trip. I know this may seem weird but it was the most successful fishing trip I have ever taken without ever getting the rods out of the car.

Yes, all that water, all those miles and all those hours, not one time did I fish.

But we did find a great little oasis in the northern area of East Idaho. We put in an offer and we are waiting for the details to unravel.

Keep your fingers crossed. I hope to have the place up and going and ready for anyone who is traveling that way to see what great things that area of the fishing world holds in store.

Shady title stuff may kill the deal but if it all straightens out we are golden. The title company is doing their magic and we are hopeful.

This little gem is 15 minutes away, so are many other great rivers, streams and lakes. This place is incredible as it seems like around every bend in the road is another incredible fishing location.

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Old 10-16-2013, 08:34 AM
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That looks like an excellent location. I hope it all works out and it is great that you are wanting to share it with others!
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Best of luck on the pending dealů Living in Boise, I often make the 5 hour trip to the North East area of the state. It is an amazing location for the out-doorsman.
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Well, I am back from the trip. I know this may seem weird but it was the most successful fishing trip I have ever taken without ever getting the rods out of the car.

Yes, all that water, all those miles and all those hours, not one time did I fish.

But we did find a great little oasis in the northern area of East Idaho. We put in an offer and we are waiting for the details to unravel.

Keep your fingers crossed. I hope to have the place up and going and ready for anyone who is traveling that way to see what great things that area of the fishing world holds in store.

Shady title stuff may kill the deal but if it all straightens out we are golden. The title company is doing their magic and we are hopeful.

This little gem is 15 minutes away, so are many other great rivers, streams and lakes. This place is incredible as it seems like around every bend in the road is another incredible fishing location.

Click the image to open in full size.
Best of luck in your quest.

Love this little corner of the world, spent many hours upstream of here walking the banks looking for big noses.

This view brings back a great memory too....it's where I proposed to Mrs fysh.
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Great news! Our offer was accepted and I will be heading back up to do final inspections next week.

You can bet my rod will be coming out of the car on this trip!!
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Awesome news ! Welcome to the neighborhood !
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Bam! Seems like I will be in excellent company. I reckon you guys know just how excited I am .
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On my back to do the final inspection. I have my new Idaho license in hand and will be fishing parts of Thursday and Friday before my return.
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