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Old 12-18-2011, 07:55 AM   #1
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I am back home after a 3 month trip that included Wyoming, Northern Montana, Western Idaho, and Nebraska. It was about an equal mix of full hook-ups, water only, electric only, & no hook-ups, The trip revolved around Upland Bird hunting and fly fishing. No problems at all with the Hi-Lo and it was far better than the Pop-Up that I had been using in the past.

Here we are on the Lochsa River doing a bit of fishing for 10 days or so. No hook-ups here.
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Awesome trip Roger! I can't wait to do something similiar.
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I can't wait to be able to take long trips like that!
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Hi Roger,

We super enjoy camping along the Lochsa, especially early in the year just after the camps are clear of snow and the river is at high flow. The Lochsa River is magificient at full flow! In the photo, what camp ground were you enjoying?

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Hi Roger,

We super enjoy camping along the Lochsa, especially early in the year just after the camps are clear of snow and the river is at high flow. The Lochsa River is magificient at full flow! In the photo, what camp ground were you enjoying?

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I believe this was at the small Colgate campground just below the Colgate Warm Springs rest area. I also spent a few days above the falls on the Selway. Had some great fall fishing in the area.
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