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Unread 07-01-2013, 01:16 PM   #1
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ideas on a trail that involves fishing?

My buddy has never been Jeeping so i am trying to think of a good mild place to take him, he also wants to do some fishing so i'm wondering if anyone has some good ideas on a mild jeep trail with some good fishing places at the end or along the way or anything like that?
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Unread 07-01-2013, 10:02 PM   #2
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Really anywhere up the Uintas... Also up af canyon you can go left instead of the dirt to the basin and there is the road to silver lake reservoir.
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Unread 07-01-2013, 10:26 PM   #3
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Really anywhere up the Uintas... Also up af canyon you can go left instead of the dirt to the basin and there is the road to silver lake reservoir.
Yeah i was also thinking sliver lake flat. Just didnt post it since the dirt road to the flat really isnt much of a jeep trail. Although thinking about it there are some trails if you continue past the flat but they are more of scenic easy driving kind rather then the technical style of mineral basin or forest lake. Guess it depends on what kind of trail difficulty wise the OP wants.
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Unread 07-04-2013, 07:36 AM   #4
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Yeah i was also thinking sliver lake flat. Just didnt post it since the dirt road to the flat really isnt much of a jeep trail. Although thinking about it there are some trails if you continue past the flat but they are more of scenic easy driving kind rather then the technical style of mineral basin or forest lake. Guess it depends on what kind of trail difficulty wise the OP wants.
Forrest lake trail technical, Your joking right ?
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Unread 07-04-2013, 11:20 AM   #5
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Your asking a lot for someone to give up a fishing spot...
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Forrest lake trail technical, Your joking right ?
Yeah if you don't take the bypasses
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Wait there's bypasses and hard stuff on Forrest lake. Are we talking about the same Forrest lake up afc ?


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Alexander Lake up in the Uintas, great camping too, and since it's considered primitive, there's no usage fee.
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We went up to blue lake in the Uintas and then over to trial lake on the 4th. Not to technical and good fishing, also, great scenery!!
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We went up to blue lake in the Uintas and then over to trial lake on the 4th. Not to technical and good fishing, also, great scenery!!
How busy was it up there? I imagine it was packed. I'm planning on going up next Thurs-Sat and camping at either Trial or Washington. I've been itching to go fly fishing for a few weeks. I might actually catch a quick session tomorrow now that I think about it.
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It was pretty packed...i prefer mid week trips!
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