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  1. #8201
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERIOR View Post
    Went up to beehive basin yesterday for a nice trail jog / hike.

    Astounded by the monstrous ugly homes built up there nowadays. Sad.

    Also, looks like there’s a possible expansion of the parking lot? There were vehicles lined up for a hundred yards on each side of the road there.
    New parking lot construction begins on August 5th. Parking will be a bit tighter during construction but will double the available off street parking.
    https://www.explorebigsky.com/constr...ef%bb%bf/30474

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  2. #8202
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    Hey V..... slightly O/T but can you tell me the status of the Fish Camp trail?

    Open or closed to the unwashed masses?

  3. #8203
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not bunion View Post
    Hey V..... slightly O/T but can you tell me the status of the Fish Camp trail?

    Open or closed to the unwashed masses?
    Ride with respect and you are all good!

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  4. #8204
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    OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

    Talisman absolutely SUCKS at horseshoes.

    Played a round on Benny Profane's favorite horseshoe pits (Riverhouse) and the results were:
    1) Harry = winner winner chicken dinner
    2) Talisman's brother
    3) Mrs Talisman
    4) Talisman himself = dead last

    I got a free chicken dinner tonight, so I am a happy boy. I could not decide if Talisman thought he was bowling or playing frisbee, but he clearly was not playing horseshoes.



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  5. #8205
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    Quote Originally Posted by Talisman View Post
    The Gallatin is turbid again today downstream of the Taylor Fork which means wet flies or streamers to me. Green worm or sculpins are what I would use, but I am a notorious hacker.
    Thanks, I've got the assortment so will hope for clear water.

  6. #8206
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    im hopin to leave for cody weds night or thurs morn
    ill probably head out of cody monday
    Im trying to line up a new trailer for the hog
    may end up with a RO so id head towards bozone monday or tues
    and good to float sumthins weds thurs
    id vote and haz never fished the mo
    cause i hear they got big poopers in there
    will call fore i leave here with a better idea of scedule
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    ski on in eternal peace

  7. #8207
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    ^^^^^^
    Drive through the Hole.

    Late arrivals A-Ok...We'll leave the green light on for ya.

    Always welcome, my friend.

  8. #8208
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    ill probably head home that route and maybe deadman to moose ya down the snake fri or sat
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  9. #8209
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    SFB: I know the Mo real well, I'm available Wed & Thurs.


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  10. #8210
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    ^^Big fire burning north of Helena so the Mo might be a bit smokey through the canyon. Floated yesterday above Canyon Ferry from York's Island to Townsend and it was really nice but didn't catch shit. That has to be the worst stretch of fishing water on the whole river. Lots of bird life though including some sandhill cranes.

    I would try to hook up with you guys but I'm leaving tomorrow for Colorado.

  11. #8211
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry View Post
    OFFICIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

    Talisman absolutely SUCKS at horseshoes.

    Played a round on Benny Profane's favorite horseshoe pits (Riverhouse) and the results were:
    1) Harry = winner winner chicken dinner
    Do I get a "Harry Beat me Like a Rented Mule at Horse Shoes!" T-shirt? Next time I am using the red horse shoes.

  12. #8212
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    Quote Originally Posted by Talisman View Post
    Do I get a "Harry Beat me Like a Rented Mule at Horse Shoes!" T-shirt? Next time I am using the red horse shoes.
    Red horseshoes FTW. This is TGR...


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  13. #8213
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    FYI

    Montana Department of Transportation will be installing guardrails along U.S. Highway 191 between Bozeman and Big Sky. Crews will begin the project in mid-August and are expected to continue through November.

    They will be closing down one lane in order to replace 29,000 feet of guardrail with a new, stronger and taller railing. With this construction through Gallatin Canyon travelers and tourists can expect delays up to 15 minutes between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.

  14. #8214
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    That is going to make an already shit drive even more hellish.

    This morning I was about 3 minutes late to a small SUV attempting to drive under a Pup trailer just north of Gateway. Didn't look like anyone was hurt real bad but the SUV will never be the same and it slightly bent a fender on the Pup.

    People really need to slow the fuck down, for every vehicle you pass there are 20 more behind another haul truck or side dump that is fully loaded and going as fast as possible.

  15. #8215
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not bunion View Post
    People really need to slow the fuck down, for every vehicle you pass there are 20 more behind another haul truck or side dump that is fully loaded and going as fast as possible.
    I don't really understand the need to pass vehicles in the canyon going at or near the speed limit. During daylight hours there is always a conga line of vehicles formed behind a 45 foot RV towing a car or boat or an 18 wheeler. Plan on doodle bug drivers and leave a few minutes earlier and relax into the view. Perhaps if I was better at horseshoes the answer would be clear?

  16. #8216
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    Ban the semis and dirt trucks. Tax the RVs $100 per iPad clutching overprivileged screaming child.


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  17. #8217
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    its the azholes tailgaiting a vehicle going 5mph over limit already, that create as much problems as the 5th wheel going 15mph under
    whole state is f'd in my opinion less the rural parts...changed a whole lot since my time in the 90's, but still much better than where ive been lately...so there's that...
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  18. #8218
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    Easy way to control traffic, install horseshoe pits at least a quarter of a mile away from the road. Talisman will be throwing shoes in every direction ensuring lots of broken windshields and assorted mayhem.


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  19. #8219
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    What happened to the improvements to the main drag through Big Sky?

  20. #8220
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not bunion View Post
    What happened to the improvements to the main drag through Big Sky?
    If you are referring to the Tiger grant, the project is out to bid at the moment. Can't say when shovels might actually hit dirt, but looking like spring 2020.

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  21. #8221
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viggen View Post
    when shovels might actually hit dirt, but looking like spring 2020.

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    hoping for excavators, moto graters, d9's and the sort....i watched a road being built in cabarete DR by shovels, took forever
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  22. #8222
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiCol View Post
    hoping for excavators, moto graters, d9's and the sort....i watched a road being built in cabarete DR by shovels, took forever
    If they were moving cocaine on that road it would be done in 45 days.

  23. #8223
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatnslow View Post
    If they were moving cocaine on that road it would be done in 45 days.
    true that
    but alas... just surf rats, rum bums and locals
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  24. #8224
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    Wait, I'm the only one moving cocaine on that road?

  25. #8225
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    Everyone knows you move the yayo on jack crick.

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