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Flint
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Aug-10-04, 
10:09 AM (MST)
"Bear River float hunt"

My son and daughter have antlerless deer tags for the Bear River bottoms in Box Elder County. I want to float the river in a canoe, possibly putting in near Tremonton and taking out by Corrine. Has anyone ever done this? What is the river like and are there better put-in/take-out spots? Feel free to send a pm if someone has info to share.

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Aug-10-04, 
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1. "RE: Bear River float hunt"

flint the rver is fast and deep if you shoot a deer pray that it doesnt jump in or you will lose it. i took one of the moderators here out last season (muzz) and his buddy shot a buck that almost wound up in the drink had it not been for a quick follow up shot we would have lost it. pm me if u want more info

BBH

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