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Idaho Fish and Game fishing for angler comments

Feb. 23—The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is contemplating regulation changes that could affect the quantity and quality of trout that can be caught and kept on the wild section of the Selway River and in the Deer Creek Reservoir, which is remote but easier to access. Other proposals could boost bag limits for brook trout on Elk Creek Reservoir and change the way motorized boats are ...

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Midstokke: How to build a pedestal

Recently, while criticizing my husband for something fundamentally flawed in his person, like how he laces his boots or something, I was struck by a realization: Either I am perfect or my husband enjoys the relative peace that reigns when we both pretend I am.
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Midstokke: Just because you can doesn’t mean you should

I don’t know what it is about mountain towns or the Northwest in general that has the population always running high on stoke and misled optimism about weather. The skiers are up there shredding soggy miles, and should they glimpse a reminder of the sun, bragging about it. Down here in the lowlands, the mountain bikers are talking about great trail conditions and tuning their bikes.
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Yellowstone National Park officials outline permanent North Entrance Road options

BILLINGS – There are three proposals for a new North Entrance road Yellowstone officials have put before the public for consideration: rebuild the old route along the Gardner River that was washed out in the 2022 flood; realign the road near the temporary route now being used before dropping down to the Gardner River; or use the newly built temporary road that descends into Mammoth Hot Springs. All of the roads would be 30 feet wide.