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    Just wondering, if you could relocate where in Idaho would you go to live for best hunting and fishing along with cheap county to live in.

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    I looked into Idaho Falls and the Swan Valley area. At the time homes were inexpensive and the game is rite out your door step and the river runs rite through the valley.
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    Quote Originally Posted by az.mountain runner View Post
    Just wondering, if you could relocate where in Idaho would you go to live for best hunting and fishing along with cheap county to live in.
    Would be SW Colorado....great hunting and fishing. Land is pretty cheap too!
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    The hunting and fishing here in Idaho is very diverse, so what do you like best, mule deer, whitetails, elk, upland birds, waterfowl, trout in rivers, lakes, steelhead??

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    snake river valley, lewiston.... point to a spot on idaho map and ur in the middle of some outdoorsman fun.

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    If yer wanting to get away from people, I'd pick Salmon. It has great fishing, hunting, mountains all around and not too far from larger cities in Mt and Idaho if need be...

 

 

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