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This August my wife, our grandson, a friend and myself are headed out of the Meadow Lake TH. The 1st night we will be staying in the Jaquline/Barnes area. The next 2 nights we will camp near Upper Louise. Then we are headed onto the reservation for 2 or 3 nights fishing Alpine, Deadman and that area and headed back out along Bull
Creek. Does anyone have any suggestions for places to camp on the reservation?
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Let me know if you need a shuttle. Can't promise but if the dates work for me I'll help you out if you pay the tribal permit fee for me.

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Thanks for the offer, but we will also be coming out at Meadow Lake TH.
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So, you'll be poaching fish on the Res?
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Nah, I'm buying a license.
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dont bother there was a big fire back there 2012 and it all burned

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Looks like I might have to come up with a plan B.
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dont bother there was a big fire back there 2012 and it all burned

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Wow what a bummer.  I could see the smoke from the fire when I was on my way to Cook Lakes and Titcomb.  I was hoping to head that way next year.  I'm sure someone will head over there this summer. It will be interesting to get some eye witness reports.

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I think you have to have a tribal permit to fish on the res, not a state fishing license, no?
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Yes, however with last year's fire we probably won't be going on the res this year.
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Unfortunaly, that is a good decision.  

A good portion of the trail from Meadow Lake to nearly Black's Lake along Pole Creek is old burn as well.


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The indians said that lots of bears including grizzlies in Bull creek.
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The indians said that lots of bears including grizzlies in Bull creek.

Grizz got shot in Crowheart not long ago so I don't doubt that at all. Despite seemingly constant assertions to the contrary the Winds and Gros Ventre haven't been Grizz free for a long time.

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here ya go



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According to the Wind River Ind. Res. website you do NOT need a Wyoming State fishing license to fish on the Res as long as you have the appropriate
Indian Fishing permit.
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Wind River Reservation
Tribal Fishing / Trespass Licenses

This is a trespass permit and each person, regardless of whether they fish or not, needs a permit. Even to cross reservation lands they need a permit. Five people in a car – 5 licenses, 20 people in a bus – they need 20 licenses

State licenses are irrelevant on the res. The access and fishing on the res is governed by the res entirely, no matter how you travel there. Thus the title of 'trespass permit'

I know many people who traverse from the west slope of the Bridger Wilderness onto the res do not care about this, but...
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be careful, i go to the res at  least 1 sometimes 3 times a year, you dont want to get caught without a licence the Indians dont like poachers too much  it can get pretty ugly in there courthouse  :angry:

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