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Swamp Scooter

where to get a map of Boise Brule(upper)?

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I have tried and just cannot seem to find a good map of the upper Brule, South of hwy 2. Anyone know where I can get one? I tried stopping in and seeing the gal at the fly shop and she had none that she could find. Any help would be appreciated. I want to get out but also want to know where I am going and will end up.

Thanks, I know someone can help.

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Check the site for the Brule River Sportsmans Club.

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The sportsman club map they put out is only for north of 2. I've seen maps of the upper, mostly in paddling books, but none of them are good maps, just a standard map.

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I did try at the Brule Sportsman fly shop just south of town. The owner had maps of it but cannot find them to copy again. I will check back again. I would like to hit some spots this Fall but having a good map helps a lot.

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Keep in mind that anything above hwy 2 closes at the end of september

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