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    Default Jims creek silvers fishing

    How do you get back to jims creek in Butte?

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    Follow all the lifted trucks with gun racks in the back windows....

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    Quote Originally Posted by coho slayer View Post
    Follow all the lifted trucks with gun racks in the back windows....
    LOL.

    My gun rack has a gun rack.
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    and the trail of beer cans!!
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    And the smoldering cars that have been shot 1,400 times

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    Although the directions given by others are probably correct, following those suggestions could get you almost anywhere this time of year. From Palmer take the Old Glen past the four corners grocery/gas stop about a mile. Turn left on Sullivan Rd. There's a sign for the Drag Race Track there. About 3/4 mile and there's a steel gate on the left and an open road on the right with the aforementioned stuff and a bunch of four wheelers/motor cycles zooming in and out to Jim Creek. After following that mud road for about 1-1 1/2 miles you come out of the trees. Turn left and another mile or two and you will literally run into Jim Creek. Although the road is passable with a car, A pickup or rig with a little more ground clearance would be a good thing. If it has been raining a lot,4wheel drive is a good thing.

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    Sorry, didn't mean for that to turn into a sarcasm-fest....lol.

    Follow the actual advice given and you're good to go. Basically take the road to the track and follow the four wheelers and you'll get there.

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    I followed the directions of the first posts and I ended up up in Mt View in Anchorage.

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    Everyone ran out of beer and had to go home.

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