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    Default Twentymile air charter

    Who flys into the 14c Twentymile area? Wanting to hunt goats this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Grayling View Post
    Who flys into the 14c Twentymile area? Wanting to hunt goats this year.
    How about running a jet boat into the lake, and hiking from there?
    its better to be silent and thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt...

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    I would think that any of the transporters out of Lk Hood would do the job. No specific recommendations.

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    Hike in from girdwood side...
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    Thinking of hiking in. Just looking at other options. Don't have a jet boat. Thanks for the info so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Grayling View Post
    Thinking of hiking in. Just looking at other options. Don't have a jet boat. Thanks for the info so far.
    Another option might be to take the train into Grandview. They stop at a new facility, and hike from there.
    its better to be silent and thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt...

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    Try calling Andy at Alaska Backcountry Access http://www.akback.com/ He can run you up 20 mile in a Jet boat. Good guy and knows the river well.

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