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    Default Little Tok

    Im considering a hunt around the Little Tok river. Its about 1 hour south of Tok on the bypass. Is anyone familiar with that area? How big is the river, can you run a boat up it?

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    Default by mineral lakes

    its shallow and not very wide. canoe maybe....but do not know about the rest of the river

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    Yeah it is small and but navigable from broken bridge to the Tok River for a canoe. That is a very short run. I should also mention that there is a lot of private land boardering it and the high water mark doesn't allow much shore access. Looks great on a map but the area has limitations.

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    Default dicey choice

    Jim, the aforementioned points are both correct and the river can be virtually dry at times. Its a crap shoot. Lots of private lands juxtaposed.
    The larger Tok river is loaded with deadfalls.
    The area up from the the little Tok around Mankomen Lake can hold some good moose --its 4 brow/50", but there is always competition.

    Frank

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    Actually Frank I was looking for a new place to get into for sheep hunting. It looks great on the map and on google earth. After talking to cub, he tells me its a hard place to get across in effort to get into those mountains to the southeast. I was hoping to float across and walk in but cub says its a marshy and in general a very hard area to get into. Dang its hard to find place to do a walk in.

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    Jim in Delta...I have been in the area you are asking about. It has been
    a good sheep area in the past, but for the last 4 or 5 years a guide has
    been operating there. Needless to say the sheep have gotten very scarce.

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    Default Jim

    How hard are you willing to work? you can PM me

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    Isn't most of that land native land,and isn't there a guide that has it all locked up through the natives....??????

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    Wouldnt surprise me a bit!

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