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Mustang Complex Fire - Idaho question

Any one know which drainage(s), creeks, have been impacted by this fire? Particularly interested in Corn and Colson creeks. Gonna call the North Fork store tomorrow. But I'd sleep better OR worse if I knew tonight.
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    Re: Mustang Complex Fire - Idaho question

    Roy,

    Here is the website for the fires in the nation forest. If you click on the particular fire it gives you details and has a map of the areas burnt.

    InciWeb the Incident Information System: Current Incidents
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    Thanks for the pointer. My spot is most probably toast. There were a ton of elk in that area. They'll be more concentrated I suppose. Should make wolfin' a bit more productive. Nature is an awesome force!!!!
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    We're getting the smoke boiling over the mountain from those fires, it's miserable!!!!
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    Just about every 2nd or 3rd year I'm burned out of accessing my area. The fires finally went through my area a few years ago and changed everything. Trails and game trails are all gone. Starting over.
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    Just talked w/Julie @ FS. Yep, my area of interest is burned. I guess I've hunted there for the last time. Bummer. Gettin' old sux.......
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    I'm feel'in ya man.

    All that's left are pulling down roads you've never been on, wandering places you've never been and discovering things you never knew.
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