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Trout Placer

N HWY 93, Gibbonsville , Idaho 83463 - Lemhi County
$425,000 82 Acres
Property ID 3063589


Originally this was a patented gold mining claim from 1902 by Teddy Roosevelt. Now, being in the heart of prime hunting land, you can enjoy some of Mother Nature's best from fishing and hunting, to horse riding, skiing, hiking, and atvs. Even the Lost Trail Powder Mountain ski resort is within approximately 5 miles. When you come to the lauded Salmon Idaho (for it's outdoor recreation), continue north on highway 93 known as the Lewis and Clark Trail along the North Fork of the Salmon River. Here you see some of Idaho's tallest mountains overlooking scenic canyons, small valleys, and majestic pine pockets. In the crisp and clear mornings be sure to heed the "watch for deer signs"; here they have true meaning. In the short 30 miles, any barren hill sides or open valleys start to team with pine trees, and even the fences are more and more prone to be made of lodge polls. Then, just 5 miles from the Montana border and mountain summit, you'll find Trout Placer. Your slice of nature's paradise has more wildlife than neighbors and secludes you from your worries. If the hunting isn't enough or you enjoy fishing more, cast your flies on the river for year round trout but don't miss the seasonal running salmon or steelhead. Seller financing may be possible. To not miss this one, call Mike at 208-760-9349 or Steve at 208-766-3625 for more information.


From Gibbonsville, approximately 5 miles N on 93 to property on right hand side

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