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Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Antelope Lake, ID

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Antelope Lake, ID
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Above Clark Fork River


Antelope Lake, ID is located 1.6 miles past the Mosquito Creek bridge which is on the east side of Clark Fork, ID on scenic Highway 200. Just as the road veers away from the Clark Fork River and just past the concrete barriers, the road up is on your left. It is hard to see, so drive slowly. Once you make the turn onto the gravel road, you’ll see the Antelope Lake sign. It is about a 20 minute trip up to the lake and the road is very rocky and rough. Keep to the right.

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Above Clark Fork River Valley
When you run into the lake you will find a pristine high mountain lake. It is about 1000-1500 feet above the Clark Fork River valley. The lake is maintained by Avista utilities and there is an area to launch canoe, pontoon boat or float tube, but nothing more than paddles, fins or trolling motors. There is a restroom at the launch area. I would guess the lake itself is about 20 acres.
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Antelope Lake,ID

It is situated at an elevation of about 3,500 feet. The lake is maintained by Avista utilities and there is an area to launch canoe, pontoon boat or float tube, but nothing more than paddles, fins or trolling motors. There is a restroom at the launch area. I would guess the lake itself is about 20 acres.

Good luck and happy cuttie fishing. Hard takes and tight lines.

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Antelope Lake, ID
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