The two parcels that you cross though are 249000002 and 249000003. You can go to Routt County GIS Site
and hit the subdivision/parcel ID. Then enter one of the parcel numbers and hit run search. You can then zoom in and zoom out, and pan with the arrows on the side. Basically Willow runs straight through these two parcels from north to south. I have a Plat and Brand book, which may not be completely accurate, but most likely pretty damn close. (shows where willow winds around) Willow access is on BLM, then runs into National Forest and doesn't appear to hit anything until these last two sections. Pretty sure this is all slack water. A few years back we called road and bridge about pariking. Don't quote me on this but pretty sure the county/public has rights to any pull off that is county maintained (at least on this road) I also believe a small section surrounding public road bridges is also fair game. This was based on a conversation with Paul ? at road and bridge. This was one of the first things that set Dave Moss off. Anyway, I don't really want to piss the guy off, but he has become completely unreasonable. Also not sure where any fence is above the take out fence, but if it is up the creek a mile, it is probably on public land. I think his land is only about the last 1/2 mile. The whole parcel is about 62 acres, and is pretty square ( a bit longer than wide). Making it most likely about 2000 feet. Someone correct me on my math if they see differently. Basically making all other portages walks, bush wacking fair game.