Today I'll pack my FJC up in prep for my solo NV Native Trout Hunt, heading out early Sunday morning, by 4AM. The target trout list includes: * Bonneville Cutthroat, found in creeks in and near Great Basin N.P. in White Pine county. * Yellowstone Cutthroat, found in a Goose Creek and its tributaries in very northeast corner of state, in Elko county. * Bull, found in headwaters of the Jarbidge River. I'll be fishing in the Jarbidge Wilderness south of Jarbidge, NV in Elko county. * Inland Redband (aka Columbia Redband), found in most any NV stream which drains into Snake. Will probably pick this one up while fishing for the Bull. If I get all 4, I will have completed my NV Fish Slam. My hope is to catch them in 3.5 days of fishing, covering most of the highway miles at night, sleeping whereever/whenever next to the FJC on a cot. No tent, no stove... just a couple of ice chests (one for drinks, one for food). The basic driving loop is over 1200 miles, taking me into Utah and Idaho at times. I expect I'll do 1300-1400 miles in the end. I've done a lot of research on fishing locations... including chatting with local NDOW biologists and other local experts. So I got high probability primary and secondary fishing location pre-planned, as well as a few fall back locations. I'll be using MotionX GPS and Garmin Earthmate for OHV mapping chores, and Google Maps for on-highway. All are setup with offline maps. Overview Map. For comms, I'll be relying on my Garmin InReach Mini (paired with my iPhone for easy texting). It is unlikely that I'd be able to raise a 2M repeater of the OHV portions. I'll be Elko on Wednesday evening for the Ruby Mountain Fly Fishers meeting where I'll be giving a presentation on chasing native trout (will actual focus on CA trout and they recently had a different presentation on NV natives). I'll be dead on Thursday, so unlikely to attend our club meeting. Chiroprator scheduled for Friday.