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                           YAAK RIVER RESOURCES, INC.
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                (Name of Registrant as Specified In Its Charter)

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                           Yaak River Resources, Inc.
                              423 Baybridge Drive
                              Sugarland, TX 77478
                                  281-242-7656


                   NOTICE OF ACTION TAKEN BY THE SHAREHOLDERS
                        BY WRITTEN CONSENT OF A MAJORITY

                                 APRIL 20, 2004

To The Shareholders of Yaak River Resources, Inc.

     Eric  Sunsvold,   Donald  J.  Smith,  Robert  Pike,  and  Darrell  Benjamin
(collectively,  the  "Majority  Shareholders")  are the  holders  of a total  of
43,361,582 shares or approximately 64% of the total issued and outstanding stock
of Yaak River  Resources,  Inc., a Colorado  corporation  (the  "Company").  The
Majority  Shareholders have adopted the following resolutions by written consent
in lieu of a meeting  pursuant to the Business  Corporation  Act of the State of
Florida,  and subject to the Notice requirements of Section 14 of the Securities
Exchange Act of 1934.

        1.    To change the Company's name to a name to be determined by the
              Board of Directors.

        2.    To authorize a reverse split of the Company's common stock on a
              one for sixty-eight basis.

                           Blaize N. Kaduru, President

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           WE ARE NOT ASKING YOU FOR A CONSENT OR A PROXY AND YOU ARE
                        REQUESTED NOT TO SEND US A PROXY.

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                           Yaak River Resources, Inc.
                               423 Baybridge Drive
                               Sugarland, TX 77478
                                  281-242-7656

                                 April 20, 2004

                         NOTICE OF SHAREHOLDERS' ACTION

     The Majority  Shareholders  have  submitted  their  consents to the actions
described  in this  Information  Statement  on or about  April 20,  2004,  to be
effective on or before _______________, 2004. As of April 20, 2004, the Majority
Shareholders  held of record 43,361,582 shares of the Company's common stock, or
approximately  64% of the  total  issued  and  outstanding  common  stock of the
Company.  The  remaining   outstanding  shares  of  common  stock  are  held  by
approximately fifty-five other shareholders.

     The Majority  Shareholders  consenting consist of Eric Sunsvold,  Donald J.
Smith,  Robert Pike, and Darrell  Benjamin.  See "SECURITY  OWNERSHIP OF CERTAIN
BENEFICIAL OWNERS."

     Holders of the common stock of record as of April 20, 2004 are entitled
to submit their consent to the shareholder resolutions described in this
Information Statement, although no shareholder consents other than that of the
Majority Shareholders are required to be submitted in order for the resolution
to be adopted. The Company is NOT soliciting consents or proxies and
shareholders have no obligation to submit either of them. Whether or not
shareholders submit consents should not affect their rights as shareholders or
the prospects of the proposed shareholder resolutions being adopted. The
Majority Shareholders will consent to all of the shareholder resolutions
described in this Information Statement. The affirmative vote of the holders of
a majority of the outstanding common stock of the Company is required to adopt
the resolutions described in this Information Statement. Florida law does not
require that the proposed transaction be approved by a majority of the
disinterested shareholders. A total of 41,360,010 shares of common stock will be
entitled to vote on the Company's proposed transactions described in this
Information Statement.

                                   THE COMPANY

     The Company has its executive offices at 423 Baybridge Drive, Sugarland, TX
77478,  and  its  telephone  number  is  (281)  242-7656.  As  described  in the
accompanying  NOTICE  OF  ACTION TO BE TAKEN BY THE  SHAREHOLDERS,  the  Company
proposes  to adopt  certain  amendments  to the  Articles  of  Incorporation  by
shareholder action as follows:


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                                   Proposal #1

                            AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES FOR
                             CORPORATION NAME CHANGE

     The majority shareholders have authorized a change in the name of this
corporation to a name to be chosen by the Board in its discretion. This requires
an amendment to the Articles of Incorporation.

     The Board believes the name change in our Articles of Incorporation is in
the best interest of the corporation to change from a mineral exploration image
of the Company.


                                   PROPOSAL 2

              REVERSE SPLIT OF COMMON STOCK ISSUED AND OUTSTANDING

     To Authorize a reverse  split of the common stock on a one for  sixty-eight
basis, by which each sixty-eight shares shall become one share.

     Our  shareholders  have  approved  a pro-rata  reverse  split of our common
stock, by which each  sixty-eight  shares would become one share.  The effective
date of the  reverse  split  will be  within 45 days  following  the date of the
mailing of this Notice.

        The shareholders entitled to fractional shares as a result of the
reverse split will have the fractional shares rounded up to the nearest whole
share, because the cost of administering fractional share to the Company and
the confusion, inconvenience, and administrative time at the transfer agent and
for "street name" shareholders.  The Board has determined that it is more cost
effective and better business practice on a cost/benefit analysis to handle
fractional shares this way than to attempt to administer them as fractional
shares or to pay cash or scrip for them.  At the most, the Company estimates,
this rounding up to the nearest whole share would result in the issuance of 
fractional shares on a post-reverse split basis which at current price is $1.40
at $.014 per share.



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        There will be no change in the number of record holders as a result of
the reverse split.

     We believe that reverse split will be advantageous to us and to all
shareholders, because it may provide the opportunity for higher share prices
based upon fewer shares. It is also a factor that most brokerage houses do not
permit or favor lower-priced stocks to be used as collateral for margin
accounts. Certain polices and practices of the securities industry may tend to
discourage individual brokers within those firms from dealing in lower-priced
stocks. Some of those polices and practices involve time-consuming procedures
that make the handling of lower priced stocks economically unattractive. The
brokerage commissions on the purchase or sale of lower priced stocks may also
represent a higher percentage of the price than the brokerage commission on
higher priced stocks.

     As a general rule, potential investors who might consider making
investments in our company will refuse to do so when the company has a large
number of shares issued and outstanding with no equity. In other words, the
"dilution" which new investors would suffer would discourage them from
investing, as general rule of experience. A reduction in the total outstanding
shares may, without any assurance, make our capitalization structure more
attractive.

        The Company does not now qualify for a listing on any exchange, AMEX,
NASDAQ, NYSE, or any smaller exchange.  The Company does not meet any exchange
qualifications at this time except that it is an SEC registered company.  There
is no assurance whatsoever that the Company will ever meet most of any exchange
listing criteria.

     There is no assurance that any effect to the price of our stock will
result, or that the market price for our common stock, immediately or shortly
after the proposed changes will rise, or that any rise which may occur will be
sustained. Market conditions are not predictable and may be influenced by
changes in investor attitudes and external economic conditions. We are proposing
the steps we deem best calculated to meet the market attractively. We cannot
control the market's reaction.

     Dissenting shareholders have no appraisal rights under Colorado law or
pursuant to our constituent documents of incorporation or bylaws, in connection
with the reverse split.

         Additional information regarding the Company, its business, its stock,
and its financial condition are included in the Company's Form 10-KSB annual
reports and its Form 10-QSB quarterly reports. Copies of the Company's Form
10-KSB for its fiscal year ending December 31, 2002 and its quarterly report on
the Form 10-QSB for the quarter ending September 30, 2003 are available upon
request to: Blaize N. Kaduru, President, Yaak River Resources, Inc., 423
Baybridge Drive, Sugarland, TX  77478.



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   SECURITY OWNERSHIP OF DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS AND CERTAIN BENEFICIAL OWNERS

         The following table sets forth certain information known to the Company
with respect to the beneficial ownership of the Company's common stock as of
April 20, 2004 by (i) each person who is known by the Company to own
beneficially more than 5% of the Company's common stock, (ii) each of the
Company's directors and executive officers, and (iii) all officers and directors
of the Company as a group. Except as otherwise listed below, the address of each
person is c/o Yaak River Resources, Inc., 423 Baybridge Drive, Sugarland, TX
77478.

            Name and Address of            Number of Shares      Percentage
             Beneficial Owner             Owned Beneficially      of Class

             Eric Sunsvold                     6,694,605               9.9%
             423 Baybridge Drive
             Sugarland, TX 77478

             Donald J. Smith                  31,661,977(1)           47.0%
             2501 E. Third St.
             Casper, WY  82609

             Robert Pike                         680,000               1.0%
             6396 E. Fair Avenue
             Englewood, CO  80111

             Blaize N. Kaduru                          0                 0%
             423 Baybridge Drive
             Sugarland, TX 77478

             Darrell Benjamin                  4,325,000               6.4%
             6658 S. Starlight Rd.
             Morrison, CO  80465

             All officers and directors       32,341,977              48.0%
             as a group (two persons)


(1)     The figure shown includes 10,000 shares held in the name of Suvo
        Corp.  Mr. Smith is the owner of Suvo Corp.

     The Company currently has 67,308,857 shares issued and outstanding.


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Notes to the table:

     Unless otherwise indicated, the persons named in the table have sole voting
and investment power with respect to all shares of common stock shown as
beneficially owned by them.

                                   MANAGEMENT

     The following table lists the names and ages of the executive  officers and
directors of the Company.  The directors  were appointed in prior years and will
continue  to serve  until the next  annual  shareholders  meeting or until their
successors are appointed and  qualified.  All officers serve at the discre- tion
of the Board of Directors.

    NAME                   AGE           POSITION WITH THE COMPANY
    ----                   ---           -------------------------

Blaize N. Kaduru           53            President, Secretary and
                                         Treasurer and a Director
                                         since December 18, 2002

Robert Pike                74            Vice President and a Director
                                         since December 21, 1999


     BLAIZE N. KADURU. Mr. Kaduru is an Adjunct Professor, teaching economics
and business related college courses at Wharton Junior College in Sugarland,
Texas, since January 2003. Previously, he was Executive Vice President of
Business Development for Wireless Communications Technology, Inc., a spin-off
of Prodigy Communications Inc. in Houston, Texas.

     ROBERT PIKE.  Mr. Pike has been Vice President and a Director of the
Company since December 21, 1999.  Mr. Pike is a retired banker.  For more than
the past five years, he has been an investor.  Also for more than the past five
years, Mr. Pike has been President and sole owner of Bob Pike Associates, Inc.,
a real estate consulting and inspection firm, based in Englewood, Colorado, that
serves financial institutions.

         Insofar as indemnification for liabilities arising under the Securities
Act may be permitted to directors, officers or persons controlling the Company
pursuant to the foregoing provisions, the Company has been informed that in the
opinion of the Securities and Exchange Commission, such indemnification is
against public policy as expressed in the Act and is therefore unenforceable.

BOARD COMMITTEES

         The Board of Directors currently serves as an Audit Committee and
Compensation Committee. During the fiscal year ended December 31, 2003, the
Board of Directors held occasional meetings.


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COMPENSATION OF DIRECTORS

         Directors receive no cash compensation for their services to the
Company as directors, but are reimbursed for expenses actually incurred in
connection with attending meetings of the Board of Directors.


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                            SUMMARY COMPENSATION TABLE OF EXECUTIVES
                        Cash Compensation             Security Grants
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Name and      Year  Salary  Bonus Annual      Restricted Securities   Long Term           LTIP      All Other
Principal                         Compensation Stock     Underlying   Compensation/       Payments  Other
Compensation                     /Other($)    Awards    Options/     Options
Position                                                    SARs(#)
                                                            (SHARES)
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<S>           <C>   <C>       <C>               <C>       <C>              <C>            <C>            <C>
Blaize N.     2001  0         0           0     0         0                0              0              0
Kaduru,       2002  0         0           0     0         0                0              0              0
President,    2003  0         0           0     0         0                0              0              0
Secretary,
Treasurer
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Robert Pike,  2001  0         0           0     0         0                0              0              0
Vice Pres-    2002  0         0           0     0         0                0              0              0
ident         2003  0         0           0     0         0                0              0              0
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Officers as   2001  0         0           0     0         0                0              0              0
A Group       2002  0         0           0     0         0                0              0              0
              2003  0         0           0     0         0                0              0              0
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(b)  Directors' Compensation

     Directors who are also officers of Yaak River  Resources,  Inc.  receive no
cash  compensation  for services as a director.  However,  the directors will be
reimbursed for out-of-pocket  expenses incurred in connection with attendance at
board and committee meetings. The Company has granted options to directors under
its Stock Incentive Plan subsequently adopted.


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                                               SUMMARY COMPENSATION TABLE OF DIRECTORS
                                                     (To December 31, 2003)
                        Cash Compensation               Security Grants
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<S>            <C>     <C>      <C>      <C>        <C>          <C>                 <C>       <C>
Name and       Year    Annual   Meeting  Consulting Number       Securities          LTIP      All Other
Principal              retainer Fees ($) Fees/Other   of         Underlying          Payments  Compensation
Position               Fees ($)          Fees($)    Shares (#)   Options/SARs(#)
                                                                        (SHARES)
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Blaize N.      2001    0          0        0           0           0                 0              0
Kaduru,        2002    0          0        0           0           0                 0              0
Director       2003    0          0        0           0           0                 0              0
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Robert Pike,   2001    0          0        0           0           0                 0              0
Director       2002    0          0        0           0           0                 0              0
               2003    0          0        0           0           0                 0              0
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Directors as a 2001    0          0        0           0           0                 0              0
group          2002    0          0        0           0           0                 0              0
               2003    0          0        0           0           0                 0              0
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        There have been no Option/SAR grants or exercises in the last fiscal
year reportable under Reg. S-B, 402(c) or (d).

(c) Termination of Employment and Change of Control Arrangements.  None.

(d) Stock purchase options:  None


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                 CERTAIN RELATIONSHIPS AND RELATED TRANSACTIONS

     During the fiscal year ended December 31, 2003, the Company did not engage
in any related-party transactions.

     There were no transactions, or series of transactions, for the fiscal year
ended December 31, 2003, nor are there any currently proposed transactions, or
series of the same, to which the Company is a party, in which the amount
involved exceeds $60,000 and in which to the knowledge of the Company any
director, executive officer, nominee, five-percent shareholder or any member of
the immediate family of the foregoing persons have or will have a direct or
indirect material interest.


                              INDEPENDENT AUDITORS

     The Board of Directors has  authorized  the firm of Michael  Johnson & Co.,
LLC, CPAs,  independent  certified public  accountants,  to serve as independent
auditors for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2004.

                 SHAREHOLDER PROPOSALS AND NOMINATING PROCEDURES

         Any proposal that a shareholder intends to present at the Company's
2004 Annual Meeting should have been received at the Company's principal
executive office no later than ____________, 2004. Any such proposal must comply
with Rule 14a-8 of Regulation 14A of the proxy rules of the Securities and Ex-
change Commission. Shareholder proposals should be addressed to the Secretary of
the Company.

         Nominations for directors to be elected at the 2004 Annual Meeting,
other than those made by the Board of Directors, should be submitted to the
Secretary of the Company no later than ____________, 2004. The nomination should
include the full name of the nominee and a description of the nominee's back-
ground in compliance with Regulation S-K of the reporting rules of the Securi-
ties and Exchange Commission.



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                                  OTHER MATTERS

         The Board of Directors of the Company is not aware that any matter
other than those described in this Information Statement is to be presented for
the consent of the shareholders.

     UPON WRITTEN REQUEST BY ANY SHAREHOLDER TO BLAIZE KADURU, PRESIDENT OF THE
COMPANY, AT YAAK RIVER RESOURCES, INC., 423 BAYBRIDGE DRIVE, SUGARLAND, TX 77478
TELEPHONE (281) 242-7656, A COPY OF THE COMPANY'S ANNUAL REPORT ON FORM
10-KSB AND INTERIM REPORTS ON FORM 10QSB WILL BE PROVIDED WITHOUT CHARGE.