New area for S.E.P.A. discussions

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Re: New area for S.E.P.A. discussions

Postby Hinchman/Hart » Fri Dec 21, 2012 9:45 am

Now you get the pleasure of having a**holes driving around with rap music turned up.

Nothing like sitting at your camp getting into nature and then having a buggy full of a**holes drive by thumping like they are straight out of Compton.
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Re: New area for S.E.P.A. discussions

Postby gunman » Fri Dec 21, 2012 10:37 am

Be nice Jethrow ;)
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Re: New area for S.E.P.A. discussions

Postby jcheil » Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:41 pm

You could hunt the 2cycles...
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Re: New area for S.E.P.A. discussions

Postby computertamer » Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:44 pm

It looks like my post was deleted? Whatever, I think my question was answered about SE.

So, how about Crabgrass Rd? What's it like up there?
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Re: New area for S.E.P.A. discussions

Postby mamasredjeep » Sun Dec 23, 2012 6:30 pm

Crabgrass Road is a County Maintained Public Road. You will get a ticket for riding your off road vehicles on Crabgrass. Law Enforcement patrols Crabgrass and they don't mess around.
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Re: New area for S.E.P.A. discussions

Postby countrygirl » Sun Dec 23, 2012 10:42 pm

Bull Creek Wildlife Management Area is located at the end (6 miles in) of Crabgrass - they have a camping area there and some trails. Triple N is to the west of us - they also have a camping area. I've never been there so I don't know what their trails are like. Both area are for hunting, hiking, etc.

I saw that OCPD had two four wheelers pulled over on Hibiscus at 192 tonight.
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Re: New area for S.E.P.A. discussions

Postby Curtis » Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:16 pm

computertamer wrote:It looks like my post was deleted? Whatever, I think my question was answered about SE.

So, how about Crabgrass Rd? What's it like up there?


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Re: New area for S.E.P.A. discussions

Postby mamasredjeep » Sun Dec 30, 2012 3:21 pm

If you do decide to ride your ATV in Bull Creek there are a few things to mention. You must sign in at the Main Gate. The Game Warden does patrol the area. Make sure you have a Registration Sticker on your bike and you have a valid ID. No motorcycles (two wheels) allowed. Kids must have helmets and eye protection. You have to ride on the main trails. You can not randomly shoot your guns. You can only carry a gun (concealed) with a CWP, unless you are a hunter during hunting season with a hunting license with a management sticker. You can get a ticket for "DUI" and "Open Container" for drinking alcohol. During hunting season there are a lot of hunters throughout the wildlife management area. Please be careful driving around as Nature Groups/ Bird Watchers, Hikers and Bikers do frequent the property and use the trails. For years there has been talk about eliminating off road vehicles out in Bull Creek because of the idiots that tear up the roads and go off the trails. Please respect the land. And don't forget to take out with you what you came in with (trash).
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