It is a way of life for some. We definitely look at it that way. Took a lot of sacrifices like anything can but no regrets here.Addiction? I thought it was a way of life! I joined a Country Club once, when the boys got into playing golf, it was cheaper than paying for three green fees twice a week. When they grew out of that I was relived, can you imagine a Smitty CC member? HA! That's cool!
What kind of fishing?It is a way of life for some. We definitely look at it that way. Took a lot of sacrifices like anything can but no regrets here.
I do actually really like golf but not very good. Still wouldn’t mind to play but too difficult finding time. All my eggs are in one basket and for now that’s just fine with me. Gotta get fishing sometime soon I miss the s*** out of that!
That's my oldest son Forrest on the left with a client/friend, Forrest used to have a fly fishing guide business. This is a nice Brown! Wonder who took him on his first fishing trip and countless others?
Can't be upset about people wanting to keep folks off their adjacent private property.hearing a little more about it. It sounds like what they are trying to do is keep people from going down the trails off the HM trails that are labeled "Not part of the trail system". From what some locals who went to the source are saying.. it doesnt sound like the goal is to hurt the outlaw trails, but to keep the areas around the official trails from getting used.
For anyone that rides the area you know what im talking about. You see multiple signs that say "not part of the trail system". Thats what they are trying to keep people off of. Riding down beer can alley, wagon wheel, going up to the horses, none of those trails are posted and are not the target.
I agree, people making their own trials is what they are trying to stopCan't be upset about people wanting to keep folks off their adjacent private property.
This makes sense. The state clearly understand the value riders bring (as evidenced by the trail system existing in the first place).