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sportsman not buying Weyerhaeuser permits

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To be fair a couple weekends ago my fiance and me went up there after these signs were posted. Obviously going to climb and were bike riding in. Couple trucks passed us and no one stopped. 2 other groups came up with no issues too.

 

Might be more for hunters, and as always YMMV.

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Might be more for hunters, and as always YMMV.

Right. There are lots of folks working behind the behind gates that have no interest in enforcing access restrictions, so I wouldn't read too much into that.

 

I think you're right that Weyco is hoping the hunters will pay up to get in there, as they do in the SE US. Hopefully they will decide to waive the fee for human-powered visitors.

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