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  1. #11
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    Re: Tulameen FSR

    What about Murray lake rd a little further up
    the coquihalla
    is there access there yet
    does anyone know

  2. #12
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    Re: Tulameen FSR

    Murray is higher, you might get past Gillis but once you hit the FSR to the lake, start walking.
    I was in Tulameen 3 weeks past setting up the trailer. NOT one road was passable beyond 2km except the mine road. The snow cat on 2 feet of snow sideways at the mine gate was clue enough for me!!
    Take a kid hunting its more rewarding than shooting an animal yourself!!

  3. #13
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    Re: Tulameen FSR

    Just returned from Tulameen on Tuesday, nobody was getting through, or very far at all from the COQ according to the Locals.
    Lots of sledding still going on.
    It has been pretty warm recently but there's a lot of snow up there.
    The hills around Tulameen itself are pretty clear.

  4. #14
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    Re: Tulameen FSR

    Thanks for the info

  5. #15
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    Re: Tulameen FSR

    Quote Originally Posted by bruce0580 View Post
    Thanks for the info
    Might see you up there

  6. #16
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    Re: Tulameen FSR

    Just got home, saw a very good bear on a road I know well but cannot reach due to high snow on the road in and high water between us. 9km west of town is all I could go on Lawless and Owl Creek FSR up behind the mine.

    Next weekend that bear is in for it, be damned the river!!!
    Take a kid hunting its more rewarding than shooting an animal yourself!!

  7. #17
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    Re: Tulameen FSR

    Quote Originally Posted by Steeleco View Post
    Just got home, saw a very good bear on a road I know well but cannot reach due to high snow on the road in and high water between us. 9km west of town is all I could go on Lawless and Owl Creek FSR up behind the mine.

    Next weekend that bear is in for it, be damned the river!!!
    Next weekend is the May Long Weekend.
    Please obey the "essential travel only" edict and stay at home.
    A couple of trips ago when the Princeton and Tulameen Facebook Sites were full of "stay the F@#$ home" I, of course didn't and went up anyway.
    There was one very small, homemade sign on a fence in Downtown Coalmont "STAY HOME"
    We'll be up after the Long Weekend, don't like crowds.

  8. #18
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    Re: Tulameen FSR

    Lots of snow this past winter. Tooled around Sunday Summit and Placer areas this weekend, saw one good bear this morning but he gave us the sniff. Lots of deer and grouse, which is good to see.

  9. #19
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    Re: Tulameen FSR

    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Glove View Post
    Next weekend is the May Long Weekend.
    Please obey the "essential travel only" edict and stay at home.
    A couple of trips ago when the Princeton and Tulameen Facebook Sites were full of "stay the F@#$ home" I, of course didn't and went up anyway.
    There was one very small, homemade sign on a fence in Downtown Coalmont "STAY HOME"
    We'll be up after the Long Weekend, don't like crowds.

    hunting and fishing is deemed essential service, I own a cabin like yourself, where will you be?

    i get what youíre saying but when youíre travelling back and fourth then say to others donít travel? Just saying they will not listen as they are limited to time and location ..
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  10. #20
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    Re: Tulameen FSR

    Quote Originally Posted by browningboy View Post
    hunting and fishing is deemed essential service, I own a cabin like yourself, where will you be?

    i get what you’re saying but when you’re travelling back and fourth then say to others don’t travel? Just saying they will not listen as they are limited to time and location ..
    Actually I was being facetious, ergo the "wink."
    Our place is in Tulameen, down the road a bit from where Steelco hangs out. Just giving him the gears a bit.
    A while back there was a real uproar from Princeton and to a much lesser extent Tulameen from people, usually local residents who were quite vocal about having us "Coast People" , "604's", "Weekenders" and such "stay the eff away."
    Most of the Locals don't have a problem with it.
    We'll be up after the Long Weekend for a week or so.

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