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Is this real, or are you just having fun fishing today ... HCS style? :whistle:    Good luck enforcing it, if it's legit.

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1 hour ago, Badger** said:

Seems the Wisconsin DNR is considering banning 2" paddle tracks on Wisconsin snowmobile trails. 

Funny you bring this up.  The MN DNR did a study recently on what types of vehicles do the most damage to snowmobile trails, while taking up a proposal to allow ATV’s on snowmobile trails in the winter.  The findings were ATV’s, then paddle tracks, then 1-1.5” tracks.  The conclusions were enough to not allow ATV’s usage of groomed trails in the winter.  Although paddle tracks of 2” or greater were right with the ATV’s in how much they tear up the groomed trails, the consensus was there is no real way to enforce any snowmobile from being on the trails.

 

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1 hour ago, Bontz said:

Is this real, or are you just having fun fishing today ... HCS style? :whistle:    Good luck enforcing it, if it's legit.

Came up in one of our Club meetings last February. They will have a group called the paddle police and if you get busted they will cut your track right the hell off. :D I agree with you it would be very hard to enforce.  

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1 hour ago, Badger** said:

Came up in one of our Club meetings last February. They will have a group called the paddle police and if you get busted they will cut your track right the hell off:D I agree with you it would be very hard to enforce.  

:goodpost::cry::lol:

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