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    I can see how one could be charged for using roads that have been closed. But I can't see any way how the charges would stick if the hunter in question walked into an area or canoed into an area.

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    Most road closures are for motorized vehicles so you can walk in(I think) Or you can carry your cartop boat on your shoulders through a few kms of bush and then fish your once favorite lake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sawbill View Post
    Most road closures are for motorized vehicles so you can walk in(I think) Or you can carry your cartop boat on your shoulders through a few kms of bush and then fish your once favorite lake.
    What about a mountain bike with a canoe trailer on a closed road? - not motorized
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckchaser View Post
    and also to help pack out meat should we be successful.
    No one has mentioned it yet...but ....are you nuts !!....have you any idea how big a moose is ? (jk )

    You'd be making at least 2 possibly 3 trips with one guy in each canoe to haul the beast out.

    This a small moose in a big boat !!..it took 3 guys to load it...even quartered up you'd have a heck of a load for a canoe....

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    This is an example of how some of the signs are written:

    Use of this road to access Bobtail lake is prohibited.

    I made up the name of the lake but that is how many of the signs read. Sometimes they will list a series of lakes and streams that are found along a particular roadway. Other times the roads are just plain closed to vehicles.

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    Sounds to me like you can't even walk down that road.. Walk down the aide of the road or something... Who maintains these roads?
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    Some signs may say no access to such and such lakes,
    You may also come across a sign that looks something like this. Or exactly like this. This was taken while on a Moose hunt in the middle of nowhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    No one has mentioned it yet...but ....are you nuts !!....have you any idea how big a moose is ? (jk )

    You'd be making at least 2 possibly 3 trips with one guy in each canoe to haul the beast out.

    This a small moose in a big boat !!..it took 3 guys to load it...even quartered up you'd have a heck of a load for a canoe....

    hey can I borrow your boat? if moose jump in like that can you image what a fleet would do

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    No one has mentioned it yet...but ....are you nuts !!....have you any idea how big a moose is ? (jk )

    You'd be making at least 2 possibly 3 trips with one guy in each canoe to haul the beast out.

    This a small moose in a big boat !!..it took 3 guys to load it...even quartered up you'd have a heck of a load for a canoe....

    I see yoy hunt with squareheads too...Who's the German on the right?

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    lol .Thats funny

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