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    Can you get back to Jim and mud lake right now? I went down Maud and at the end where it goes from pavement to dirt there was a baricade saying road closed

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    Road is closed due to wash-out at the bridge. High water has once again caused significant erosion around the culverts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jester View Post
    Road is closed due to wash-out at the bridge. High water has once again caused significant erosion around the culverts.

    One of the best hunts I had last year was when the road closed signs were out!

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    You can always go up jim creek. Bud
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    Get a stream crossing permit and you can legally cross on the trail.

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    Does anyone know if the road is still closed? Thanks

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    Yesterday at 6pm it was still closed.

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    I went out there tonight and the road closed signs are still out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DucksAndDogs View Post
    One of the best hunts I had last year was when the road closed signs were out!
    Did you just walk the road down to the lakes? If so how far is the walk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by daldrupjm View Post
    Did you just walk the road down to the lakes? If so how far is the walk?

    Miles to the lakes. I cant remember how many exactly. It can be walked but give yourself some extra time. There are also 2 pretty steep hills that will make hauling gear in an out a lot more fun.
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    Someone moved the signs and are driving around them now. It's about two miles back to Mud.

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