View Poll Results: What is your preferred access to the Hay Flats?

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  • Cottonwood Creek (walk or ATV)

    10 37.04%
  • Rabbit Slough

    10 37.04%
  • Knick River bridge

    4 14.81%
  • Other

    3 11.11%
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Thread: Palmer Hay Flats access poll

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    Just courious

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    I think this is a interesting poll, could provide good information. Surprised that with only 12 voting so far, it is split even among the 3 main access points. Bud
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    Wonder what the "other" ways are - flying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abob View Post
    Wonder what the "other" ways are - flying?
    having permission from a private land owner.... Or knowing where access is from other locations. For example, from the road just north of Rabbit slough...don't recall the name of it, but I used to go that way, when walking in.
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    Interesting numbers. According to Joe with AF&G over 700 people accessed the PHF last year. More from the Cottonwood access point then any others. Seems the ATV access is heavier this year than normal. Wonder how the matts and terrain are holding up out there?
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    did they lay a bunch of new matting down? I might have to take a walk out there next week and get to my old hunting spot
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