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Old 05-20-2019, 09:58 PM   #11 (permalink)
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The deer will be all over those burn areas and it will green up in the future with lush feed for the animals. It’s going to be awesome in there! Yes they will be opening up the nebo loop up at some point this summer
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Old 05-21-2019, 05:45 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I grew up on the Nebo pushing/tending cattle, hunting Elk and Deer since I can remember. Lots of step country!


I've not seen the damage the fires caused, or how bad. The concern I see is folks camped, and a downpour occurs. Strong possibility of mud slides and trapping those in the area.


I sure hope the Unit recovers and vegetation builds before erosion creates more issues.
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I sure hope the Unit recovers and vegetation builds before erosion creates more issues.
Too late.
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Too late.
"More" issues would imply more than there are currently - which means it can't actually be too late.
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I grew up on the Nebo pushing/tending cattle, hunting Elk and Deer since I can remember. Lots of step country!


I've not seen the damage the fires caused, or how bad. The concern I see is folks camped, and a downpour occurs. Strong possibility of mud slides and trapping those in the area.


I sure hope the Unit recovers and vegetation builds before erosion creates more issues.
This is a very interesting and valid point. How often does the DNR or Forrest Service close areas down due to the possibility of mud slides? I appreciate everyones feedback on the conditions of the unit.
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I had a long discussion with the FS over the Nebo issues 2 weeks ago.

At that time, only the lower gates on the Loop where going to be opened.
The middle section was going to be remained closed all summer.
I dont believe that has changed.

And the gate in Bennie was/is for flooding concern, and is part of a new winter closure area...
Snowmobiling is going to be significantly reduced there aswell.
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I had a long discussion with the FS over the Nebo issues 2 weeks ago.

At that time, only the lower gates on the Loop where going to be opened.
The middle section was going to be remained closed all summer.
I dont believe that has changed.

And the gate in Bennie was/is for flooding concern, and is part of a new winter closure area...
Snowmobiling is going to be significantly reduced there aswell.
Are the closures enforced only on vehicles? Is foot traffic still allowed on the mountain if i were to hike in past the closed areas?
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Foot closure aswell on a large section in the middle as of now.
And no for sure answers on how long it will be inplace.
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Foot closure aswell on a large section in the middle as of now.
And no for sure answers on how long it will be inplace.
Where can i look up these closures at? If theres an area thats closed due to the burns i bet i can guess where all the deer will be
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You need to go down to the local Forest Service office.
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