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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: no tresspassing signs in highland
« Last post by grnnesider on Today at 06:09:53 PM »
they suck when they were given the land by the state they agreed to maintain 150 access sites there are less than 10 and now this it was bad enough when they locked gates so we could not travel down the tracks
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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: no tresspassing signs in highland
« Last post by Steve_J on Today at 05:55:17 PM »
what if i jump the tracks? hahaha
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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: no tresspassing signs in highland
« Last post by JohnB on Today at 05:50:19 PM »
Tax maps along that road show their property extends into the river a bit so the rocks are theirs. There may be some rights in the tidal area but I am not sure. To get there one would cross their property unless you got there by boat.
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COLD & WARM WATER FISHING / Re: Kid fishing
« Last post by Diplomat019 on Today at 05:29:01 PM »
How old is he , he should join my sons fishing club it is ages 7to 18 .

he's only 4.  but ill keep that in mind.  thanks
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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: no tresspassing signs in highland
« Last post by HidEnSeek on Today at 05:15:27 PM »
that it is right  Steve  the own the tracks but their property its basically to the rocks, and if you go across the tracks you are trespassing.
That's what I was told but a railroad cop during striper season this year, this happen in Milton near Marlboro they took our  names and they ask us to leave in cool way of course,
I don't blame the cops , just doing their thing ..
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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: no tresspassing signs in highland
« Last post by Steve_J on Today at 05:05:27 PM »
they own the tracks, not the riverbank or the rocks, right?
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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / no tresspassing signs in highland
« Last post by HidEnSeek on Today at 05:02:40 PM »
Since I move to the Hudson valley in 1990 , highland is being a spot for me were I learn about Striper fishing, it is sad to see this signs up from CSX, it will be tough for a lot people to stay out of the tracks and also to watch the fire works this year...
I understand its a lot people irresponsible for what they doing around the tracks , but we shouldn't all pay for that >:(
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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: What kind of skull is this?
« Last post by grnnesider on Today at 04:57:25 PM »
its pretty wide for its size maybe a baby bear
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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: What kind of skull is this?
« Last post by Steve_J on Today at 04:48:15 PM »
small dog?
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GENERAL DISCUSSIONS / Re: What kind of skull is this?
« Last post by bigfoot on Today at 04:34:06 PM »
Mountain Lion  :)
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