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Catmandoo
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What about the legalities of using a 'snow rated, electric fat tire bike pulling a pulk? Tires would not touch the ground. Slope/load determines battery life. A dead battery makes a dog sled look really good. Being in the company of malamutes while in the wilderness would be good. Might even get a '3 dog night' when it's really cold.

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Huntster
3 hours ago, Catmandoo said:

What about the legalities of using a 'snow rated, electric fat tire bike pulling a pulk?.......

 

They're really jerks about such things:

 

https://the-journal.com/articles/90242

 

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The rising popularity of electric bicycles prompted federal and local staff to remind the public that the bikes are not allowed on trails meant for non-motorized use.

 


“Electric bikes (e-bikes) are considered motorized vehicles, so they are allowed only on roads and trails designated for motorized use,” said Jeff Christenson, recreation planner for the Tres Rios office of the Bureau of Land Management.........

 

 

Of course, right now would be a wonderful time to be in there. The USFS is on furlough. 

 

Another potential snag is that if they know you're in there, they can make you move every two weeks. There is a 14 day camping limit everywhere in the United States (unless you're "honeless" and camp in cities.........they seem to ignore the law there). It would be important to avoid detection when they run around closing gates at the end of the season.

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RedHawk454
10 hours ago, Huntster said:

 

But with a wild pig tag, which is open all year round, you're perfectly legal to be armed with both rifle and open carry sidearm. But you'll have to be using non-lead bullets. We must be environmentally kind while we kill sasqua..........urh.......pigs..........

 

 

Don't haul your gear in or out on your back or sled. Haul it in your truck a week before deer season, find a good spot high up overlooking a clear cut or open area, and wait for a buck to show up. When the season ends, haul your gear to your "winter camp", then have somebody drive your rig out, leaving you there. You stay until you run out of food (sometime around Christmas), then leave with your most valuable gear on your back; your firearms, optics, and electronic gear (including the satellite phone that you can call the cavalry with in case of emergency). The rest you cache until the roads open again in June when you return with your rig to pick it up. Essentially you're leaving a tent, tarps, camp chairs, cot, sleeping bag, camp stove, lantern, etc. Worried about Mr. Big Foot screwing with your gear like they did with Jerry Crews heavy equipment? You have game cams set up. He didn't have those in 1958. And you leave it in 55 gallon steel overpacks that the bears and other critters can't get into. 

 

 

 

 

That would be something fun to do when I retire or have that kindof free time

 

 

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Huntster
36 minutes ago, RedHawk454 said:

That would be something fun to do when I retire or have that kindof free time

 

If you're married, it won't work. Wives, children, and grandchildren (and parents, if they're still alive) will eat up your time more ravenously than your employer ever did. Trust me on that one......

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