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Old 09-21-2006, 07:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Tresspassing on private property to fish

It was suggested on another thread that an individual should go fish a certain section of the Colorado river. That section of the river would require an individual to tresspass on private property, one being a local landowner and the second being the Union Pacific Railroad.

DON'T TRESSPASS ON RAILROAD PROPERTY TO FISH OR HUNT. Or any other private property for that matter.

Due to the Homeland security stuff, the Railroad's and the Federal Government are on alert wathcing for tresspassers. If you are spotted on or near Railroad property you will be reported and you will be ARRESTED and charged with a FEDERAL FELONY. Interstate railroads are under federal law and you would be charged accordingly. So don't do it.

Additionally, on behalf of the guys working those trains, they don't want to run your ass over either, so don't do it. There are plenty of other places to fish.
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