No trespassing: Hunter keeps property boundaries in his sights

Brush Creek Road (Garfield County Road 209) is an example of a public road having been illegally blocked. It was reopened in 2007 after action was taken by the Garfield County Road and Bridge Department and the Garfield County Sheriff.



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Brush Creek Road (Garfield County Road 209) is an example of a public road having been illegally blocked. It was reopened in 2007 after action was taken by the Garfield County Road and Bridge Department and the Garfield County Sheriff.

It happens to every hunter and angler: A trip is ruined when an illegal gate, fence or “No Trespassing” sign prevents access to public land. In most cases, the hunter or angler…




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