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10-08-2011 04:31 PM
TBrownSTL Thanks for the update sir.
10-07-2011 10:57 PM
GoldenSahara00 good call

I dont mind at all, I just got in trouble(not really) for it once.

they dont usually care unless it gets too out of hand.
10-07-2011 10:56 PM
TBrownSTL Lol. Didn't bumpy know that lol. My bad bump. I'll try that.
10-07-2011 09:40 PM
obidya I work for the phone company and needed to inspect some poles down this line, I brought all these guys in case I got stuck or needed help... the beer? well... want one?
10-04-2011 11:38 PM
GoldenSahara00 bumping is against forum rules, did you know that?

haha anyways, I have no idea. I would ask the land owners. if you gota go through someones yard or private property to get there, then its a bad idea. otherwise call the company up and ask. the worst they can do is cuss you out.
10-04-2011 11:22 PM
TBrownSTL Bump
10-02-2011 07:48 PM
TBrownSTL Bump
09-30-2011 01:34 PM
TBrownSTL Anyone know of any around STL area. live by some farmland and some non farmland with power lines so i am not sure. around here the power line roads are usually paved though
09-29-2011 06:46 PM
N1IRB
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Originally Posted by Wondertwin1 View Post
Good idea. But its mostly couchs and crap like that.
I've heard of arm chair hunters before but arm chair deer???
09-28-2011 11:05 PM
Wondertwin1
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Originally Posted by BADBOY-RUBICON
I'm a fan of Leave No Trace. You might want bring trash bags with you and clean up after the douche bags so they won't ruin your fun in the future.
Good idea. But its mostly couchs and crap like that.
09-28-2011 11:04 PM
BADBOY-RUBICON I'm a fan of Leave No Trace. You might want bring trash bags with you and clean up after the douche bags so they won't ruin your fun in the future.
09-28-2011 09:00 PM
Wondertwin1
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Originally Posted by badluckkyle

Same here. I really haven't seen cops out there (knock on wood). We used to go out there till 3 in the morning and have bonfires. It's when people start dumping like crazy, they don't lie that.
Yeah people dump here too. Really annoying.
09-28-2011 08:53 PM
badluckkyle
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Originally Posted by Wondertwin1 View Post
Our power lines in florida cut through neighborhoods. Theres houses next to them, but not under them, there are trails and have been there for years. Theres always cops around. So i dont have a definite answer, but we do anyway.
Same here. I really haven't seen cops out there (knock on wood). We used to go out there till 3 in the morning and have bonfires. It's when people start dumping like crazy, they don't lie that.
09-26-2011 02:00 PM
Wondertwin1 Our power lines in florida cut through neighborhoods. Theres houses next to them, but not under them, there are trails and have been there for years. Theres always cops around. So i dont have a definite answer, but we do anyway.
09-26-2011 01:58 PM
Redsand we farm under them here in illinois
09-26-2011 01:56 PM
kfdjason7620 Around here in NC, I can find out all I need to know about a specific piece of land through the county GIS system, search it up and see, maybe its an individual you can look up
09-26-2011 01:42 PM
jasonduke5 Where i live in central P.A. They are OFF LIMITS. The land owner owns the land and the power company owns the power lines and has a right of way. We have a large run of power lines across our land and they give us a hard time about what we do on it. Good luck with trying to find a Company that is going to let you wheel on there property. Most of the issue i think is they are afraid they are going to get sued and second is they have alot of money opening the property up and the lines and stuff.
05-21-2011 07:58 PM
coolbreeze
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Originally Posted by Jp90Talon View Post
Not in CT
How does it work in CT? I only ride and drive 8 western states
05-21-2011 09:12 AM
GoldenSahara00 Lol, alright. I just now saw there were responses to my question. Well first off thanks. Secondly, so I should just ask the power lines companies for permission or what? alot of them are on mountains, and I assume someone owns the land but hard to tell who.
05-20-2011 06:09 PM
Jp90Talon
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Originally Posted by coolbreeze View Post
On wide open public land, use them. On private property, ask the land owner.
Not in CT
05-20-2011 06:07 PM
coolbreeze On wide open public land, use them. On private property, ask the land owner.
05-14-2011 12:37 PM
nick50471 Some are owned by the power companies others are private and the power companies have an easment. Best to check before you go.
05-14-2011 12:25 PM
GoldenSahara00
Can someone explain power lines use?

So I hear all about wheeling on power lines and all that. My question is how do you go about this, who do you go to for permission, what states, etc. Basically the run-down.

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