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02-02-2012 08:08 AM
mdt How do you get inspected and permits for acess ? Also is there a tire requirement?
02-02-2012 04:20 AM
MrSig Bear Island is open and fun right now.
02-01-2012 07:23 AM
mdt Thanks alot . PM me if your heading there any time soon. Do you know of any other trails or orv parks S. of lake O. Everywhere I offroaded in the past is now either developed or CLOSED.
01-31-2012 09:15 PM
jeepinthrough its been drying out but there are places all through there that are nasty. you just have to watch where your going and not go out there alone. I'm running 34's and have fun out there. you can check out the pics at "west palm cotbett ride" from last month. you just have to watch out cause your only suppose to go on stumpers grade, tomato fields, and trail #6 unless you have a hunting license
01-31-2012 10:41 AM
mdt
Corbett WMA info?

Has anyone been to Corbett WMA lately ? Was wondering how built my Jeep needs to be? I'm running 35's w/ 4" of lift on a 97 TJ. I'm new to this particular place and was wondering which trails are drier sand runs or is it all sand and water 50/50?

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