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Forest Closure

Mako

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So far it looks like it's confined to area D11. I have D11 tag which lets you also hunt D13 and D15. We'll see how it goes. I also have D14 so hopefully not all is lost.
 

Slightball

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So far it looks like it's confined to area D11. I have D11 tag which lets you also hunt D13 and D15. We'll see how it goes. I also have D14 so hopefully not all is lost.
Yes. D11 or at least the whole western side is shutdown. Will make the other areas more crowded but what can you do! Good luck with your tags
 

antlerradar

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The Custer should be closed this weekend. The fire danger is off the charts. Bone dry and temperatures over 100 on Saturday and 90's on Sunday. Thankfully it looks like rain and cool weather on Monday. Stay fire safe this weekend.
 
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Slightball

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Update: https://www.fs.usda.gov/lpnf

Closure of the following National Forests:
-Stanislaus National Forest,
-Sierra National Forest,
-Sequoia National Forest,
-Inyo National Forest,
-Los Padres National Forest,
-Angeles National Forest,
-San Bernardino National Forest,
- Cleveland National Forest

Indefinitely until further notice
 

Slightball

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Originally thought the order ended tomorrow but seems it is an indefinite order? Wanted to confirm I am reading this correctly given this is the last weekend of our A zone.

Seems that way. They originally piece forest by forest and some had re-open dates, then they made one big swoop and closed them indefinitely. Just a total bummer.
 
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