Sunday, February 2, 2014

Utah Fights For Stream Access

The Utah Stream Access Coalition has put out a call to action in the continued fight and support for public access with an upcoming bill, a rally on the state capital steps on February 11th, 2014, and a request to email the Utah's House Rules Committee to show your support of HB37.

Collin Carlson, a.k.a. "Finpusher", preaches streamside.

Visit the Utah Stream Access Coalition website for more information and how to get involved.  Stay up to date on the latest news on the USAC Facebook page as well.


Jay said...

You guys should fight for your right for stream access!

I live in Europe (The Netherlands) and I do my fishing in Germany & Austria. I have to buy a day ticket to fish a stretch (not the whole river, just a stretch of generally 2-4 miles). It will cost me, for the best rivers and streams, about $40-80 PER day.

I wished I could buy a state fishing license like you guys and fish which river and where ever I want…

Yes, that's how it works here in Europe. If you're not a buddy of the king, then you have to pay!

Don't copy the European fishing system!

Watchman said...

Let me get this straight. You are against ownership of private property? One of the fundamental principals that defines a free society.

Watchman said...

By the way, I'm referring to the gentleman in the video. I am just posing a question. No harm intended.