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Dewey Wills WMA 61,871 Acres: Catahoula & LaSalle Parishes

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Old December 14th, 2014
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Default State troopers patrolling wma??

What were all the state troopers doing patrolling the wma this weekend? Is this normal for this wma or are they looking for something in particular??

One pulled to the end of the camp ground way street the back and just sat there for hours.
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Old December 14th, 2014
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Don't know what they could be looking for. You don't need a legal vehicle or license to drive on the wma's.


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Old December 14th, 2014
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On dwey wills the roads are state roads leading into the campgrounds. You must have a legal vehicle. They are up there a lot. Keystonekiller is up there now maybe he could answer why.
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Looking to write those Utility Trailer inspection tag tickets.
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Old December 14th, 2014
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Just talked to keystonekiller and he said they are up there looking for drunks.
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Old December 14th, 2014
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lets see, I could go patrol the highway where the vast majority of the population travels, at a much higher rate of speed, OR I can go miles down a gravel road where there will be 1/100 the traffic and look for violations.

Wtf
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Yea we happened to slip by a couple of them while sipping on a few this weekend.
couple years ago at muddy bayou camp ground the game wardens had night vision goggles an dope dogs.they were goin camp to camp. I call bs. U know, were are in the woods, not harming anyone, having a gud time an its seems we cant even go camping without having to look over our shoulders.
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I totally see ur point but at the same time they are just doin there job. I have no problem with someone drinking and staying at a campground but when they get on the roads and start acting crazy ( which I have personally seen on Dewey wills several times) it gets dangerous for everyone else
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Also the camps on muddy bayou have some of the best people u could ever meet and also some the biggest crackheads u could imagine the same ones that steal from other camps and from people who go to the public campgrounds.
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Old December 14th, 2014
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If you look at it as a man hour:incident ratio, there is no way investing those man hours patrolling a wma reduces the overal threat to society compared to those same hours being utilized patrolling highways / towns
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