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Old 08-15-2018, 1:37 PM
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Default Over 1/2 a million acres will be closed until further notice.

This notice is for the Carr Fire but the others will be the same!

All remaining evacuation orders related to the Carr Fire have been lifted. Per
closure order CA-360-18-03 and 14-18-12

the public lands managed by the Bureau of
Land Management and the United States Forest Service will remain closed to the public
until further review of potential hazards can be determined and mitigated.
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Old 08-15-2018, 1:46 PM
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Officials have issued a new order closing a large area of the Mendocino National Forest, including the entire Upper Lake Ranger District and part of the Grindstone Ranger District, due to activity from the Ranch fire.

The boundary of the Ranch Fire Closure Area begins at the intersection of County Road No. 301 and the Mendocino National Forest Boundary (Forest Boundary), then continues west and north along the Forest Boundary to where it intersects the Covelo Ranger District boundary on Long Doe Ridge, then continues east along south side of the Covelo Ranger District boundary to its intersection with Forest Road No. M1, then continues south along the west side of Forest Road No. M1 to its intersection with Forest Road No. M61, then continues east along the south side of Forest Road No. M61 to its intersection with Forest Road No. M6, then continues east along the south side of Forest Road No. M6 to its intersection with Forest Road No. M3, then continues south along the west side of Forest Road No. M3 to its intersection with Glenn County Road No. 308, then east along the south side of Glenn County Road No. 308 to its intersection with the Forest Boundary, then south, west, and north along the entirety of the remaining Forest Boundary back to its starting point, as shown in Exhibits A and B.
Same here With the Ranch fire.
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I'm not sure how the hunting will be but I'm glad I have the ranch to hunt on.

I have seen a couple of nice bucks since the fire.
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Was thinking pig hunting at Cache Creek might be a hoot. Pigs and deer likely went west and south.
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