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7 mile slough

Postby rob916 » Sun Jun 03, 2012 9:24 am

I was wondering if anybody knows if this part of 7 mile is legal to fish by canoe/kayak/tube/bank?
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Re: 7 mile slough

Postby jloo283 » Sun Jun 03, 2012 2:45 pm

Legal? Most likely not. According to some experts, the banks are most likely "re-claimed" as "public entity" (i.e: some government owned property) that may not be "trespassed" by the PUBLIC! like that of along HW 160. I'll leave you at that 8)

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Re: 7 mile slough

Postby Andy Giannini » Mon Jun 04, 2012 5:26 am

There is not a public access, launch ramp, parking area, toliet, etc. for the area marked.

It is posted on Twitchell, and Brannan.

For the most part the levee is situated on private property, subject to easement owned by local Reclamation Districts.

And just to explain to Jloo283 here, the levees have not been "re-claimed" as "public entity" that is a misconception. Reclamation in this sense, means to drain the swampland, and fortify or build levees, so that the land could be used. (Primarily for agriculture.) Check the Federal Swampland act of 1850.

The local districts are not new by any means, and have been maintaining and operating the works for over 100 years, depending on which island it is and when it was reclaimed from swampland.

For more reading check Sac Bee Matt Weiser "California creeks, levees may be next battleground for public access" Tried to link it here, but I am having trouble.

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Re: 7 mile slough

Postby Rod Martin » Mon Jun 04, 2012 11:09 am

http://www.sacbee.com/2012/03/25/436408 ... rylink=cpy




Andy Giannini wrote:There is not a public access, launch ramp, parking area, toliet, etc. for the area marked.

It is posted on Twitchell, and Brannan.

For the most part the levee is situated on private property, subject to easement owned by local Reclamation Districts.

And just to explain to Jloo283 here, the levees have not been "re-claimed" as "public entity" that is a misconception. Reclamation in this sense, means to drain the swampland, and fortify or build levees, so that the land could be used. (Primarily for agriculture.) Check the Federal Swampland act of 1850.

The local districts are not new by any means, and have been maintaining and operating the works for over 100 years, depending on which island it is and when it was reclaimed from swampland.

For more reading check Sac Bee Matt Weiser "California creeks, levees may be next battleground for public access" Tried to link it here, but I am having trouble.

A.G.[url][/url]http://www.sacbee.com/2012/03/25/4364085/california-creeks-levees-may-be.html
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Re: 7 mile slough

Postby BASSTUD » Tue Jun 05, 2012 2:49 pm

Iv never been in that area of the delta before but i have actually been curious about that same stretch, can I run up 3mile slough from the main channel...is it accessible? is that area safe to run in 18' ranger??....I know in some areas it can get a lil tricky.
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Re: 7 mile slough

Postby kraetzer » Tue Jun 05, 2012 2:57 pm

Watch out and read this article before you drive around out there http://tacticalbassin.com/beware-offlimits-area-delta/
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Re: 7 mile slough

Postby Andy Giannini » Tue Jun 05, 2012 7:34 pm

No, the section circled in red has two levees built across the slough one down near the State Park near Three mile, and another dam built just past Owl Harbor Coming in the San J. way.

These fixtures are permanent, not like some temporary rock dams you might run into.

A.G.

And P.S. Anglers have been cited for bringing Bass boats into the State Park swim area. Which is coming from Three mile. It is a no motor zone, I asked one time about electric TMs and the Ranger said he would cite me for that as well. In his view it was a motor.
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