Heads Up. Make sure you have a parking permit if you go to IR. Sunday I saw about 25 out of 30 cars with $86 parking tickets on the windshield. I got lucky because I talked to the Ranger and got out of it. It was kinda fu<ked up because there was no place to buy a pass that day, so if you got a ticket, I would take it to court. Anyway, just wanted to give everybody a heads up.
I pulled in about 5 mins before the rangers got there. We saw them walking up to all the cars but we left before then came over to us. There was a state cop there two the other parking lot. Sucks for everyone who got a ticket.
Will there ever be a day when you are allowed to drive on the 4 wheel drive beaches to surf? Why must you be fishing? Yet people who "claim" to be fishing leave trash up and down the beach. I know some are respectful, but many are not. I just don't understand why surfers are not allowed to drive on also. Is there a way to get this changed?
This is not the first time I've heard of this. Several occasions last year I saw this happen, and it makes you wonder if they do it on purpose (damn right they do) Just one more way to screw the little guy..........
Just another reason DE sucks. I was yelled at and called back one time at the toll road booth for paying with change which happened to have a canadian nickel in it. The woman threatened me for passing counterfeit money, NO joke!
So now I never spend money on food or gas in DE. Act like an ass, lose revenue.
Last edited by ECkneelo; Mar 25, 2009 at 02:03 AM.
I wish it was as simple as throwing rods in the truck. we've had rods in the water,(no hooks, just weights), and been told you have to be within 30 feet of you r rods. There was no other people on the beach, all the tourists were gone. The rangers just don't seem to like surfers much. So, we don't even bother driving on anymore, it's not worth the harrassment from the rangers. Nothing ever seems to be said to the groups of people that are drinking and pitching horseshoes well over 30 ft from there rods.