Quick Mends: Say goodbye to the Adventure Pass

Could this sign soon include "national recreation area"? (Courtesy Forest Camping)

Darn, you must be saying to yourself, I loved paying $30 a year for the right to park my car on public lands to go fishing. Well, according to this article in the Los Angeles Times, the unpopular fee is about to join such other relics of the past as the Edsel, 8-track tape players and  the same newspaper’s Food section (Today was its last issue …).

In other words, California fly fishing just got a little bit less expensive!

See you on the river, Jim Burns

One thought on “Quick Mends: Say goodbye to the Adventure Pass”

  1. Hello Jim,

    We are included in states with this fee. Just as the article said though much of it was scaled back but not all. Many recreation sites, especially at popular whitewater landings still maintain the fee for up keep, restrooms, trash removal and such. I have not heard of this, so thanks for the up date.


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