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Utah group asks court to rule on stream access law


Utah group asks court to rule on stream access law By christopher smart The Salt Lake Tribune Published Sep 7, 2011 03:29PM MDT If a river runs through it, you ought to be able to cast a line, says the Utah Stream Access Coalition. But a Utah law passed in 2010 effectively keeps boaters and anglers from public streams and rivers bordered by private property. Streambeds of such waterways are off ...


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By Christopher Smart The Salt Lake Tribune Published September 7, 2011 3:29 pm Recreation • Coalition says law barring boaters, anglers from public waterways on private land is unconstitutional. Share This Article #disclaimer { font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; background-color: #F3EAD8; padding: 4px; border: 1px solid #666; } This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2011, and information in the article may be outdatedIt is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted. If a river runs through it, you ought to be able to cast a line, says the Utah Stream Access Coalition. But a Utah law passed in 2010 effectively keeps boaters and anglers from public streams and rivers bordered by private propertyStreambeds of such waterways are off limits under the law, even if people enter from public access points. .ad{ margin-bottom:15px; } var adwidth = '0' var adwidth = window.innerWidth || document.body.clientWidth if(adwidth > 767) {

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