View Full Version : FIRST COME FIST SERVED QUESTION
E A Hunt
07-17-2001, 09:11 PM
Lets say I show up at Sutter early Friday morning and I'm say third in line.
Late friday my two buddy's show up. Is it against the rules( A written rule) for them to hop in my truck to get a number ?
07-17-2001, 10:47 PM
Yes, only the people in the car when it pulls in line can get a number in that car. ###It is patrolled pretty well by the folks in line. ###If you try and push it, DFG will send you to the back of the line with no appeal.
E A Hunt
07-18-2001, 05:25 AM
Is this an "unwritten rule". If it's written where can one find it ?
07-18-2001, 10:32 AM
I've never hunted Sutter, but at Grizzly and Mendota this kind of thing is pretty much standard practice. ###If it's a written rule, it's pretty generally ignored. ###
Of course, now you go trying to roll a pickup truck into the sweat line ahead of other hunters, and there's likely to be a shootout...especially if I'm behind you. ###;-)
Yeah, Mendota can be pretty bad for this kind of stuff. Often a guy will leave a large gap in front of his car so his buddy can pull in front of him late at night when most people are asleep. Because Mendota rarely fills there isn't a big fuss made over this practice. At a place like Sutter, where there is a very small quota with a high demand, any attempt to cut in line would be met with violence.
07-18-2001, 11:57 AM
@$%@$^$ where is that ice pick that I have that works so well on tires??????
E A Hunt
07-18-2001, 06:47 PM
So the question goes un-answered ?
I've done it at Griz many times. I was just pondering as to if it was a written rule or one ###of those morel ethical kinda rules.
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