Originally Posted by shorthairsrus
The cutting of trees, bushes and/or logs after the start of the pretournament meeting and/or
the removal of official local, state or federal barricades at any time to make an area more
accessible by boat is strictly prohibited and may result in disqualification from the
tournament. The use of cables, ropes, chains or any type of block and tackle system tomaneuver a boat into fishing waters is strictly prohibited and will result in disqualification
Contestants may fish anywhere on tournament waters available to the public and accessible
by boat, except areas posted or otherwise designated as “off-limits,” “no boats,” “keep out,”
“restricted,” “no trespassing” or “no fishing” (or similar language or markings intended to
restrict public access) by NWT, local, state or federal officials, or within a contestant’s firstmarked fishing area. A
Is a windswept once water covered road considered a barricade?
The definitions I looked up for barricade indicates they are obstructions built for keeping things out. Since the purpose of the road is transportation, and its been inundated by flood waters, I would say no, it is does not fit the definition of a barricade. So game on.