View Full Version : does ANYBODY wheel in south louisiana?
07-27-2010, 09:55 AM
does any body wheel in south louisiana. i thought more people would reply to these post. but it starten to seem like no one wheels in south louisiana.
08-04-2010, 10:08 PM
i do man, i live in river ridge (around metarie or harahan) and i actually went today with my friend. we went to the bonnet carre spillway and hit a few small mudholes and trails. it was fun, i drive an 04 yukon xl with a g80 locker and 285/70/17 maxxis buckshot XMT mudders. its rediculous how many lifted badass looking 4x4 trucks are around here but a small percent of them actually go offroading.
08-04-2010, 10:15 PM
oh, and if you do decide to go to the spillway. i would bring a fishing pole, bike, or some other type of oudoor activity type thing, because if you make alot of noise and cause a scene ect. people might find it funny and a friend of mine actually said the police will fine you if your strictly wheeling (in a truck) but its perfectly legal to fish, drive atv's, crawfish, even duck hunt there. so if you go, id have an excuse if i were you. it never happened to me, ive actually talked to a cop while i was stuck in a mud hole, (with my fishing excuse of coarse) and all he did was tell me where a good fishing spots were.. LOL, but some cops are different then others. most are nice guys but some are strict about stuff like that so be prepared.
08-20-2010, 11:33 PM
don't you guys some big mud fest in louisiana. i've watched a bunch of videos of it on youtube, it looks one hell of a good party
08-21-2010, 10:49 AM
I love to go too, but its hard to find places to go. and i dont really want to hafta travel anywhere to go wheeling. I live in Baton Rouge and Hammond, and wouldnt mind driving 20 minutes or so to wheel a lil bit, i just wouldnt know where to go
08-21-2010, 12:19 PM
dude, all the northshore is, is woods. there's pleanty of powerlines.. take a friend and go hit sone powerlines.. you shouldn't have too much trouble finding a powerlines.. lol
08-21-2010, 12:39 PM
Ya, the main problem is im from Baton Rouge, but i just started southeastern, so im living in hammond during the week. Now i wouldnt mind driving over to the northshore or somethin from hammond, but most of my friends live in br, and i have the biggest truck out of all my friends in hammond so far, so we'd be f-ed if i got stuck since itd be the first time in that area, and i wouldnt know how deep anything is or anything. Ya see
08-21-2010, 11:30 PM
Hammond is considered the "northshore" and I know what you mean with big trucks.. I drive a faking bus on mud tires lol.. best advice is don't go in over your head and have a friend that has a good chance of pulling you out..
08-22-2010, 10:26 AM
See right now i dont have a friend in hammond capable of pulling me out... I have plenty in BR, but not really any here
08-25-2010, 09:55 PM
I'm in baton rouge so if anyone does end up going wheeling I'm down. Oh BTW laduckhunter I have gotten a citation in the spillway before. They claim that your tearing up the road ways... even after a heavy rain its hard to see what's the road and what's the swamp ha. But that was almost 4 years ago. Ever since I havent had a problem.
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