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Hey Guys, I just moved back to CT this spring. I haven't been here in a VERY long time and I'm looking for some mud. I'm in Madison and would love to know of any local trails. I got a stock height 150 with some mud tires, I have had a lot of trouble getting it stuck down in philly where I was and was hoping that CT could offer a challenge. Thanks all!
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HEY RICH! josiah should be able to help you out, he has done some wheeling around here. i know of some mud, but unless you have a winch and at least 6" and 35"s you shouldnt attempt it. lane pond in guilford/northford. it dries up in the summer and is all mud. a stock or mild truck could have fun around the edges, just dont try to cross it. also its only fair to tell you that a lot of people get busted and heavy fines for going in the pond.
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Hey Rich! I will tell you that there are a few decent places to have some fun, but for the most part, there isn't a ton of mud really. And, like Aaron said, there are a decent number of guys that hawk the areas that are known for wheeling and crack down pretty quick. This is not the state for this kind of stuff, haha. Not to say you can't get some wheeling in though. There are a couple off road parks "nearby" that I have been wanting to go to.
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