They are really putting a stop to everything up at wildcat mountain. I have always gone up there without any issue. I got a nice citation for shooting at a hiking trail which I was not aware of. No signs of anything, no signs of even a hiking trail or no shooting. I thought it was an ideal place to shoot since there was a pretty good back stop and behind the back stop was a cliff. 10 rounds later a US forest service guy come at us heated like we had a clue what we were doing. Once he found out we had no clue there was a trail and we picked up our targets he simmered down. Hoping we would get a warning and a get the F out of here, we got a nice fine. So for heads up, if anybody goes shooting at wild cat, once you hit one way road, dont take your first right going up the road. According to the US forest service guy, we can shoot anywhere north. I am debating fighting the citation mainly because there wasn't any form of warnings or signs of hikers.