Hunter orange requirement:
It is unlawful to hunt deer or to accompany another person hunting deer on public lands unless each person is wearing a minimum of 500 square inches of daylight fluorescent orange material as an outer garment. Such clothing must be worn above the waistline and can include a head covering. This rule does not apply during archery season.
Legal Shooting hours:
- Resident game birds and game mammals may be hunted between one-half hour before sunrise and one-half hour after sunset. However, shooting hours during spring turkey season are one-half hour before sunrise to sunset on private lands. On wildlife management areas, shooting hours during spring turkey season are one-half hour before sunrise to 1 p.m.
- Migratory game birds may be hunted between one-half hour before sunrise and sunset; however, during the first phase of dove season, shooting hours are noon to sunset.
Taking game on lands or waters upon which corn, wheat, grain, salt, food or other substances have been deposited by means other than normal agricultural harvesting or planting is prohibited, except as noted below.
- Resident game (except turkeys) and wild hogs may be hunted over year-round game-feeding stations on private lands, provided the feeding station has been maintained with feed for at least six months prior to taking resident game.
- Wild turkeys may not be taken over feed or if the hunter is less than 100 yards from a game-feeding station when feed is present.
- The intentional placement of feed in a manner that is likely to create or creates a public nuisance by attracting black bears, foxes or raccoons is prohibited.
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