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    Default Change in regulations

    Looks like they amended 50-11-710 and updated the hog, coyote and armadillo regulations in 50-11-715. As I read it, it allows year around night hunting as long as you register the property annually with the DNR. It also drops some restrictions on weapons.

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    yep and 10 ft off ground rule
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    That's real interesting. It is still in place for deer hunting. They will probably put it back in next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headdigger View Post
    Looks like they amended 50-11-710 and updated the hog, coyote and armadillo regulations in 50-11-715. As I read it, it allows year around night hunting as long as you register the property annually with the DNR. It also drops some restrictions on weapons.
    Does it have to be your land or can you register leased hunting land?
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    Leased land can be added.

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