Certain restrictions designate legal deer hunting land. Public property which is not designated as a game preserve, agricultural, or suburban is deer hunting land. Farmers have the right to limit access to their land during the deer hunting season. Hunters must ask for permission to legally hunt on farm land, even if other hunters are using the property. Hunters may not enter the field marked with a yellow or red dot, even when tracking a wounded deer.
Many outfitters and hunt clubs purchase land and hire it out to hunters. A hunter is never permitted to enter private property, even if they are just walking to their deer hunting land or camp.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|