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11-12-2020 07:17 AM
gfdeputy2 Agree only thing here in NH we can night hunt is Yotes & only from Jan. to March
11-09-2020 06:28 PM
bigtee
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Originally Posted by K.I.D.D. View Post
ok well it was just an idea....soo where do u find all the hunting laws i tried googeling it and not much comes up
if you want to hunt at night i would just hunt hogs. I don't think there is a state in USA that allows hunting deer at night. I know if you're a farmer and meet certain stipulations you may be able to hunt deer at night as a means of controlling your crop but I can't say that with 100% certainty. It's just something I've heard from local farmers before, as I know deer can be a huge pain around these parts. Our local farmers have started planting a row of soybeans on the outside of the field as a sacrificial means to prevent the deer from eating their cash crop.

There are plenty of good hog hunting lights out there you can use. I use the bow mounted light from outrigger outdoors and it works very well for me.
05-26-2018 12:11 AM
marcel909 we have recently had a few foxes take up residence on our farm, and I am gearing up to eliminate this threat to my poultry( I raise chickens and ducks)... I have a maglite XL50, which is super bright , and was curious if that particular light is generally considered to be enough for night hunting.
04-22-2018 01:09 AM
marcel909 coyote hunting tips.
In mi. they are packing this time of year, still hunt in blind with predator call or use decoys, cabelas has a lot of predator stuff, if your close to it in dundee, and remember they are packing so many eye's out there. they are everywhere, so anyplace you hunt will be good, they travel many miles for food at night.
01-31-2018 01:14 PM
BobTR
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Hello! I recently bought a night vision goggles ATN NVG7-2 (https://www.atncorp.com/night-vision-goggles).This device is relatively inexpensive and has decent features.Thanks to the infrared emitter you can hunt in total darkness. I will be happy if my information is of any use to anyone.
I'm sorry. I specified the wrong link, here is the correct link: https://www.atncorp.com/night-vision-goggles
01-29-2018 04:48 AM
BobTR Hello! I recently bought a night vision goggles ATN NVG7-2 (https://www.atncorp.com/night-vision-goggles).This device is relatively inexpensive and has decent features.Thanks to the infrared emitter you can hunt in total darkness. I will be happy if my information is of any use to anyone.
11-04-2017 12:15 PM
Prouddixiewife89
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Originally Posted by deernuts View Post
better check your regs critter, I've never heard of shining being legal anywhere. Just cause somebody said it was ok doesn't mean it's legal. you wouldn't want to find out the hard way...
It is not legal in any state. It is calling harassing the wildlife and you can be fined and jailed if caught repeating the act. I personally do not think that it is considered hunting when you use the darkness to kill a deer. It is much more gratifying to kill one during a legal daytime hunt where you actually have to work at harvesting a animal. Without the challenge of the hunt it is just called killing and anyone can do that. That is the last thing any parent or adult should want to teach a young person who is wanting to learn about the outdoors. My husband and I have raised our daughter to respect the outdoors and the wildlife. She harvested her first deer at the age of 7 and she stills at the age of 23 practices those same values that we taught her.
11-18-2007 08:02 PM
BigNate3375 your local sporting good store should have a hunting regs book
10-31-2007 10:42 PM
lopedog394
va

i hunt va it is illegal to use a spotlight to shine fields yet alone shine deer from your stand dont get caught if you do this it is probably a nice heafty fine and if you do shame on ya any outlaw deserves what he gets
10-31-2007 06:51 AM
BruceBruce1959
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Originally Posted by K.I.D.D. View Post
ok well it was just an idea....soo where do u find all the hunting laws i tried googeling it and not much comes up
Every State requires a Hunter Education course before a hunting license can be obtained.
Every Student must pass the Course requirements in order to get a Hunting license.
During the course every student is issued a book which covers the rules and regulations of That State...

Good Luck to all Students...
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