Questions & Answers: bowhunting
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A: We do not restrict firearms in our archery only seasons. Please contact the relative National Forest in regards to the postings you describe.
A: You do not need a hunting license to accompany your friends while video-documenting their hunt. We hope you enjoy your experience.
A: University of Idaho's archery course does not meet Fish and Game's curriculum requirements - it’s more about shooting techniques. Fish and Game's course is geared for archery hunting and includes hunter ethics, shot placement and recovery techniques, safety, distance judging, outdoor suvival and ...
Q: I know that it is illegal to have any type of electronic device on your bow, does that mean mounting a camera to your bow to video a hunt is illegal?
A: To Whom It May Concern: As the rule is written it is unlawful to archery hunt: With any electronic or tritium-powered device attached to, or incorporated into, an arrow, bolt, crossbow, or bow (except nonmagnifying scopes containing battery powered or tritium lighted reticles may be used by ...