I was just reading the regulations and understand that using any electronic device attached to your rifle or bow is illegal and this also includes the lumenocks for your arrow. I also was wondering now that it is getting more and more popular to video your hunts and with many trying to do this on their own, if it was illegal to attach a video camera to your rifle or bow to video your own hunt as it is an electronic device.
Are rifles with battery powered red or green dot scopes allowed for hunting?
Before sun-up opening morning of the 2009 rifle elk season it was 15 degrees in Unit 4. My son and daughter in law, Jordan and Courtney, and I hiked 45 minutes to a clearing that we'd seen elk before. While I waited there for shooting light, Jordan & Courtney decided to backtrack a little bit and head down a well-used game trail & sit overlooking a smaller clearing near the bottom of the drainage. A few minutes went by and the magic time had arrived. All of a sudden a shot from above on the ridge road rung out and the whole mountain side came alive. A herd of elk came crashing down toward me. As I waited to see what or where they came out, I caught glimpses of several cows and a spike bull weaving through the trees on the far hillside, heading just below where I was positioned. It didn't take long until those same elk single filed right below me at about 125 yards. As I waited for the spike bull to show itself, I suddenly saw a 6X5 instead. Understandably I didn't have time to even ask to myself where he'd come from before I pulled the trigger and down he went. What an awesome hunt. With the help of my kids we had him skinned out, quartered and packed out back to camp by early afternoon! - Troy Hess
I was not able to attend and would like to know what was discussed. Specifically Idaho Falls Meeting,but others throughout the State as well.