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Noise from an OHV may chase deer and elk away from other hunters. If you are using an OHV for hunting, follow these guidelines.

  • Know the regulations regarding vehicle use for the area where you are hunting.
  • Use your OHV to get close to your hunting area before shooting hours and then hunt on foot.
  • Retrieve harvested big game between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
  • Maintain your OHV to reduce noise and exhaust emissions.
  • Limit OHV use in and around campgrounds.
  • Remember that it is illegal to:
    • Harass, drive, or pursue game with a vehicle.
    • Hunt, fish, or trap on private land that is cultivated or posted unless you have the landowner’s permission.
    • Hunt from any motorized vehicle unless you are handicapped and have a valid Motor Vehicle Hunting Permit.
Hunting with an ATV