TheMiniParticipantNovember 5, 2018 at 9:21 amPost count: 32
This may seem like a silly question, but can a person setup a blind/tree stand for the purpose of photographing deer during the hunting season or out of season, without a hunting license? Below is the verbiage from the Iowa Hunting Regs, and it appears a person would need to have a hunting license to photograph deer? I would appreciate any in-sight on this topic. Thanks
Iowa residents 16 years and older, and nonresidents regardless of age, are required to have a valid Hunting License on their person, and have paid all applicable fees and possess all required stamps while hunting game or participating in the hunt. See p. 4. Participation in a hunt includes, but is not limited to: handling firearms or ammunition during the hunt; trying to attract game, driving, flushing, or locating game; and working dogs.
“Hunting” means any pursuing, hunting, killing, trapping, snaring, netting, searching for or shooting at, stalking or lying in wait for any game, animal, bird or fish protected by the state laws or rules adopted by the commission whether or not such animal is captured, killed or injured.
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