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Can I use electronic calls and electronic decoys to hunt game species during open seasons?

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It is illegal to hunt waterfowl, wild turkeys or deer with electronic or battery powered decoys. It is illegal to use electronic or battery powered calls for waterfowl, wild turkey or deer. Restrictions do not currently exist for other game species.

Posted on Jan 17, 2013

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