NVDuckHunter76 wrote:I live on RedHawk. The geese tear up RH every year. If the golfcourse manager gives you permission to take a few out, goodluck. I would just be extremely carefull since since it's littered with houses.
creationchris wrote:just hold out some dorritos and grab em.
creationchris wrote:Anyone know ( with certainty) whether or not you can hunt waterfowl with bow, legally? I did'nt think you can....
fishonzac wrote:Awesome you should just go to Virinia Lake and nail them! I would just use a bow fishing set up so I could drink beer with the bums and reel them in while sitting on the park bench!
znewc14 wrote:I'd check the discharge laws. I'm at school in Idaho and got close to getting snagged for doing the same thing only with squirrels. I found out if you're in city limits(in Idaho) you can't shoot a gun, release an arrow, shoot a BB/pellet gun, blow darts are out, and even sling shots are not allowed up here. But that comes straight from the text, I'm sure it depends on the cop your actually dealing with.
Best way to do it....don't get caught
Albifrons wrote:Federally you can kill migratory birds with a bow. Now, the city slicker regs are the ones that will get you. Pretty sure projectiles are out of the question in congested areas.
tracyhs wrote:creationchris wrote:Anyone know ( with certainty) whether or not you can hunt waterfowl with bow, legally? I did'nt think you can....
You can. It's 100% legal.
Takeem406 wrote:tracyhs wrote:creationchris wrote:Anyone know ( with certainty) whether or not you can hunt waterfowl with bow, legally? I did'nt think you can....
You can. It's 100% legal.
I do it! The funnest goose hunt you'll ever do! Leave the training wheels at home and use a longbow. Unless they care on the ground a compound will be way too hard to use...
Also use sharp sharp sharp broadheads and swing through!
I just wait for Em to leave the golf course though. Less drama...
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Slack Tide wrote:Wow, you guys got it good out there.
I read the initial post and was waiting for the guy to get slammed as a "newby" asking a stupid question.
Here are a copy of the Regs in NY and no WAY could you pull that off even outside of city limits. Guys are given permission to hunt with shotguns on courses though. I will try to find a reg that actually uses the term Bow, but I think you can interpret their regs to mean, no bow.
No person shall take migratory game birds:
(1) with a trap, snare, net, crossbow, rifle, pistol, swivel gun, shotgun larger than 10-gauge, punt gun, battery gun, machine gun, fish hook, poison, drug, explosive, or stupefying substance, except that crows may be taken with a rifle;
(2) with a shotgun of any description capable of holding more than three shells, unless it is plugged with a one-piece filler, incapable of removal without disassembling the gun, so its total capacity does not exceed three shells, except that this prohibition shall not apply to the taking of crows or to the taking of snow geese or Ross' geese
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