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Hello all just had a few questions on building a duck blind for the upcoming season. I was wondering if there are any regulations regurding placement on public land and if there is any specific materials that need to be used. Any info would be helpful
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Supposed to be removed at the end of the season. And supposed to have your name on it.
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Good question. I haven't heard much about it because I hunt out of the boat most times or make a temporary blind. I do know you need to have it with your name on it. I also heard (not confirmed) that if it is on public land, anyone can use it first come first serve.
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If its public land, the blind has to be public as well (anybody uses it first come first serve). It has to be temporary (removed at the end of the season). It also can't harm any trees or cause anything permanent in the landscape like with deer stands/blinds. So you can't trim some trees for better angles and you can't cut brush down to build any part of it.
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