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Visiting sister

Postby Medic4049 » Wed Sep 11, 2013 10:14 pm

I will be visiting my sister this fall. I am planning on doing some duck hunting and hog hunting while out there, but the FWS website leaves me confused at what I will need. I will be making 3 trips over the hunting season so was just going to buy a out of state yr long license but just cant figure it out.

If some one can just tell me exactly what I need I would appreciate it. I have been waiting for an e-mail reply from FWS for over a week now.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Re: Visiting sister

Postby Oklahoma Greenhead » Thu Sep 12, 2013 8:44 am

You will need an out of state liscense, state duck stamp, and federal duck stamp, along with a hip permit. The hogs arent considered a game species so the rules are there are no rules.
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Visiting sister

Postby okduckdude » Thu Sep 12, 2013 10:51 am

Oklahoma Greenhead wrote:You will need an out of state liscense, state duck stamp, and federal duck stamp, along with a hip permit. The hogs arent considered a game species so the rules are there are no rules.



Your not completely correct in your answer....

If hunting hogs on private land than no license is required, however, if hunting on public land a hunting license IS required ....

(Unless otherwise exempt)
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Re: Visiting sister

Postby The Real Old Guy » Thu Sep 12, 2013 1:10 pm

I suggest you go to: http://www.wildlifedepartment.com and click on "law and regs," then click on "hunting guide."
I think you'll find the answers you need in that section.

Oh, yeah...who is FWS that hasn't replied to you?
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Re: Visiting sister

Postby okdave » Thu Sep 12, 2013 7:31 pm

The Real Old Guy wrote:I suggest you go to: http://www.wildlifedepartment.com and click on "law and regs," then click on "hunting guide."
I think you'll find the answers you need in that section.


That is a crazy idea!!!!

Depends on the time of year. No hunting license is required to pursue
hog, except on public lands (see page 31 for public land information.)
However, individuals pursuing hog during antelope, bear, deer, or elk
firearm seasons must have the appropriate license for that season.

PG 31.
Resident & Nonresident License Requirements:
No hunting license required. All persons
pursuing hogs during youth deer gun, bear
muzzleloader (in open counties), deer muzzleloader,
deer gun, Holiday Antlerless Deer
Gun (in open zones), elk gun (in open counties)
and antelope gun (in open areas) seasons
with a shotgun and rifled slug, or any rifle or
handgun larger than .22 caliber rimfire, must
possess a filled or unfilled license appropriate
for the current season, unless otherwise exempt.

State Land:
Hogs may be taken on Department-managed
lands during any established hunting season
with methods authorized by the Department
for that hunting season, except that during any
open deer and/or turkey season, only appropriate
methods, hunting hours and weapons for
that deer and/or turkey season are authorized
for taking or pursuing feral hogs.
In addition, persons pursuing hogs must
comply with all other WMA regulations (see
page 36). However, hogs may not be taken by
the aid of a light or light enhancement device
(night scope).
Resident & Nonresident License Requirements:
All persons pursuing hogs with a firearm
or archery equipment must possess a hunting
license (see page 4), unless otherwise exempt.
In addition, persons pursuing hogs on WMAs
open during youth deer gun, bear muzzleloader
(in open counties), deer muzzleloader, deer gun,
Holiday Antlerless Deer Gun (in open zones), elk
gun (in open counties) and antelope gun (in open
areas) seasons with a shotgun and rifled slug,
or any rifle or handgun larger than .22 caliber
rimfire, must possess either a filled or unfilled
license appropriate for the current season, unless
otherwise exempt.



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Re: Visiting sister

Postby shoveler_shooter » Thu Sep 12, 2013 8:02 pm

Is the sister hot? If so, post some pictures. We will give you all the help you need. :thumbsup:
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Re: Visiting sister

Postby okduckdude » Thu Sep 12, 2013 9:13 pm

shoveler_shooter wrote:Is the sister hot? If so, post some pictures. We will give you all the help you need. :thumbsup:



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Re: Visiting sister

Postby Duck Whisperer » Fri Sep 13, 2013 12:52 pm

okdave wrote:State Land:
Hogs may be taken on Department-managed
lands during any established hunting season
with methods authorized by the Department
for that hunting season...................


This part has always been "fuzzy" to me. If it is only rabbit season, I'd think I shouldn't/couldn't be out there with a shotgun/ and slugs or with a 30/06, etc, etc? Or if it is only duck season, I CANNOT have anything except shotgun with stell shot T size or less?

And I know/guess I could always say I'm out there pursuing coyotes. My point is the reg is written VERY poorly.
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Re: Visiting sister

Postby Medic4049 » Fri Sep 13, 2013 7:53 pm

lol on pictures. If you can get past her husband then good luck. Ok, do you have to have a special permit to hunt on Creek Nation? If you hunt on private land all you need is the yr license and state stamp (already have federal) and HIP......but if the land is adjoining a state area, do you need the special permits?
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