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I have a friend who is thinking about taking the hunter safety course. Am I allowed to bring him along on a bow hunt with me if he does not participate?

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Yes. As long as he doesn't have any weapons on him during the hunt.

 

What if he had a knife..., or a baseball bat..., or a broken beer bottle? :rolleyes:

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Cool I'm gunna bring him out opening weekend and put him in a climber in the tree next to mine

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The rule is that he/she cannot participate in any way to help or assist in the hunt.  They can't use a grunt call, conduct a drive, etc.  Of course that would be nearly impossible for them to prove if one doesn't run their mouth.  The weapon in hand is the only obvious give away.


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No you must quarter the deer up and carry it out along with both climbers! lol

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