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GENERAL HUNTING REGULATIONS
Spotlighting Wildlife: It is unlawful to 1) spotlight wildlife while in possession of a firearm, except by individuals who have a License to Carry
Firearms permit, and only with firearms authorized by the permit (most
sporting arms are not authorized), bow and arrow, or other device capable
of killing wildlife; 2) spotlight wildlife during the regular firearms statewide antlered and antlerless deer seasons, including those days separating
the seasons and including any late extended firearms deer seasons in the
Special Regulations Area counties; and 3) cast an artificial light upon
any building, farm animal or photoelectric cell. Recreational spotlighting
is lawful between sunrise and 11 p.m., except as previously noted. Spotlighting includes handheld lights, accessory spotlights on vehicles and
vehicle headlights when intentionally used to locate or view wildlife. A
person hunting raccoons, skunks, opossums, bobcats, weasels, foxes and
coyotes on foot may use a handheld light, including a gun-mounted light.
Furbearer hunters still may not use a flashlight or spotlight that projects
a laser light beam.
Cultivated Lands: It is unlawful to 1) hunt in unharvested buckwheat,
corn, sorghum or soybean fields without permission from the owner or
caretaker; 2) operate a motor vehicle on any cleared field or private
property without the landowner's permission; 3) block lanes to cultivated
fields, mail boxes or private property; 4) leave gates open; 5) damage real
or personal property; 6) break down or damage fences, or 7) harass, injure
or kill livestock.
Baiting: Except in the southeast Special Regulations Areas, it is unlawful
to hunt in or around any area where artificial or natural bait, food, hay,
grain, fruit, nuts, salt, chemicals or minerals, including their residues, are
used, or have been used within the past 30 days, as an enticement to lure
game or wildlife regardless of the type or quantity. Hunters are responsible
for ensuring that the hunting area has not been baited before they begin
hunting. They should physically inspect the area and question landowners,
guides and caretakers. This section does not pertain to hunting near areas
where accepted farming or habitat management practices are taking place
(example: hunting near food plots on game lands is legal). Any natural
or manmade nonliving bait can be used to attract coyotes for hunting or
trapping. Bait cannot be visible from the air when trapping.
Decoys: Decoys simulating food are considered artificial bait and are illegal. Examples: artificial corn to attract turkeys or waterfowl. Any decoy,
including electronic decoys, with the exception of living decoys, used in
the trapping or hunting of furbearers is permitted.
Lures & Scents: Except in CWD DMAs, estrous scents and lures, or
other non-food source cover scents are legal for deer. Scents and lures
that contain any form of natural or artificial food stuff, including, but
not limited to, corn, apple and acorns are not legal. Use of drip devices
is legal, with legal scents and lures, as long as they don't violate the
prohibition against electronic devices. The use of scents or lures while
hunting bears is prohibited.
Littering: It is unlawful while hunting or trapping to leave or deposit
any garbage, bottles, cartons, containers, glass, paper or debris, except in
a receptacle for that purpose.
Recovering Dead or Injured Wildlife: It is unlawful for a hunter to refuse
or neglect to make a reasonable effort to retrieve any killed or injured
game or wildlife. Hunters attempting to recover wildlife are not permitted
to enter private property without permission. A hunting license does not
give you the right to trespass on private property. In fact, a wildlife conservation officer can issue a citation for trespassing on private property
to hunters in violation of the Game & Wildlife Code or regulations.
Sunday Hunting: It is unlawful to hunt wildlife, except foxes, crows
and coyotes, on Sundays.
Drugs & Alcohol: It is unlawful to hunt wildlife while under the influence of controlled substances or alcohol.
Injury Reports: If you are involved in an incident resulting in injury
by a firearm or bow and arrow, either as a victim or the person causing
injury (including self-inflicted), you must report the incident to the Game
Commission within 72 hours. Obtain the proper forms from a PGC officer,
complete in duplicate and return them to the officer, or mail to the PGC
Harrisburg Headquarters. It is unlawful not to submit this report, or to flee,
fail or refuse to render immediate and full assistance to an injured person.
Mistake Kill: Any person who kills any wildlife while hunting or trapping
by accident or mistake shall immediately field-dress any edible game and
deliver the carcass to a Game Commission officer in the county where it
was killed. Big game killed by accident or mistake must be tagged with

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the appropriate big game tag that is attached to the license before moving
the carcass from the kill location. Use the tag you would have used for
the animal you are legally licensed to take. Examples: An antlerless deer
killed in mistake for an antlered deer must be tagged with the antlered
deer tag; an antlered deer killed in mistake for an antlerless deer must be
tagged with an antlerless deer tag; a hen turkey killed by mistake during the
spring gobbler season must be tagged with a spring gobbler tag. Antlered
deer that do not meet the minimum points requirements killed by mistake
must be tagged with an antlered deer tag. (See the deer section for more
details on how to handle a mistake deer kill.) If you have previously used
a tag for a prior legal kill and need that tag for a mistake kill, use the tag
you have remaining that entitled you to hunt legally.
Additional Regulations & Restrictions: Many landowners (federal, state
and local governments) open areas to hunting and trapping, but apply
more restrictive regulations. An example is the Erie National Wildlife
Refuge in Crawford County, where the use or possession of toxic shot is
prohibited for shotgun hunting for all species, except turkeys and deer.
Sportsmen are responsible for knowing rules and regulations on lands
they intend to hunt or trap.

STATE GAME LANDS SHOOTING RANGE REGULATIONS
1) Rifle and handgun ranges are open from 8 a.m. until sunset Monday
through Saturday, and from noon to sunset Sundays, unless otherwise posted. (Exception: The Sunday immediately preceding the regular antlered
and antlerless deer season and bear season the hours are 8 a.m. to sunset.
2) A range may be reserved for exclusive use by an organized group from
January 1 through October 1. Arrangements must be made with the appropriate PGC region office at least 20 days in advance. An individual
may not use the range when it has been reserved.
3) An individual or organized group using a range is responsible for keeping
the area clean and free of debris and may not discard, deposit or leave litter,
except in refuse containers. Users shall remove targets from backboards.
4) The Game Commission is not responsible for anyone injured on a
range. An individual using a Game Commission range does so at his or her
own risk and assumes all responsibility for injuries to a person or property.
5) When more than one person is using a range, a range officer shall be
designated.
6) Individuals under the age of 16 may not use a range unless accompanied
by a person 18 years of age or older.
7) A PGC region director may close a range by the posting of signs.
Prohibited Acts: At rifle and handgun ranges located on land under Game
Commission ownership, except when authorized:
1) Possess a loaded firearm, except at an established shooting station on
the firing line.
2) Discharge a firearm, except from an established shooting station on the
firing line at a paper target placed on a permanent backboard.
3) Discharge armor-piercing, incendiary, explosive, tracer or multipleprojectile ammunition.
4) Be intoxicated, use or possess alcohol or a controlled substance.
5) Possess an automatic firearm.
6) Possess, load or discharge a firearm that contains more than three
rounds of single-projectile ammunition, except at a PGC facility specifically designated as a handgun range an individual is permitted to load
and discharge a handgun containing a maximum of six rounds of singleprojectile ammunition at any one time.
7) Shoot clay birds anywhere except areas designated by the PGC Executive Director by signs stating that clay bird shooting is permitted.

STATE GAME LANDS SHOOTING RANGE PERMITS
Permits are now required for individuals who do not possess a
valid Pennsylvania hunting or furtaking license to use Game
Lands shooting ranges, including designated clay bird shooting
areas. Range permits will be issued to persons 16 years of age or
older. A permitted person is allowed one guest. Permits must be
in possession, but do not have to be displayed. Permits are $30
and must be purchased by credit card through The Outdoor Shop
on the Game Commission website, or at PGC region offices and
Harrisburg headquarters. Permits are effective from July 1, 2014
through June 30, 2015.

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