7. April 2010 14:03
Both resident and visitors to the “Big Sky” country of Montana will be interested in this state’s latest ruling on the banning of trailcamera use during the hunting season. That’s correct, you didn’t read that first sentence wrong, we did say trailcamera banning. Read below to find out more!
Taken directly from page 10 of Montana’s Hunting Regulation booklet.
“Motion-Tracking Devices and/or Camera Devices
It is illegal for a person to possess or
use in the field any electronic or camera
device who’s purpose is to scout the
location of game animals or relay the
information on a game animal’s location
or movement during any Commission adopted
The Bowhunting.Com staff wants to know how you feel about this latest Montana law and the use of trailcameras as scouting tools. Do you agree or disagree with the new Montana law? Would you support a similar ban in your home state? And, why do you suppose they even made this into a law? We want to know! Please leave your comments below. Thank you!