It is unlawful to hunt, take, or attempt to take wildlife by use of computer-assisted hunting, radio tracking electronic equipment, blow guns, dart guns, deadfalls, drugs, poisons, chemicals, explosives, or any device designed to take wildlife by the activation of a trip wire, electronic actions of a switch or other means that do not require the attendance of an individual to activate the device.
- Rodenticides or traps may be used to control mice and rats.
- In compliance with Codes 09.15,17.01,26.21 and Addendum F1.07.
- Use of radio tracking electronic equipment permitted for the purpose of retrieving hunting dogs.
- Live-cage traps that use a trap door, slide gate, or similar mechanism and are capable of capturing large, non-target wildlife (Examples: deer, elk, bear, turkeys, etc.) larger than 25,000 cubic inches in size may be used for the capture of nuisance animals so long as the trap design has a minimum of 75% of the roof open to allow escape of non-target wildlife. These traps must be checked at least once every 24 hours. Smaller live-cage traps may be used in accordance with Code Chapter 17.00.
PENALTY: Class 3