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Approved On: April 25, 2019
Effective On: April 25, 2019

It is unlawful to hunt crow, rabbit or squirrel by use of:

  1. Rifled slugs or shot larger than No. T shot;
  2. Rifles or pistols larger than .22 caliber rimfire;
  3. Muzzleloading firearms larger than .40 caliber; or
  4. Traps.

EXCEPTIONS:

  1. Rabbit and squirrel may be taken with muzzleloading firearms larger than .40 caliber during open muzzleloader bear and deer seasons.
  2. Crow may be taken during open coyote and gun deer seasons with firearms legal for those seasons (Code 05.01 and Addendum A1.07).
  3. Rabbits may be taken during open rabbit season with box traps having interior dimensions not larger than 8 inches in width and 10 inches in height, and no more than 8traps per individual.

PENALTY: Class 1

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