Are there any exceptions to the Motorized Hunting Rule?

Answer: 

Yes.  A big game hunter may use motorized vehicles only on established roadways that are open to motorized traffic and capable of being traveled by full-sized automobiles, unless the hunter falls under one of following exceptions:
Holders of a valid disabled person’s motor vehicle hunting permit may use a motorized vehicle as allowed by the land owner or manager.
Hunters may use a motorized vehicle to retrieve downed game if such travel is allowed by the land owner or manager.
Hunters may use a motorized vehicle to pack camping equipment in or out if such travel is allowed by the land owner or manager, but hunters may not hunt while packing camping equipment.
Private landowners on their private land, their authorized agents and persons with written landowner permission are exempt from the motorized hunting rule restrictions.

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Thursday, July 11, 2013 - 2:09 PM MDT