Are there any laws on how early you can place a tree stand?

I see alot of tree stands in trees year round, just wondering if this is legal.


There is not a specific IDFG law stating when you can set up a tree stand. However, land managers/owners may have such restrictions. IDFG WMA rules do not allow permanent tree stands.
Idaho Code states:  To construct blinds, pits, platforms, or tree stands where the soil is disturbed, trees are cut or altered, and artificial fasteners, such as wire, rope, or nails are used. All blinds shall be available to the public on a “first-come - first-served” basis. Portable manufactured blinds and tree stands are allowed but may not be left overnight.

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Thursday, September 27, 2012 - 3:35 PM MDT