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Vermont Public Hunting Lands

Vermont Hunting Lands:

Vermont is a small state and the total area that is open for hunting in public hunting lands is 163,000 acres. This is almost 2.9% of the whole area of this state. Native and nonresident hunters can hunt Deer, Bear, Bobcat, Grouse, Moose, Woodcock, and many other big and small game aniamls on this land. The temperature of this northeastern state is moderate in the early fall to wintery which makes it a great place for the people who want to go out in the fields and can hunt their desired animals. Public lands of this state are managed by Vermont Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. There are special rules and regulations for every hunting land on this state which must be followed by every hunter and disobeying them lead to the license cancellation of hunters.

Vermont State Public Land Hunting:

Vermont is a great place to hunt game which include Deer, Bear, Moose, Wild Turkey, Upland Migratory Birds, and Other Species. More than 70% people of this state have a hunting license and visit the hunting lands every year during different hunting seasons to hunt big and small games. There is a huge difference between the amount of hunting license for the native hunters and for the nonresidents. Those who want to become a resident of this state must spend consecutive 3 months in this state. Poisons, chemicals, and tranquilizing drugs are prohibited on hunting lands. Moreover, motor vehicles are not allowed inside the hunting land however hunting can be done on bike.

Best Hunting Lands in Vermont:

Vermont is a beautiful state and has the best hunting lands in different regions where hunters can hunt their desired animals and this attracts hunters a lot. Hunters can use dogs to hunt animals on this state but not for Muskrat, Turkey, Mink, Deer River Otter, and Beaver. Additionally, hunters must wear their orange while hunting so that they can be identified. Also, hunters can bring their pets on hunting lands but they must be leashed and hunters should possess their current vaccination slips. Additionally, there are designated areas on hunting lands where the physically challenged hunters can hunt their desired animals. Lastly, motor vehicles are not allowed inside the hunting land until unless you are physically disabled and the engine of motor vehicle must be switched off while hunting.