It is unlawful to harass or pursue wildlife with an OHV.
OHV use is limited to transporting hunters and downed game.
Transport of firearms on an OHV must comply with game regulations as specified by the Ch.2 Big Game Regulations (search OHV). Firearms must be fully unloaded in the chamber and magazine. In addition, they must be fully enclosed in a hard or soft case.
All bows carried on an OHV must be fully enclosed in a hard or soft case.
Hunters with a mobility impairment may obtain a special permit from the Division of Wildlife to shoot from a stationary OHV while hunting. Off-road use is prohibited.
The ethical use of OHVs is extremely important while hunting. Be considerate of hunters not using OHVs. The continued privilege of using an OHV while hunting will be based on responsible use.
Read the Protecting Habitat and Improving Hunting brochure.
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