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Thread: Any Forest road allowed for hunting?

  1. #21
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    Re: Any Forest road allowed for hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by IslandWanderer View Post
    I believe the 400 metre thing is for numbered highways.
    It is only for SOME numbered highways. Some are the 15m from edge of road. Read the regs people, the answers are there...
    If we’re not supposed to eat animals, how come they’re made out of meat?

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    Re: Any Forest road allowed for hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redthies View Post
    It is only for SOME numbered highways. Some are the 15m from edge of road. Read the regs people, the answers are there...
    Depending on if it is 2 lanes or 3+ lanes, it may even be 15m from the centerline.

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    Re: Any Forest road allowed for hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by TimberPig View Post
    Depending on if it is 2 lanes or 3+ lanes, it may even be 15m from the centerline.
    Exactly. There is a list of the 400m highways in the regs, and descriptions of what is legal on other types of roads. Some have variations based on single projectile or shot too.
    If we’re not supposed to eat animals, how come they’re made out of meat?

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    Re: Any Forest road allowed for hunting?

    Read the regulations. It is all there.

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    Re: Any Forest road allowed for hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Boundary Bush Rat View Post
    Read the regulations. It is all there.
    Thanks tips, nobody here had thought of that until you mentioned it.
    When in doubt, just pin it.

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    Re: Any Forest road allowed for hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by MRP View Post
    No posted signs or fences. Go hunting.

    PS where you at or what are you close to. Be nice if guys on here would at least give a MU# of where they are. When someone asks about Trout Creek or Summit Lake or River Road. Theres is about a hundred of them in the province at least you know roughly where they're talking about.
    cultivated land is one of the defining factors in determining private land. If it’s a hay field without a fence or signs it’s still considered as being posted. Signs at regular access points, a ditch, hedge, or fence, couple more I can’t think of off the top of my head.

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    Re: Any Forest road allowed for hunting?

    No posted signs or fences you need to ensure your still not on private land. Onus is ultimately on the hunter to know where he’s hunting.

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    Re: Any Forest road allowed for hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dougielightning View Post
    No posted signs or fences you need to ensure your still not on private land. Onus is ultimately on the hunter to know where he’s hunting.
    what he said

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    Re: Any Forest road allowed for hunting?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dougielightning View Post
    No posted signs or fences you need to ensure your still not on private land. Onus is ultimately on the hunter to know where he’s hunting.
    Yeah i agree, thats why i was using the map layer on iMAP BC to figure out the crown. Was just surprised to see people shooting grouse with a .22 literally on the forest road.

    None the less, illl just continue to play it safe and stay within the crown borders.

    Thanks all for your replies.

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    Re: Any Forest road allowed for hunting?

    Nothing wrong with shooting from a FSR that is not publically maintained.
    " We must strive to touch the land gently and care for it as true stewards, that those who follow us and assess our record may see that our mark on the land was one of respect and love, not cruelty and disdain."

    Robert B. Oetting

    Proud BC Resident Hunter

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