if land is posted but theres no name, date, or phone number is it legally posted, or would you have the right to hunt it without permission and not be worried about getting into trouble for trespassing?
He ain't a kiddin either! Damn near got run over by a crazed farmer!GKBassplayer said:Dont risk it not worth it and thats from experience....
It is illegal to drive motor-driven vehicles off established roads and trails unless hunting waterfowl or cranes. Except for persons having a special disability permit, no person may use a motor-driven vehicle while in the process of hunting small game (except waterfowl or cranes) or aid another in the process of hunting small game (except waterfowl or cranes) including travel to and from a hunting location unless the motor-driven vehicle is on an established road or trail. Exception: A landowner or a lessee who actively farms or ranches the land, or a person having written permission from the landowner or lessee, may use a motor-driven vehicle off of an established road or trail to hunt small game except during the deer gun season.
The law was changed the last session.You can drive onto a farmers land with WRITTEN PERMISSION for any hunting except deer hunting.JBB said:It is illegal to drive motor-driven vehicles off established roads and trails UNLESS hunting waterfowl or cranes. From the ND GNF site.
Their phone number is 701-328-6300, call them. When I hear SOMEBODY BODY I get nervous. The best way to know for sure is to ask the people who would arrest you or write the ticket. The GNF office in Bismarck does not mind if you call and ask an honest question. They want to keep us from doing something dumb as much as we do ourselves. [/b][/i][/u]