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The guide says a treestand for the use of hunting big game can be left OVERNIGHT only on crown land.
It can be set up 14days prior and taken down 14days after the season.

I understand this to mean it can be left up all season on crown land. Correct?

Where (what kind of land) can it not be left up overnight?
 

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Tree Stands and Blinds for Big Game Hunting Any tree stand or blind on Crown land must be clearly identified with the name and address of the person who placed it. Tree stands or blinds can only be left overnight on Crown lands for the purpose of hunting white-tailed deer, moose, elk, caribou, and black bear. Tree stands and blinds being used to hunt white-tailed deer, moose, elk, caribou, and black bear, on Crown land, can be placed up to 14 days before the season they are intended to be used for and all parts (including poles, steps and ladders) of tree stands and blinds on Crown land must be removed within 14 days of the close of the hunting season for which they are used.

Tree stands and blinds can be used to hunt any other legally hunted wildlife as long as they are removed from Crown lands and taken with the hunter when they are finished hunting for the day.

So can be used to hunt anything else during seasons but must be removed daily unless the above mentioned animals and seasons.
 

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Stupid law really but was enacted to counter people who tried to monopolize prime hunting area by building elaborate permanent stands in places like the shell valley in the Ducks. You can leave your bait barrels on crown land but have to remove the stand above them......really????
 
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