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does anyone know if it is legal to bow hunt in city limits or is there a special class or permit required?

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does anyone know if it is legal to bow hunt in city limits or is there a special class or permit required?


Depends on the city. Check with your local officials. You can start by calling your city hall or local sheriffs department.

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I would call the city, maybe the DNR for what might be special assigned hunts to thin out the deer. I know up around the TC they have many special lottery type drawings and I would guess the size of Rochester you could have something also.

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yes roch does have a city bowhunt program, i know they give out a number of permits and im guessing theres some kinda class or test you have to pass to get one, i would check with the city offices out past the prison by the recycle plant

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TRY MBRB (METRO BOW HUNTER RESOURCE BASE) THEY MIGHT BE HAVING A ROCHESTER HUNT.

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