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v 7 - 7 - ' . V Montana’s g m r i l t t r and elk sea sons on Sunday, j0cfc22,tha Dfcpart- m m t o f M , W 9 ^ i^ P U ) a u i s e s themtokeepinmindseveralpointsto ensure anei\joyable h u n t. / Administratorof the Department's Law Enforcement Division Erv Kent askshunters to familiarize themselves with the state’s most common game violations. - These ara: , L F a ilure to properly validate a Heebie tag rand seeurefyfasten the . tag-to>ia' gameanimal immediately • aftef.the k flfand befbreit is moved or transported fiom t k e | m d ^ . ipune animal you'kflled. ■’ 3. Tagging a game animal that someone else killed. 4. Shooting or attempting to shoot game animals orgame birdsfrom a fi*oinai<y publichighwayor shoulder, berm orbarrow-pit right pfway of a n y , public highway. ^ ' (LShooting or attempting to shoot game a n in p ls w iththe aid d f ah arti- f i c i a l • ; 7. j.Usmga.vrtodfri ofron centra te,. drivtf, w ily, sti»\ up w h u w g a a e m . - - ■ ■ * \*4 \uk. as j* .J L 8. Huntingwithout a valid license orta* invouriMissestion. —^ - a t a checking station, even i f you have no garoeor \ . T-.jj? 10. Sweanng to afalse statement toobtain a residenthun ting license. U r Failure to obtain permission from landowners before hunting big game, ooprivate property. 12. Failureto leave evidence of the sex o f* game animal attached to the animal. ... 13. Failure to, wear a t Jeast-400- square inches of hunter (fluorescent) orange c lopungi^^bthew a is £ a till times while\1n the field'during big game firearms season. ' ■ v 14. Possessing, transportingor offering for sale any parts ofill^al|y': taken fiame.animals. ' ^ . - HH 15. Wasting a n y .paii of a game animal suitable fbr food. 16. Shooting a big game animaT . before or after legal shooting hours, which ara one-half hourbefore sun- ■ rise to one-half hour afteifsunset' Hunters are encouraged to protect the future o f their sport ty policing their own ranks and using the toll* free 140041P-MONT (1-800-847- 6668) hot-line to reportproperty vandalism.trespass and Wildlife vio-•- lations. *• * ' From July i , liw ih r Q u g li June 3 0 ,1 9 8 9 ,( f is c a l^ l9 ^ ) 1 lo a t a n a sportem*nreported ;/450iftcidents. - assessedtyMsdtanaeourtsuTheTIF- MONT Boardliasdispensed $1 indi- tidtanaV state. ^ A w i i ^ t e a l i n ^ t o ^ down on t ^ ^ ^ n ^ r ^ w ^ m g i n c i- 1 dents, c i t i « ^ m ^ j £ ^ ^ t e v p l v f ^ We believe puttingsbme mwiey in the| pockets of those who help us appre-g hend poachers w ijl greatly reduce the effects of this serious crime.im our wildlife population* Personnel from thelMontana D e ^ partment ofFish, Wildlife and Parks* will be in the field throughout thef1 season to enforce thehuntingregula# tions and assist hunters-and land*? owners. . ........... ^ : •'■■■■ ■ ... “ V. - K .... rv ,. ■ A« Katrt iwSfiph»i witflifa halnnaa*» atii a»liMni*fi f t a ■■I- i l . & •