Night Hunting Frequently Asked Questions

For many years hunters have been able to take raccoon and opossum at night. Under temporary rules adopted by the Wildlife Resources Commission at its July 12 meeting, hunters can also take coyotes and feral swine at night with a light starting Aug. 1, 2012. The temporary rules will remain in effect for up to 270 days, during which time the Commission will continue to pursue permanent rules.

The answers to these frequently asked questions will guide hunters who want to hunt feral swine and coyotes at night:

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