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‘Tis the Season to Be Seen

Oct 24

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10/24/2012 2:03 PM  RssIcon

Hunters are required to wear a cap, hat or an outer garment in blaze orange that is visible from all sides whenever they are hunting bear, feral hogs, deer,rabbit, squirrel, grouse, pheasant or quail with a firearm. Archery hunters hunting deer during the muzzleloading or gun season also must wear blaze orange anytime during that season. 

Blaze orange, also known as hunter orange for obvious reasons, isn’t a color found in nature, making it instantly recognizable as a human presence. 

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Re: ‘Tis the Season to Be Seen

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By rosu on   8/19/2013 6:06 AM

Re: ‘Tis the Season to Be Seen

Blaze the color of Safety everywhere! It's not a matter of choice, it's a matter of life or death in the woods. Please insure your own safety and the safety of all, Wear The Blaze!!!! We don't need accidents due to some excuse that matters not! There's protection in the Orange, so USE THE BLAZE ALWAYS! And always be sure to protect and teach the youth it Matters!! Helmets save lives, it's also the law in our great state as is the Blaze, Use It! Be seen, Be Safe First!!

By Tonya Cruse on   11/23/2014 12:21 PM

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