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Can someone blow up the permission slip on page 10 of the guide and post it so I can copy it? Please.Thanks.
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Permission to Hunt

 

I hereby grant permission to the person named below to hunt on my property located at:

________________________________________________________________________

 

on the following dates: __________________________________________________

 

Signed: ________________________________________________________________

 

Agreement

 

In return for the privilege of hunting on this property, I agree to obey all laws, to observe all safety precautions and practices, to take every precaution against fire, and to assume all responsible and liability for my person and my property while on the landowners property.

 

Signed: ________________________________________________________________

 

Address: _______________________________________________________________

 

Telephone Number: ____________________________________________________

 

Hunting License Number: _______________________________________________

 

Date: __________________________________________________________________

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A slightly modified version. Hope this helps.

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you need a nut doc to certify you first....


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Thanks.
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I thought they were permission slips from Household 6.

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Hey guys...being new to MD and the whole "permission" thing...Do you have to provide this slip when turning in your harvest record, or tagging the deer, or just have it on your person in case the DNR asks?


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just on your your person in case DNR asks or there is discrepancy with landowner, etc. You don't need it for check in, in fact you don't have to check the deer in person, just call # on guide. IF YOU ARE NEW TO MD HUTNING.....read regs carefully...... Zones/Regs, State Land Federal Land, Private Land, Managed Hunts, permits, qualification cards, lottery hunts, etc,etc

And if you waterfowl hunt you might want to seek the advice of legal council while reading regs  
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just on your your person in case DNR asks


Actually I thought that someone posted that the law does not require you to have it on your person

anybody remember the post/ discussion on this?

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You need it on your person as well as your hunting license and another form of picture ID.

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You need it on your person as well as your hunting license and another form of picture ID.

To add to this..
Tracking wounded game on another property is considered pursuing. The law considers pursuing “hunting”. Short of the long is, you need written permission even though you may not have a weapon in hand.  
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Nice post I also use the Ohio. One real nice too I just white out Ohio. And put md
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I completley understand that you need written permission - however if you look at the regulations (in the hunting book) it does not say you have to have written permission on you, it does say you need to have a form of ID on you.

There was a post on here sometime last year where someone actually beat a ticket because the law does not state that you have to have the written permission on you, just that you have to have written permission. I do know that it would make it easier if you had it with you.

Not rying to start a pi$$ing match, and I am IT challenged where I can't find the law.

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You need it on your person as well as your hunting license and another form of picture ID.
It just makes life a lot easier if you have a signed permission slip and the other required items with you. Especially if you are ever challenged by a DNR officer or anyone else for that matter. It shows the officer that you have the legal right to hunt on a particular piece of property and are not a potential poacher/trespasser. I have written permission to hunt on several pieces of private property and believe it or not I always carry all of them with me because sometimes I never know where I may end up hunting.
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I keep mine in the truck. That is usually where they check you anyway.






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One year later, and this thread came in handy.  thanks!
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Quote:
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Quote:
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You need it on your person as well as your hunting license and another form of picture ID.

You do not need to have written permission on your person while hunting. The law simply says you must have it,nothing in the code says it must be on your person.
 
The actual text follows;

 § 10-411. Hunting on private lands


   (a) Permission required. -- A person may not upon any pretense come to hunt on the lands owned by another person without the written permission of the landowner or the landowner's agent or lessee.

(b) Liability of hunter. -- Any person hunting on this private property is liable for any damage the person causes to the private property while hunting on the private property.

(c) Liability of landlord. -- The landowner may not be liable for accidental injury or damage to the person whether or not the landowner or the landowner's agent gave permission to hunt on the private property.

(d) Harford County. -- In Harford County a person who violates subsection (a) of this section is guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction is subject to a fine of not less than $ 25 and not exceeding $ 250.




SlowBow is correct. As a practice, though, the burden of having said permission and proving it is on the hunter if they are checked by an officer in the field (or at the truck). I usually carry it to avoid a phone call to the landowner at 8:00 pm and risk ticking off the landowner. The whole origin of the law was to remove the burden from the landowner in prosecuting trespass.

Bloodhound also makes a good point with the reminder that Maryland does not have a "right to recover" law for retrieving game. Landowner permission is needed. Sadly, there are times when that request is denied.

I usually change the "on these dates" section to read "for the 2012 / 2013 hunting season"... as long as the landowner is good with it, of course.
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then again 2 years after that   [Thumbs_up]
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