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Are trees cosidered natural vegitation

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I found a decent spot by shore to hunt. Its not private land but where I normally sit in rushes there is too much ice. If I can tuck my boat under overhanging trees is that considered vegitation as the law sates?

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ya i am pretty sure. how close are they to the water?? best bet would be to contact the local CO and see what they say.

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In a boat there has to be emirgent(sp)vegetation which means coming out of the water. I would call the co tho.

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use it all the time on big lakes and i have never been stopped. just get as close to shore as possible and you should be fine. I'm sure a warden would comment on it but no ticket.

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I was told by a CO that all you needed was 1 single piece of vegetation to technically be legal. This guy was pretty strict usually, but said he wouldn't, so I would think most would say OK.

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At that rate we could use a very low profile boat to lay out in short growth of weeds and still be legal.

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