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I'll have to give my buddy from Kennedy some grief that someone from Kittson County actual was concerned what the game laws were... grin.gif

To answer your question, I believe its illegal for both.

But like I was told, what happens near Lake Bronson, stays by Lake Bronson...

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It actually IS legal as long as you aren't using a remote to operate the machine. But, we are working to change the law to allow the use of remotes.

Randy

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I am pretty sure you can't for deer, not sure of bear though, coyotes its fine as long as you dont have a remote.

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I dont know if thats the truth Rbuker - I do not think you can use any type of electric calling device for deer in Minnesota.

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Bingo.

Thanks for clearing that up.

The thing about laws and regulations is that things are pretty much legal unless there's a law that says they are not legal. In this case, there's not a law stating they are not legal so that makes them ok to use.

For example, if you read the regs on waterfowl, you'll find it in there that electronically reproduced calls are NOT legal.

Thanks again

Randy

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