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    I was browsing the MNRF site in preparation for applying for a moose tag. Under the last header ' Receive your licence tag', is this statement:

    "If you will be hunting on private land, you need to complete the landowner consent form and get the signature of the landowner. You need to carry the signed form with you while hunting."


    It is also in the deer and elk info. Is this a new requirement? I often hunt private land with verbal permission, but have never heard of needing to carry proof of permission.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ouzel View Post
    I was browsing the MNRF site in preparation for applying for a moose tag. Under the last header ' Receive your licence tag', is this statement:

    "If you will be hunting on private land, you need to complete the landowner consent form and get the signature of the landowner. You need to carry the signed form with you while hunting."


    It is also in the deer and elk info. Is this a new requirement? I often hunt private land with verbal permission, but have never heard of needing to carry proof of permission.
    In some WMU's,we need permission in writing to hunt private property. The Summary has a complete list of areas. Check in the "open season" section under "conditions" for each species listed beside each area. If you go to www.ofah.org/permission forms,you can download and print the forms. Simply fill them out and ask the landowner to sign it and carry it with you to show CO's or Police who are checking trespassing complaints.
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    yea it looks like it's limited..

    You must have written permission from
    the landowner on the form provided by
    the Ministry to hunt elk on private land, to
    hunt moose in WMU 65 on private land, and
    to hunt deer in WMU 43A, 43B and 44 on
    private land.
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    I think this is the case on Manitoulan Island during the deer hunt

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