Full Statute Name:  Title 15. Agriculture and Animals. Article 17. Animal Health and Animal Products. Chapter 14.7. Hunting Preserves. 15-17-14.7-13 Types of weapons allowed during hunt; computer assisted remote hunting; sedation; restricted areas

Share |
Primary Citation:  I.C. 15-17-14.7-13 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  February, 2024 Alternate Citation:  IN ST 15-17-14.7-13 Date Adopted:  2016 Historical: 
Summary: This Indiana law states that a hunting preserve may not allow computer assisted hunting.

Sec. 13. (a) Only weapons that may be used legally in hunting on other property in Indiana may be used in hunting on a hunting preserve.

(b) A hunting preserve may not allow computer assisted remote hunting.

(c) If a permitted animal has been sedated, the hunting preserve may not allow the permitted animal to be hunted within twenty-four (24) hours of sedation. In addition, the board may adopt rules governing the use of a permitted animal for food after the permitted animal has been sedated or treated with medication.

(d) Hunting on a hunting preserve is prohibited within one hundred fifty (150) yards of an artificial feeding site.


As added by P.L.89-2016, SEC.18, eff. March 22, 2016.

Share |