Wash. Admin. Code § 220-500-130 - Erecting and using camps, blinds, and tree stand structures on department lands

Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021

(a) It is unlawful to dig pits for the purpose of hunting waterfowl, or to cut trees or attach artificial fasteners (such as wire, staples or nails) to trees for the construction of camps, blinds and tree stands on department lands.
(b) All nonnatural materials used in the construction of blinds or tree stands must be removed from department lands at the end of the hunting season.
(2) All nondepartment owned blinds shall be available to the public on a "first-come-first-served" basis.
(3) Structures established as part of a camp must be removed from department lands by camp occupants at the end of the trip.


Wash. Admin. Code § 220-500-130
Decodified by WSR 17-05-112, Filed 2/15/2017, effective 3/18/2017. Recodified from § 232-13-120.

Statutory Authority: RCW 77.12.210, 77.12.880. 08-01-078 (Order 07-293), § 232-13-120, filed 12/17/07, effective 1/17/08.

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