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    Ground Blind Orange During Rifle Season

    Heading out to Wyoming in a couple weeks for an antelope hunt.

    I have two members of my party that are older and dont want to spot and stalk the entire trip. They plan on sitting in a ground blind at least part of the time.

    My question is whether or not Wyoming requires orange on the exterior sides of the ground blind during rifle season?

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    I didn't find anything on there website requiring Blaze Orange for a ground blind. I didn't find anything on blinds at all to be honest with you. But it probably wouldn't hurt to give them a call to double check. 307-777-4600. What part of the state are you heading? Good Luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattdeere View Post
    I didn't find anything on there website requiring Blaze Orange for a ground blind. I didn't find anything on blinds at all to be honest with you. But it probably wouldn't hurt to give them a call to double check. 307-777-4600. What part of the state are you heading? Good Luck!
    I would definitely put some kind of orange on there so hunters can see it clearly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HiMtnHnter View Post
    I would definitely put some kind of orange on there so hunters can see it clearly.
    I agree, better safe than sorry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiMtnHnter View Post
    I would definitely put some kind of orange on there so hunters can see it clearly.
    Have to agree with that one. I would side on the safe side. Better to be able to have a safe hunt then have something happen and say if only.

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    There is no law for orange on the blind. Hunters within the blind are required to have a blaze orange article as per the regulations. I do agree with the statements above if you are wanting to be extra cautious and more safety aware. Best of luck!

 

 

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