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  1. Are there any circumstances when a landowner can legally set his/her own hunting seasons and regulations on private property in Washington?
    Generally the answer is no. The Fish and Wildlife Commission is responsible for setting all formal hunting seasons and regulations. WDFW has created several landowner programs that benefit landowners and hunters alike. The following examples are exceptions with special circumstances and limitat ...
  2. How long does a spike elk antler need to be in order to be legal in a spike-only hunting area?
    To qualify as a point, an antler point must be at least one inch in length, measured on the longest side. Thus, a spike elk antler only needs to be one inch long as measured from the point of attachment (pedicle) to be legal.
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