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Regulations for NC Fishing Hunting and Trapping

It is unlawful in Polk County to possess or set a steel trap, except on land owned or leased solely for agricultural purposes by the trapper. It is unlawful to hunt with a firearm from or on a public road or the right-of-way thereof. A hunting license is required for fox hunting on horseback or on foot. There is no closed season for taking foxes with dogs. Refer to The Regulations Digest for North Carolina Inland Fishing, Hunting and Trapping for full details.

The Regulations Digest for North Carolina Inland Fishing, Hunting and Trapping should be consulted for specific seasons and regulations. Read More Below

It is unlawful in Polk County to possess or set a steel trap, except on land owned or leased solely for agricultural purposes by the trapper. It is unlawful to hunt with a firearm from or on a public road or the right-of-way thereof. A hunting license is required for fox hunting on horseback or on foot. There is no closed season for taking foxes with dogs. Refer to The Regulations Digest for North Carolina Inland Fishing, Hunting and Trapping for full details.
The Regulations Digest for North Carolina Inland Fishing, Hunting and Trapping should be consulted for specific seasons and regulations.

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