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GFP Commission Proposes Archery Equipment Changes

May 18, 2014, 7:32 PM

GFP Commission Proposes Archery Equipment Changes
PIERRE, SD -

The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission has proposed several changes to archery equipment regulations.

Among the suggestions: remove the barbed point broad head restriction; remove terms "bolts or darts" from the archery rules; allow the use of cameras, video cameras and cellphones; change the size of compound bows; and allow hunters to use mechanical broad heads for elk hunting.

The entire proposal is available on the GFP website. The commission will finalize the plan June 5-6 in Yankton. Written comments can be sent to wildinfostate.sd.us.

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