Test Your Knowledge of Hunting Rules and Regulations in Maine

1. When do you need to seek permission from a landowner to erect a tree stand?
A. When erecting a permanent stand
B. When inserting metallic or ceramic devices into the tree
C. When using any kind of tree stand
D. Not necessary in the State of Maine

2. When is it unlawful to illuminate deer?
A. Never
B. Always
C. During November deer season
D. Between September 1st and December 15th

3. The daily bag limit on gray squirrel is
A. 2
B. 4
C. 6
D. No Limit

4. Which of the following statements is true regarding age limits on hunting?
A. You can hunt under age 10 as long as you are with your parent
B. A junior hunter, between age 10 and 16 may hunt as long as a licensed adult 18 or older accompanies them and the adult carries a valid hunting license or has successfully completed a hunter safety course.
C. A junior hunter, age 10 to 16 is considered being accompanied by an adult if they are within vocal distance.
D. None of the above.

5. True or False While hunting on private land, if the owner of that land approaches you and asked to see your hunting license, you are required by law to show it to them.

6. In addition to a regular hunting permit, you are required to obtain an additional permit to hunt which of the following species?
A. Pheasant in York and Cumberland Counties
B. Night hunting of coyotes
C. Migratory waterfowl
D. All of the above

7. True or False Any foreigner residing with a family in Maine and is part of a cultural or educational exchange program may purchase a resident hunting or fishing license.