Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Hunting Regulations 2020-2021 - Flipbook - Page 45
Any part of a deer divided shall have affixed thereto the name, date, address and LDWF
number of the person who harvested the deer and the sex of that animal. This information
shall be legibly written in pen or pencil on any piece of paper or cardboard or any material which is attached or secured to or enclosing the part or parts. (Resident Game
Possession Tags are provided on page 119 and may be used for such purposes).
Positive evidence of sex identification, including the head or sex organs, shall remain on
any deer taken in Louisiana, so long as such deer is kept in camp or field, or is in route to
the domicile of its possessor, or until such deer has been stored at the domicile of its possessor or divided at a cold storage facility and has thus become identifiable as food rather
than as wild game.
USE OF DOGS FOR TRAILING AND RETRIEVAL OF DEER
A leashed dog may be used to trail and retrieve wounded or un-recovered deer. Any
leashed dog used to trail or retrieve wounded or un-recovered deer must wear a collar
bearing the owner’s name, address and phone number.
HUNTER ORANGE AND BLAZE PINK
Any person hunting any wildlife during the
open firearms deer hunting season and
possessing buckshot, slugs, a primitive firearm, or a centerfire firearm shall display on
their head, chest and/or back a total of not
less than 400 square inches of “Hunter
Orange” or “Blaze Pink.”
Persons hunting on privately owned
land may wear a Hunter Orange or
Blaze Pink cap or hat in lieu of the 400
Not required of persons hunting deer
from elevated stands on property that is
privately owned. However, anyone
hunting deer on such lands where hunting with firearms is allowed shall be
required to display the 400 square inches or a Hunter Orange or Blaze Pink cap
or hat while walking to and from elevated stands.
Not required of archery deer hunters
hunting on lands where firearm hunting
is not allowed by agreement of the
landowner or lessee.
WARNING: Deer hunters are cautioned to
watch for persons hunting other game or
engaged in activities not requiring
“Hunter Orange” or “Blaze Pink.”