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County: Remove portable tree stands

Crow Wing County Land Services is reminding hunters that all portable tree stands or freestanding stands must be removed from county-managed public lands by now.

Crow Wing County Land Services is reminding hunters that all portable tree stands or freestanding stands must be removed from county-managed public lands by now.

The Crow Wing County hunting stand ordinance states that portable tree stands must be removed no later than one day following the close of Minnesota's big game hunting season, which ended on Dec. 31, 2015. Permanent hunting stands are also prohibited by the ordinance.

Portable tree stands or portable free-standing stands not removed from county-managed public lands are considered abandoned personal property and will be removed pursuant to Minnesota statute 345.15 and the Crow Wing County hunting stand ordinance.

For further information, contact Crow Wing County Land Services by visiting the Crow Wing County website at www.crowwing.us/index.aspx?nid=293 or calling 218-824-1115.

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