Vermont Statutes Title 10. Conservation and Development, § 4708. Interference with hunting, fishing, or trapping

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(a) A person shall not intentionally interfere with the lawful taking of fish or wild animals by:

(1) tampering with traps, nets, bait, firearms, or any other thing used for hunting, trapping, or fishing;

(2) placing himself or herself in a position, for the purpose of interfering, that hinders or prevents hunting, trapping, or fishing;  or

(3) engaging in an activity, for the purpose of interfering, that drives, harasses, disturbs, or is likely to disturb wildlife or fish.

(b) Nothing in this subsection shall be construed to prohibit an incidental interference arising from lawful activity by landowners or users of land, including farmers and recreationists.

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