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Just a little background before my question. I am from Illinois and did not get a deer when I was down for rifle season. I had to leave opening night due to my father having a heart attack, he is doing well now though. I will be coming down to where I hunt for the muzzleloader season to try and fill my tags. My brother-in-law would like to come with me and film the hunt. I have never had my hunts filmed but thought it might be neat to see if I were to get one. My question then is does my brother-in-law need to get a tag in order to be out there with me even though he has no intention of hunting? Since we are from out of state and he has no intention of shooting a deer he does not want to spend $225.00 to sit and film.
 

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You don't need a tag to film in the woods.
Unless you have a weapon with you. :whistle:
 

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[rquote=1492505&tid=104210&author=BowMadness][rquote=1491954&tid=104210&author=judah]You don't need a tag to film in the woods.
Unless you have a weapon with you. :whistle:[/rquote]

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I'm with BowMadness on this one. :thinking: I guarantee before I just went and filmed, then got caught and it WAS, IN FACT, illegal, I would check with a CO and find out. I can guarantee that the tag will be cheaper then the fine that you would get if it was illegal. Just my :02:
 
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