From the book.....
The following persons are required to wear a cap or hat and also a shirt, vest or coat of hunter orange so that the color is plainly visible from all sides. Camouflage orange does not satisfy this requirement.
* firearms deer hunters during all five portions of the firearms deer season
* adults accompanying youths hunting deer on a Youth Deer & Turkey Hunting Permit
* archery hunters during the youth portion statewide and during the urban counties and antlerless portions in open counties
* all hunters (except migratory bird hunters) during the urban counties, youth, November and antlerless portions in open counties.
Note: Fall firearms turkey hunters must wear hunter orange in some counties Oct. 9â€“12 (see Firearms Deer Hunting).
The following firearms deer hunters are exempt from the hunter-orange requirement:
* hunters using archery methods within municipal boundaries where discharge of firearms is prohibited
* archery permittees hunting during the muzzleloader portion of the firearms deer season
* hunters on federal or state public hunting areas where deer hunting is by archery methods only (However, hunter-orange is recommended for archery hunters who are hunting close to areas open to firearms methods.)
Note: Safety conscious hunters display hunter-orange even when it isnâ€™t required. Hereâ€™s some examples:
* when walking to and from a turkey hunt, especially when carrying harvested game
* when hunting inside a camouflage blind, put hunter-orange on all sides of the blind
* when hunting close to areas where firearms hunting is allowed
Beware: When using a camouflage blind, other hunters cannot see you even if you are legally wearing hunter orange. To be safe, tie hunter orange on each side of the blind so it can be seen from all sides.