Hunting season is winding down, but hunters are still in the hunt.
In some rural areas, the hunt is just starting.
There’s no federal background check for hunting, so the hunt must be conducted on private property, according to Iowa State Police.
Hunters are allowed to take their animals with them on hunts and hunting trips.
In other parts of the state, hunting is regulated by local jurisdictions.
A hunting season has already started in the rural area of the Des Moines area.
The Iowa State Parks Department is offering hunters the opportunity to hunt on public land.
A hunter can hunt in a designated area and can bring a handgun along with them.
Hunting season ends on Sunday, Jan. 6.
There are no federal hunting rules in Iowa, but a hunter can use any hunting license that they possess.
Hunters can take their guns with them and hunt in designated areas and in designated locations with hunting license.
The law allows hunters to hunt within a distance of 100 feet of any land, within 200 feet of a highway, or 100 feet in any other public or private property.
Hunters can also take their weapons with them to a designated hunting area on public or privately owned property.
A hunter can shoot a rifle, shotgun or shotgun shell, or a crossbow, crossbow bolt or bow with a firearm or ammunition.
A shooting range can only be used for target shooting.
Hunting rifles and shotguns can only shoot on private land.
Hunts in Iowa are restricted to a single, designated area.
Hunters must bring a license with them, and they must follow the hunting rules set forth by their state.
Hunters must keep the weapons unloaded and must not bring any ammunition or a bow and arrow to the hunting area.
Hunted game must be kept on private or non-commercial property, but the hunting license may be issued to anyone with a hunting license in the state.