Well, thats the word that has been put out on the street in this area by the local WO's. It has been plainly stated that they will be issuing tickets to anyone they catch a person(s) just sitting in a parked, non-moving vehicle located on private lands in the act of what they deam hunting. According to this WO, to be legal one must exit the vehicle & not sit inside of it or on it to hunt. I didn't agree with this interputation he had of the reg's & told them they might need to go back & re-read the reg for clarification. Nope, didn't need to, they knew what he said & if anyone is caught doing so they would not have to worry about hunting again for a while! Well, this left a question in my mind as to if father time had gotten the best of me & maybe I was in error as to what the rule said. Me & mine have allways prided ourselfs in trying to be legal in every aspect of the game laws & now maybe find out something we do on a regular basis & have for years might cost us our hunting privilages just floored me. We have for years sat in our parked, non moving trucks or UTV's with cabs on them on these days not fit for man nor beast hunting on our own private land well away from the road. Like I said, being a person who thought he knew the rules & tried to adhere to them, I was left with some doubt as to if I was in error now, so I looked it up: Now am I in error here, or do I read it correctly, only thing it says is it cannot be moving, correct? Nothing about cannot sit in it, nothing about it has to be non-running, nothing about none of what was inplied, am I correcty reading this right? I am all for having more WO's on the job, but before they get put on the job have them ready & trained to do the job! Man, these fresh, right out of the academy WO's kill me. Get a badge pinned on their chest & they all the sudden think they run the world. I think the G&F should spend a little more time teaching these new guy what they are suppose to be writting tickets for instead of just teaching them how to write tickets!