I saw a hand held thermal imaging device and am intrigued by it, Are they legal to carry in deer season or any other open season?
Yeah, that's the one Cabela's is selling for $400.I have this nifty little hand held thermal imager by Seek Thermal. I don't use it for hunting but use it around camp to scan some fields at night when scouting. Its also use it around the house. It is great to find drafts around windows and doors and even studs on outside walls.
Great observation....but there are many people on this "hunting PA" forum...that aren't from Pa...and or hunt other states where thermal is legal.Last I checked, this site is hunting PA.
is it ok to use them for Predators then ? has the PGC added this ?For predator hunting.
i think that would also include the use of trail cameras, especially the celluar cams that send a photo to a persons phone as its happening.Great observation....but there are many people on this "hunting PA" forum...that aren't from Pa...and or hunt other states where thermal is legal.
Remember...prohibited electronic devices technically include cell phones and walkie-talkie if you want to start cutting hairs LOL
I'll add that thermal for recovery would help in many unfortunate situations, in dry and rain/wet conditions, but still has it's time limitations after a kill as awesome as it is.
Not yet. It is on the agenda for a final vote at the meeting next weekend. If it is approved, it usually takes a month or two before it is placed in the Pa Bulletin which is when it becomes active.is it ok to use them for Predators then ? has the PGC added this ?