General Information & What You Need To Bring

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  • Hunters are responsible for all licensing. This includes valid license, hip permit, state and federal duck stamps. Copies of these will be sent to BGW before the day of the hunt. If you need help with licensing, visit the RI DEM Hunting and Fishing web site.

  • Hunters are responsible for their own guns (must be plugged), ammunition, food, drinks, and additional gear.

  • All hunters must submit a signed copy of a release and waiver form before participating. Download a copy of a release and waiver form, print it out, sign it, and bring it with you on the day of your hunt.

  • Hunters are welcome to bring as much gear as space will allow. Parties of four should pack light.

  • We strictly adhere to all Rhode Island State and Federal Regulations. We recommend that our hunting clients also make themselves familiar with the same Rhode Island State and Federal Regulations. Download the 2023-2024 RI Hunting & Trapping Regulation Guide

  • Wounded or lost birds will be counted towards that hunters daily limit.

Our Policies (Reasons for Charter Termination)

The following are reasons (which we are not limited to) for immediate termination of the charter without refund:

  • Any unsafe gun practices i.e. accidental discharge, pointing the firearm in an unsafe direction, gun safety negligence, etc.
  • All Hunts are subject to Rhode Island State and Federal regulations on all species targeted.
  • Any hunter that harvests a protected species (i.e. harlequin) will result in immediate termination of the hunt and is responsible for all fines and penalties for taking that bird.
  • Shooting more than permitted limit.
  • Excessive / repeated damage to decoys.

Backcountry Hunters & Anglers
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New England Safari Club International