What are the rules about deer stands on public lands in Carlton County?

Deer stands may NOT be permanently affixed to trees. They may be tied or strapped to trees or free standing. They must be portable. Screw-in pegs may be put in trees to access portable deer stands, but must be removed after hunting season.

For more information about hunting on Carlton County public lands, please see Chapter 9 "Recreation" of the Carlton County Management Plan for Tax-Forfeited Lands (PDF).

Approved Deer Stand Example (PDF)

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1. Does your Department have topographical maps for sale?
2. Does your Department have aerial photos?
3. When are land sales usually held?
4. May I hunt on public lands in Carlton County?
5. Where are public lands in Carlton County located?
6. How do I access public lands?
7. Can I access landlocked property along a section line?
8. What are the rules about deer stands on public lands in Carlton County?
9. What may I cut or clear to create a shooting lane?
10. Are Hunting Cabin Leases available in Carlton County?
11. Can Hunting Cabin Leases be sold?
12. Can I camp on tax-forfeited land?
13. Can I drive an ATV on County forest roads and trails?
14. Is it possible to obtain an easement over County administered land?
15. May I cut firewood on County administered land?
16. Can I cut a Christmas Tree from tax-forfeited land?
17. Does your Department have GIS data?
18. Will the Land Department run boundary lines on private land?
19. Are there Public Parks in Carlton County?