Alaska to Ban Hunting With Drones

The state's Board of Game says the remote-controlled devices give hunters an "unfair advantage."
3:00 | 03/25/14

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Hunting big game is big business in the state of Alaska estimated to bring in nearly 400 billion dollars a year to state. But if you're thinking of using that drone to help bag -- next year there think again Alaska's -- game has voted to ban drone technology for hunting. It -- drones give hunters and unfair advantage even though there seems to be only one report of a drone actually being used. In a moose hunt back in 2012 the recommendation to ban the remote controlled aircraft is under review.

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