Conn. Gen. Stat.
|A person is guilty of negligent hunting if he or she hunts out of season or on a Sunday. A person may hunt deer with bow and arrow on private property. Sunday hunting is allowed only on licensed shooting preserves when the operator has permission from the town, according to the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection.
||Del. Code Ann. tit. 7, §572 and Del. Code Ann. tit. 7, §712
||No hunting on Sundays except for trapping, training dogs, hunting red foxes with dogs or participating in commercial game preserve operations. It is unlawful to hunt on Sunday except to chase red fox in season.
||Me. Rev. Stat. Ann. tit. 12, §11205
||No hunting on Sunday.
|Md. Natural Resources Code Ann. §10-410
||No hunting on Sunday, except: 1. a person using state certified raptors to hunt game birds or mammals during open season, 2. an unarmed person participating in an organized fox chase and 3. persons hunting on regulated shooting areas may shoot captive raised game birds. Deer hunting is allowed in some counties on private land on certain dates, and limited turkey hunting in two counties. Sunday hunting of game mammals and game birds, except for migratory game birds and wetland game birds, allowed in three counties on private land or designated public land.
||Mass. Gen. Laws Ann. ch. 131 §57
||No hunting on Sunday except for regulated private hunting grounds and in defense of one’s property.
||N.J. Rev. Stat. §23:3-32 and §23:4-24
||No person may hunt with firearms or any other weapon or carry a gun in the woods or fields or on the waters on Sunday except: 1. any person hunting raccoon between midnight on Saturday and sunrise on Sunday during the prescribed season, 2. a person possessing a valid and proper rifle permit licensed to trap fur-bearing animals to humanely dispatch legally trapped animals, 3. a person using a bow and arrow to hunt deer during any bow and arrow hunting season for deer prescribed by the State Fish and Game Code, provided the person possesses a valid bow and arrow license, or a valid "All Around Sportsman License" if applicable, issued by the division, abides by all applicable provisions of the code, and is hunting on a State wildlife management area or on private property and 4. any person authorized to shoot pheasants, quail, and partridge. 5. hunting of pheasants, rabbits, jackrabbits, hares, chukar, partridge, quail, squirrels, wild turkeys and woodchuck on Sundays with raptors is permitted during the prescribed seasons. The Sunday hunting ban does not prohibit farm landowners, lessees, immediate family members or farm employees from hunting or destroying crows, woodchucks, foxes and vermin on that land.
|| N.C. Gen. Stat. §103-2
||There is no Sunday hunting, however there are a number of exceptions, although Sunday Hunting is not allowed in a county with a population greater than 700,000 people. The exceptions are as follows: 1. Any landowner, member of the landowner's family, or any person with written permission from the landowner, may hunt with the use of firearms on Sunday on the landowner's property, except that all of the following limitations apply: Hunting on Sunday between 9:30 A.M. and 12:30 P.M. is prohibited, except on controlled hunting preserves; Sunday hunting of migratory birds is prohibited; the use of a firearm to take deer that are run or chased by dogs on Sunday is prohibited; hunting on Sunday within 500 yards of a place of worship or any accessory structure thereof, or within 500 yards of a residence not owned by the landowner, is prohibited. 2. defense of one’s own property 3. On military reservations 4. field trials authorized by the Wildlife Resources Commission 5. Falconry and dogs used in conjunction with falconry.
||Pa. Cons. Stat. Ann. tit. 34, §2303
||It is unlawful to hunt wildlife on Sundays. Exceptions include the hunting of foxes or coyotes and any hunting which occurs on noncommercial regulated hunting grounds holding a valid permit. The law does not apply to removal of lawfully taken game or wildlife from traps or the resetting of the traps on Sunday.
S.C. Code Ann. Regs. 123-40
|No hunting on Sundays on Wildlife Management Area lands.
||Va. Code §29.1.-521
||No hunting on Sunday, except for: 1. raccoons until 2 a.m. on Sunday mornings, 2. any person who hunts or kills waterfowl, subject to geographical limitations and except within 200 yards of a place of worship or any accessory structure, and 3. any landowner or member of his family or any person with written permission from the landowner who hunts or kills any wild bird or wild animal on the landowner’s property except within 200 yards of a place of worship or any accessory structure.
||W. Va. Code §20-2-5
||No hunting on public lands on Sundays after 5 a.m. No hunting on private lands on Sundays after 5 a.m. without the written consent of the landowner provided the county holds an election to let residents determine if Sunday hunting will be allowed on private land only.