(520 ILCS 5/2.19)
(from Ch. 61, par. 2.19)
It shall be unlawful to use a floating blind for the
taking of migratory waterfowl, as permitted by this Act, unless such
blind is anchored in a stationary position when in use. This does not
prohibit the use of a scull boat in taking migratory waterfowl except where
use of a scull boat is prohibited by Administrative Rule. A scull boat
is defined as a boat
propelled by means of an oar fixed in a notch in the transom of a boat
and worked in a turning or sculling motion.
A floating blind is defined as any watercraft or floating structure that
is camouflaged, disguised, or altered in appearance to offer a place of
concealment and is capable of carrying a person. Such floating blind may
be mechanically powered as long as such power is used only for movement
to and from the place of hunting and no attempt is made to hunt during such movement.
(Source: P.A. 85-152.)