OK, I tried finding the laws on this, but I came up short. I have read some laws in both Oregon and Washington regarding shooting at a hunting target across a body of water. And how it is not permitted. Save for hunting water fowl. What about strict target shooting? If you had a lake, creek, or river and had targets setup on one side, and shot from the other. Is there a law which directly forbids this in Washington or Oregon? I'm looking for the actual statute here, not 'I've been told.' I know, I know. It is kind of a silly idea, but there are some spots, especially in wide cannons and the like where doing this would be just about as safe as can be. So, I'm looking to know the legal statutes on it. Thanks, M PS: I've been trolling all day, so I know turn about is fair play!