You can hunt them at night.
Look under nuisance animals
From opening of deer archery season to the last
day of February: (private lands and open public
lands that have statewide seasons without special
regulations) Nuisance animals may be hunted,
taken, killed or pursued during daylight hours with
weapons legal to use for the hunting season open at
the time. Persons hunting nuisance animals from ½
hour after sunset until ½ hour before sunrise with or
without the aid of a light, are restricted to using
standard rim fire rifles or handguns no larger than
.22 caliber (all magnums are excluded) and/or
shotguns with shot size no larger than No. 6 shot.
Persons hunting nuisance animals with archery
equipment and/or with primitive weapons during
archery or primitive weapons season must possess
either a Sportsman License or an Archery/Primitive
Weapon License in addition to an All-Game License.