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The person d for guiding shall prior to guiding obtain from the department a permit to guide bear hunters. There shall be a limit of 35 permits per season to guide for taking bear as specified in Fis Bear guide permits shall be issued on a first-come first-served basis. The d guide may direct, aid, assist, or instruct the permittee and subpermittee but shall not shoot a moose. In towns restricted to weapon types pursuant to RSA b,a, b, and c, only shotguns loaded with a single ball, muzzle-loading rifle, pistols as specified in RSA d or bow and arrow shall be permitted for the taking of moose, except pistols shall not be used in the Town of Bow pursuant to RSA b.
If the moose is shot by the subpermittee, both the permittee and subpermittee shall go to the check station to check the moose. All subpermittees shall be within sight and hearing, excluding electronic devices, when actual physical direction and control can be effected pursuant to RSAXXX.
All subpermittees under the age of 16 shall be accompanied by a permittee 18 years of age or older. The day after the season closes moose shall be registered at any fish and game department regional office or at headquarters in Concord. Any person who provides an incorrect state of residency on an application shall be disqualified from the lottery process and shall not be eligible to receive a permit. Corrected applications may be resubmitted.
Self-addressed and stamped receipts shall be returned as notification that the application has been received. Based on the order of computer selection, applicants shall be ased a permit as follows:. Applicants shall be ased a permit for either sex moose in a wildlife management unit indicated on their application. If all permits for either sex moose in those wildlife management units are filled, applicants shall: i Be ased to a permit for an antlerless moose provided their application indicates they are willing to hunt antlerless moose in one of the wildlife management units having these permits available; and.
The percentage of nonresident s drawn shall not be greater than the percentage of nonresident hunting s sold during the calendar year, and nonresidents shall be randomly distributed throughout the wildlife management units. Alternates shall be selected in the order in which they were originally drawn in the lottery. Chosen alternates shall then be permittees.
Alternates shall be ased to the wildlife management unit which was ased to the original permittee. These new permittees shall be notified by mail within 7 days after being selected. Late payments received via U. Alternates shall be chosen for applicants failing to pay the fee by the prescribed date. Alternates selected shall then pay within 14 days after being notified. Late information received via US mail shall be accepted provided they are postmarked not later than midnight on the third Friday in July. If an alternate is chosen as a permittee, deation of subpermittee and accompanying information shall be submitted with the payment.
There shall be no residency requirements for the subpermittee. If the department is not able to match the identity of the applicant with its records, the applicant shall provide their name, address, date of birth, their old identification and new identification. Fis Holders of dog training permits under Fis See Revision Note at chapter heading for Fiseff formerly Fis ature of the hunter, ed subject to the penalties for making unsworn false statements under RSA ; and. ature of guide, ed subject to the penalties for making unsworn false statements under RSA Any applicant failing a second written examination shall be allowed to reapply after one year from the date of the 2nd examination.
This rule shall not prevent the person being guided from being charged with a violation of fish and game laws or rules. The current register of d guides required by RSA a, and maintained at headquarters in Concord, shall be available to any individual upon request. Specific State Statute which the Rule Implements. Section d d Baiting. The executive director shall adopt rules, pursuant to RSA A, relative to the opening and closing of the season for the practice of baiting for coyote, furbearing animals, game birds, or game animals with the exception of gray squirrel.
No person shall engage in the act of baiting on the property of another unless he has secured from the owner or occupant of the property upon which the bait is to be deposited a permit in writing, ed by the owner or occupant, and until he has filed a copy of the permit with the conservation officer in whose district the person plans to bait, together with a topographic map or copy thereof showing the specific location of the bait site. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, persons holding a valid trapping who have complied with the landowner permit requirements of RSA shall be allowed to place bait for the trapping of fur-bearing animals during the open season.
Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the executive director may grant a special permit for scientific purposes, animal damage control, or for any other purpose at the discretion of the executive director. Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, no person shall place bait less than feet from a dwelling or public roadway, pathway or trail.
July 20, Notwithstanding RSA a, a nonresident shall not train or use dogs for hunting any specific wildlife species in this state during the period when residents of New Hampshire are prohibited from training or using dogs for hunting such wildlife species in the nonresident's state of residence or province or territory of Canada. This section shall also apply in cases in which the nonresident's state of residence or province or territory of Canada restricts or limits the of dog training or dog hunting permits which are issued to citizens of New Hampshire.
For the purposes of this section, the executive director shall determine the states, provinces or territories which prohibit or limit New Hampshire residents from the training or use of dogs for hunting. Such determination as to the degree of reciprocity shall be final. July 2, RL Section Application for ; Issue.
The executive director shall prescribe rules and regulations under which such s shall be issued. Section a a Information; Register of d Guides. The executive director shall maintain a register of all persons d as guides in this state. Section Cancellation of. Section Fee for. RSA Section Qualifications of e. A person d as a guide shall be at least 18 years of age.
He shall furnish such recommendations as the executive director shall require. He shall be skilled in the use, management and handling of such boats or canoes as are customarily used in fishing and hunting, and shall be a safe and competent person under all circumstances to be a guide for hunting or fishing parties. Every resident 65 years of age or older who has been a d guide in this state for 5 or more years may obtain a as a guide to fish or to hunt not by payment of the fees prescribed in RSAI and II, but rather by payment of only the cost of issuing said as determined by the executive director.
Individuals who are d operators of for-hire vessels pursuant to RSAXVI b for recreational fishing in coastal and estuarine waters shall possess a United States Coast Guard issued Master or an Operator of Uninspected Passenger Vesselsand shall have current basic first aid and CPR certification from a course requiring a practical examination or have a crew member on board the d for-hire vessel who possesses the required certification. Such individuals d pursuant to RSAXVI b shall be exempt from all other provisions of this chapter when operating such for-hire vessels in coastal and estuarine waters.
Any individual exempted under this paragraph shall present the vessel and first aid certification upon demand of any person. Section Expiration of. Section Badges. Section Reports. July 1, An official New Hampshire government website. Rules and Laws. Hunting ; b. Name; c. Mailing and street address; d. Date of birth; e. Sex; and f. Selection of winning s shall be done by computer selection of random s; b. A total of application s shall be drawn; c. A total of additional s shall be drawn as alternates; d. The moose permits shall be allocated as specified in Table Based on the order of computer selection, applicants shall be ased a permit as follows: 1.
Applicants shall be ased a permit for either sex moose in a wildlife management unit indicated on their application; 2. If all permits for either sex moose in those wildlife management units are filled, applicants shall: i Be ased to a permit for an antlerless moose provided their application indicates they are willing to hunt antlerless moose in one of the wildlife management units having these permits available; and ii Not be ased a permit if their application indicates they are not willing to hunt antlerless moose; and 3.
Once all of the initially drawn applicants have been considered for permits: i Alternates shall be used to fill the remaining permits; and ii Successful applicants drawn for a permit shall be notified by mail within 10 working days; and f.
Complete name and mailing address; b. Date of birth; and c. Telephone ; 3 A ed statement from the permittee and the subpermittee that neither has paid or bartered any thing for the privilege of being deated as a subpermittee and that they each have read and understand the current moose hunting rules ed subject to the penalties for making unsworn false statements under RSA Name of hunter killing the bear; b.
Address of hunter; c. Huntingincluding the prefix; d. Name of the guide; e. Date and time of kill; g. Town of kill; and h. ature of the hunter, ed subject to the penalties for making unsworn false statements under RSA ; and 2 The guide shall provide the following on Section B: a. Name of the hunter killing the bear; b. Hunting including prefix; d. Name of guide; e. Town of kill; g. Sex of bear; and h. Mailing address; b. Legal address; c. Telephone ; d. Alias; f.
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