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41-6-80Predator/varmint license required to hunt, take, or kill certain animals--Exceptions--Violation as misdemeanor.

Except as provided in this section, it is a Class 2 misdemeanor for a resident to hunt, take, or kill raccoons, badgers, or species defined as a predator/varmint in § 41-1-1 without a resident predator/varmint license or in violation of the conditions of the license or the rules of the Game, Fish and Parks Commission. A resident predator/varmint license allows a resident to take or kill raccoons, badgers, or species defined as a predator/varmint in § 41-1-1, except by means of aerial hunting or as prohibited by statute or rule. A resident of this state is not required to secure a predator/varmint license to hunt, take, or kill a predator/varmint on lands owned or operated by the resident.

However, if a resident possesses a resident small game license, a resident youth small game license, a resident big game license, a license to take fur-bearing animals, or a resident turkey license, the resident need not acquire the resident predator/varmint license as provided in this section to hunt the species enumerated by this section in the manner and places permitted. A resident small game license, a resident youth small game license, a resident big game license, a license to take fur-bearing animals, or a resident turkey license is valid for hunting those animals permitted by the resident predator/varmint license from date of purchase until the end of the license year as provided by rules promulgated by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission pursuant to chapter 1-26.

Source: SL 1998, ch 252, § 17; SL 2002, ch 193, § 4; SL 2007, ch 238, § 3.


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