Section 9-11-49

Nonresident hunting licenses - "Trip all game."

Any nonresident of this state who is 16 years or older shall, in lieu of the all game license provided for in Section 9-11-47, procure one of the following "trip all game" hunting licenses to hunt all legal game in this state, the procurement of which shall be in the same manner as provided for procuring the nonresident annual hunting licenses provided for in Sections 9-11-46 and 9-11-47, by paying the license fees herein specified, which licenses will authorize the holder of the license to hunt in this state for a period of days specified on the license from the day the license was issued:

(1) A "nonresident all game 10-day trip hunting license," the cost of which shall be one hundred sixty-eight dollars ($168), plus a two dollar ($2) issuance fee, which fees shall be subject to adjustment as provided for in Section 9-11-68. This license shall be valid for those legal hunting hours occurring during the then current license year for a period not to exceed 240 consecutive hours from the beginning date and time, as selected and designated by the licensee to the issuing agent at the time of issuance.

(2) A "nonresident all game 3-day trip hunting license," the cost of which shall be one hundred eighteen dollars ($118), plus a two dollar ($2) issuance fee, which fees shall be subject to adjustment as provided for in Section 9-11-68. This license shall be valid for those legal hunting hours occurring during the then current license year for a period not to exceed 72 consecutive hours from the beginning date and time, as selected and designated by the licensee to the issuing agent at the time of issuance. In addition, effective with the license year beginning September 1, 2013, there shall be a Physically Disabled Military Veteran's Appreciation three-day trip event license, for events sanctioned by the Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources, that shall permit up to 10 U.S. military veterans, resident or non-resident, which names shall be designated on the license, otherwise meeting the requirements of this section who are certified by the U.S. Veterans' Administration as 50 percent or more physically disabled, to purchase the license as an alternative to the trip hunting license for a fee equal to the nonresident all game three-day hunting license, plus the applicable issuance fee. The duration of this license shall be the same as that of the nonresident all game three-day hunting license.

(3) There shall be provided on the license form for the licenses provided for in this section a check-off option whereby the licensee may voluntarily choose to donate an additional one dollar ($1) to the Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries for the purpose of research on wildlife and wildlife habitat as approved by the Advisory Board of Conservation and Natural Resources.

(Acts 1965, No. 751, p. 1365, §4; Acts 1977, No. 764, p. 1321, §4; Acts 1981, No. 81-720, p. 1226, §1; Acts 1982, No. 82-407, p. 619, §1; Acts 1982, 2nd Ex. Sess., No. 82-777, p. 279, §1; Acts 1994, No. 94-577, p. 1051, §1; Act 2000-742, p. 1647, §1; Act 2007-418, p. 874, §1; Act 2013-248, p. 607, §1.)