RULE 002.00.02-010 - Approved Aquaculture Species Policy; Changes to Commercial Fishing Regulations for 2002; Prohibition of Wildlife Commercial Breeder / Dealer Permits for Deer, Elk and Other Cervids for New Facilities

RULE 002.00.02-010. Approved Aquaculture Species Policy; Changes to Commercial Fishing Regulations for 2002; Prohibition of Wildlife Commercial Breeder / Dealer Permits for Deer, Elk and Other Cervids for New Facilities

LICENSES, PERMITS, STAMPS, TAGS, COSTS AND EXPIRATION DATES

FISHING LICENSE/PERMITS

CODE

COST

EXP. DATE

Resident Fisheries Conservation License ......

FSH

$ 10.50

**

Resident 3-Day Trip License

RT3

$ 6.50

*

Non-Resident Annual Fishing License ..........

NRF

$ 32.00

**

Non-Resident 14-Day Trip Fishing License..

N14

$ 22.00

*

Non-Resident 7-Day Trip Fishing License....

NT7

$ 17.00

*

Non-Resident 3-Day Trip Fishing License....

NT3

$ 11.00

*

Arkansas Trout Permit ..................................

TPR

$ 5.00

**

Non-Resident Trout Permit ...........................

TPN

$ 9.00

**

White River Border Lakes License.....

WRL

$ 10.00

**

Fish Farmer (Aquaculturist) Permit ................

FF

$ 25.00

Dec. 31

Alligator Farmer/Dealer Permit ......................

AFP

$200.00

June 30

Alligator Tags ................................................

  

$ 4.00

June 30

Alligator Snapping Turtle Farmer/

Dealer Permit ...............................................

AST

$100.00

June 30

Bull Frog Permit (Must have valid Fish Farmer Permit) ............................................

BP

$ 25.00

Dec. 31

Guide License/Fishing .................................

GLF

$ 25.00

**

Non-Resident Guide License/Fishing

GNF

$150.00

**

Scientific Collecting Permit

SCP

$ 50.00

*

FISH COMMERCIALIZATION:

        

Hoop Nets (with or w/o leads), turtle nets...

HN

$ 4.00

Dec. 31

Slat Traps & Fiddler Nets ............................

FS

$ 12.50

Dec. 31

Commercial Trotlines (inc. snaglines, throwlines, limb lines, set hooks) per 100 ft, & turtle box traps (ea.) .....................

TL

$ 2.00

Dec. 31

Commercial Tackle (Seine, Trammel & Gill Nets) 100 yds. or fractional part thereof per tag .............................................

SNS

$ 15.00

Dec. 31

Resident Commercial Fisherman's Permit & Fisheries Conservation License...

CFS

$ 25.00

Dec. 31

Commercial Fisherman's Helper Permit ........

CFH

$ 25.00

Dec. 31

Ark. Resident Junior/Senior Commercial Fishing Permit .............................................

JSC

$ 14.50

Dec. 31

Resident Shell Taker and Seller ...................

STS

$100.00

Dec. 31

Shell Taker Helper Permit ............................

SH

$100.00

Dec. 31

Shell Buyer ...................................................

SBR

$1,000.00

Dec. 31

Non-Resident Shell Buyer ............................

SBN

$2,000.00

Dec. 31

Shell Buyer's Agent Permit ..........................

SA

$100.00

Dec. 31

Resident Fish Dealer ...................................

MD

$ 10.00

Dec. 31

Non-Resident Fish Dealer ..........................

FDN

$250.00

Dec. 31

Minnow Dealer Tackle (Minnow

(Seine, Traps or Lifts) ..................................

MS

$ 5.00

Dec. 31

Resident Roe Taker/Seller Permit

RTS

$500.00

Dec. 31

Resident Roe Taker/Helper Permit

RH

$100.00

Dec. 31

Resident Roe Buyer/Exporter Permit

RBE

$1,000.00

Dec. 31

Non-Resident Roe Buyer Permit

RBN

$2,000.00

Dec. 31

* Good from requested day of issue for period of license.

**Good from 1 year of purchase date.

Section 32.00 General Fishing Regulations

32.12 THE RELEASE OF NATIVE OR NON-NATIVE AQUATIC WILDLIFE PROHIBITED It shall be unlawful to release any native or non-native aquatic wildlife, including their eggs, into the public waters of the State of Arkansas without the written permission of the Chief of Fisheries, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Excess baitfish (including crayfish) shall not be released alive into public waters. Any request for importation of salmonids and salmonid eggs must be accompanied by an official disease free certification conducted under the guidelines set forth by the American Fisheries Society Fish Health Blue Book - Procedures for the Detection and Identification of Certain Fish Pathogens, Fourth Edition.

EXCEPTION:

(1) Aquatic species may be released into the waters from which they were taken.

PENALTY: $100.00 to $1,000.00.

32.14 COTTON LINE ANCHORING REQUIREMENTS All trotlines, snaglines, throwlines, limblines, and set hooks shall be tied-off or anchored at both ends with 100% cotton line only.

EXCEPTION:

(1) All legal commercial fishing tackle.

PENALTY: $50.00 to $1,000.00.

32.15 THE USE OR SALE AS BAITFISH OF GRASS CARP, SILVER CARP, BLACK CARP, BIGHEAD CARP, OR EUROPEAN RUDD PROHIBITED

It shall be unlawful to use or offer for sale as baitfish Grass Carp, Silver Carp, Black Carp, Bighead Carp, or European Rudd to vendors and anglers within the State.

PENALTY: $100.00 to $1,000.00.

32.16 TRANSPORTATION OF ZEBRA MUSSELS PROHIBITED It shall be unlawful to knowingly transport zebra mussels into or between the waters of the State of Arkansas.

PENALTY: $100.00 to $1,000.00.

32.17 RESTRICTIONS FOR TAKING SUCKERS.

32.XX PERMIT REQUIRED TO POSSESS SILVER CARP, BIGHEAD CARP, DIPLOID BLACK CARP, OR EUROPEAN RUDD. It shall be unlawful to possess live silver carp, bighead carp, diploid black carp, or European rudd without obtaining a current Restricted Species Possession Permit for said species.

PENALTY: $100.00 to $1,000.00.

Section 42.00 Fish Farmer (Aquaculturist) Regulations

42.00-A AQUACULTURE SPECIES DEFINED. Aquaculture Species shall mean any species listed on the Approved Aquaculture Species List (available from Fisheries Division) and species not listed but allowed under Unlisted or Restricted Species Possession Permits.

42.00-AB FISH FARMER (AQUACULTURIST) DEFINED. A Fish Farmer (Aquaculturist) shall mean any person, firm, or corporation engaged in the propagation or production of Aquaculture Species on property owned or controlled by said farmer.

42.01 FISH FARMER (AQUACULTURIST) PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. It shall be unlawful for fish farmers to culture and/or sell Aquaculture Species without first obtaining a Fish Farmers (Aquaculturist) Permit annually. A Fish Dealer License is required to sell minnows retail unless sold on property where minnows are grown.

PENALTY: $100.00 to $1,000.00.

42.02 FISH FARMER (AQUACULTURIST) SALES RECORDS REQUIREMENTS. It shall be unlawful for fish farmers (Aquaculturists) to fail to maintain legible records indicating sales and shipments and to reveal said records to a Commission Officer for inspection upon request.

PENALTY: $100.00 to $1,000.00.

42.03 FISH FARMER (AQUACULTURIST) BILL OF LADING REQUIREMENTS. It 10-99 shall be unlawful for fish farmers (Aquaculturists) to fail to furnish bill of lading or bill of sale as specified herein:

(A) A bill of sale or true bill of lading must be supplied to each purchaser offish indicating the species, number "or weight" offish sold, name of purchaser and name and permit number offish farmer making transaction and accompany shipment to final destination.

(B) The name and address of the consignor and consignee must be indicated on a true bill of lading for fish shipped or transported in intrastate commerce.

(C) The original fish farmer's permit number must be indicated on each and every bill of sale, invoice or bill of lading covering each fish transaction.

PENALTY: $100.00 to $1,000.00.

42.04 FISH FARMER (AQUACULTURIST) TACKLE REQUIREMENTS. It shall be unlawful for fish fanners (Aquaculturists) to use or transport illegal commercial tackle without first complying with Commission Code 42.01 (Fish Farmer (Aquaculturist) Permit Requirements).

PENALTY: $100.00 to $1,000.00.

42.09 REARING OR SALE OF RESTRICTED AND UNLISTED AQUACULTURE SPECIES PROHIBITED.

It shall be unlawful to engage in the rearing or sale of aquatic species not listed on the Approved Aquaculture Species List (list available from Fisheries Division) without first applying for and obtaining a Restricted Species Possession Permit (Restricted Species List available from the Fisheries Division) or an Unlisted Aquaculture Species Permit from the Chief of Fisheries.

EXCEPTION:

(1) The sale of native crayfish and turtle species that naturally colonize culture facilities is allowed.

(2) Marine and tropical aquatic species commonly distributed in the aquarium trade may be sold without special permit, as long as they are held only in closed aquarium systems and not otherwise prohibited.

(3) The rearing and sale of turtles as allowed under Commission Code Section 39.

PENALTY: $350.00 to $1,000.00

41.05(A) RESIDENT ROE TAKER/SELLER PERMIT REQUIREMENTS It shall be unlawful to take, sell or possess paddlefish (also called spoonbill catfish)- or sturgeon or their parts, including eggs (roe), without first obtaining a current Resident Roe Taker/Seller Permit. A commercial fishing license is required to purchase a Resident Roe Taker/Seller Permit.

EXCEPTION:

(1) A person with a Resident Roe Taker/Helper Permit may harvest or assist in the harvest of paddlefish or sturgeon when in the immediate presence of a permitted Roe Taker/Seller.

(2) Sport fishermen in compliance with Code 31 .01B, Game Fish Possession Limit Restrictions.

(3) Permitted fish farmers in compliance with Code 42.10, Paddlefish, Sturgeon and Bowfin Roe Regulations.

PENALTY: $500.00 to $1,000.00 and fishing privileges may be suspended in accordance with Code 11.05, Revocation of Privileges.

41.05(B) RESIDENT ROE BUYER/EXPORTER AND NON-RESIDENT ROE BUYER/EXPORTER PERMIT REQUIREMENTS. It shall be unlawful to buy or export across the stateline paddlefish or sturgeon or their parts, including eggs (roe), without first obtaining a current Resident Roe Buyer/Exporter Permit or Non-Resident Buyer/Exporter Permit, as applicable. Licensed commercial fishermen who hold current Resident Roe Buyer/Exporter Permit may also take paddlefish and sturgeon in accordance with applicable season, size and tackle regulations.

EXCEPTION:

(1) Sportsmen in compliance with Code 31.0 1B, Game Fish Possession Limit Restrictions.

(2) Permitted fish farmers in compliance with Code 42.10, Paddlefish, Sturgeon and Bowfin Roe Regulations.

PENALTY: $500.00 to $1,000.00 and fishing privileges may be suspended in accordance with Code 11.05, Revocation of Privileges.

41.12 UNDERSIZED COMMERCIAL FISH PROHIBITED. It shall be unlawful for commercial fishermen to possess catfish or buffalo fish less than 16 inches in length or paddlefish, sturgeon and bowfin of any size taken from public waters.

EXCEPTION:

(1) Twelve (12) inch or larger blue and channel catfish only may be taken in waters specified in Section 41.24.

(2) Holders of a current Resident Roe Taker/Seller Permit or Resident Roe Buyer/Exporter Permit in compliance with Code 41.05(A) or Code 41.05(B) may possess paddlefish 36 inches or larger in body length measured from front of eye to fork of tail in the open portion of the Arkansas River, 32 inches or larger in body length in the open portion of the White River and 34 inches or larger in body length for all other waters open to paddlefish harvest or sturgeon when in season.

PENALTY: $100.00 to $1,000.00 and fishing privileges may be suspended in accordance with Code 11.05, Revocation of Privileges

41.30 PADDLEFISH AND STURGEON POSSESSION RESTRICTIONS ON WHITE RIVER, ARKANSAS RIVER AND BORDER WATERS It shall be unlawful to commercially take or possess paddlefish (also called spoonbill catfish) or sturgeon or their parts, including eggs (roe), from:

(A) That part of the White River, from Hwy 67 bridge at Newport, upstream to Dam 1 at Batesville.

(B) The following border waters with Louisiana from November 1 through April 30: Red River in Hempstead, Lafayette, Little River, and Miller counties; Ouachita River from the Louisiana State Line to 100 yards below Felsenthal Lock and Dam; Bayou Bartholomew from the Louisiana state line to its source in Jefferson County; Bodcau Bayou from the Louisiana state line to the base of Lake Erling Dam; Boeuf River from the Louisiana state line to its source in Chicot County; and Bayou Macon from the Louisiana state line to its source in Desha County.

(C) The portion of the Arkansas River extending from Ozark Lock and Dam upstream to the Oklahoma State Line year-round except for during special seasons as determined by the Director of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

PENALTY: $100.00 to $1,000.00.

41.39 PADDLEFISH AND STURGEON HARVEST RESTRICTIONS It shall be unlawful to take from public waters or possess paddlefish (also called spoonbill catfish) or sturgeon or their parts, including eggs (roe), during the period of Noon, April 15 to Noon, November 15.

EXCEPTION:

(1) Permitted Resident Roe Buyers/Exporters and permitted Non-Resident Roe Buyers may possess processed roe only with proper reports of transactions described in Code 41.05(C).

(2) Sportfishermen in compliance with Code 31.01B, Game Fish Possession Limit Restrictions.

(3) Permitted fish farmers in compliance with Code 42.10, Paddlefish, Sturgeon and Bowfin Roe Regulations.

(4) Sturgeon may be taken till Noon, May 1.

PENALTY: $500.00 to $1,000.00, and fishing privileges may be suspended in accordance with Code 11.05, Revocation of Privileges.

41.XX CUTTING OR MUTILATION OF PADDLEFISH AND STURGEON PROHIBITED. It shall be unlawful to cut or mutilate paddlefish or sturgeon and release the fish back to the wild. A 12-gauge needle may be used to determine the presence of eggs. Eggs may not be removed from harvested fish while on the water unless a minimum 2-inch portion of each ovary remains attached in each fish. Eggs must be kept in separate containers, one fish only per container.

PENALTY: $500.00 to $1000.00 and fishing privileges may be suspended in accordance with Code 11.05, Revocation of Privileges.

15.12 WILDLIFE COMMERCIAL BREEDER/DEALER PERMIT REQUIREMENT.

(A) It shall be unlawful for a person to rear, breed, propagate, produce or distribute any fur-bearing animals, game animals, game birds, or other wildlife for commercial purposes without a Wildlife Commercial Breeder/Dealer Permit.

(B) Wildlife Commercial Breeder/Dealer Permits for new facilities rearing, breeding, propagating, producing or distributing any member of the cervidae family, including, but not limited to white-tailed deer and elk shall not be issued after October 17, 2002.

EXCEPTIONS:

(1) Fish, bullfrogs, mussels, turtles, and alligators in compliance with the following Commission Codes:

(a) Commission Code Section 36.00 (Bull Frog Regulations);

(b) Commission Code Section 37.00 (Minnow Regulations);

(c) Commission Code Section 38.00 (Fresh Water Mussel Regulations);

(d) Commission Code Section 39.00 (Turtle Regulations);

(e) Commission Code Section 40.00 (Alligator Farming Regulations);

(f) Commission Code Section 41.00 (Commercial Fishing Regulations);

(g) Commission Code Section 42.00 (Fish Farmer Regulations);

(h) Commission Code 10.15 (Live Fox and Coyote Permit);

(i) Commission Code 15.08 (Commercial Game Bird Shooting Resort License).

PENALTY: $100.00 to $1000.00

01.00-D CONFISCATION AND SEIZURE

(A) Any wildlife, including but not limited to game animals, birds and fish, that is taken, transported, or sold in violation of any Commission Code regulation is declared to be contraband and may be seized under authority of this Commission Code. Upon conviction of the offender, or sooner if the court having jurisdiction so orders, title to the wildlife shall be forfeited to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and such wildlife released or disposed of in accordance with Commission policy.

(B) Any equipment, including but not limited to guns, archery equipment, traps, tackle, nets, boats, lights, motors, vehicles and other fishing or hunting gear or devices, used in connection with a violation of any of the following Commission Code regulations is declared to be contraband and may be seized under authority of this Commission Code:

03.13 Special Guide License Requirements.

04.03 Hunting Wild Turkey Over Bait Prohibited.

04.06 Wild Turkey Hen Restrictions

06.04 Taking of Doe Deer Prohibited

07.03 Modem Firearms Prohibited During Muzzleloading Deer Seasons.

08.03 Possession of Firearms While Archery and Crossbow Hunting Prohibited.

11.04 Hunting or Fishing After Revocation of License Prohibited

15.17 Wildlife Translocation Permit Requirement.

15.18 Importation of Cervids Prohibited

17.03 Legal Bull Elk Requirements

17.04 Taking of Antlerless Elk Prohibited

18.01 Hunting Wildlife in Closed Season Prohibited

18.02 Night Hunting Prohibited

18.03 Selling Wildlife Restrictions.

18.05 Taking Wildlife at Night From a Boat Prohibited.

18.14 Taking of Alligator Prohibited.

18.20 Taking of Raptors and Bald Eagles Prohibited.

19.12 Endangered Species Protected.

20.06 Cutting Devices Prohibited on Commission Owned WMAs and WDAs.

25.09 Guiding Restrictions on Certain Wildlife Management Areas.

32.01 Taking Fish With Electrical Devices, Firearms, Explosives, Toxic, Stupefying Or Killing Substances Prohibited.

32.02 Trapping Fish Prohibited.

41.05 (A) Resident Roe Taker/Seller Permit Requirements.

41.05 (B) Resident Roe Buyer/Exporter and Non-Resident Roe Buyer/Exporter Permit Requirements.

41.05 (C) Roe Buyer/Exporter Reporting Requirements.

41.08 Illegal Commercial Tackle Prohibited.

41.13 Commercial Fishing by Non-Resident Prohibited.

41.39 Closed Paddlefish, Sturgeon and Bowfin Harvest Season.

Upon conviction of the offender, the court having jurisdiction may order title to the equipment forfeited to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and such equipment disposed of in accordance with Commission policy. Equipment confiscated may be advertised and sold at public auction with the proceeds of the sale to be deposited in the Game Protection Fund.

(C) Procedural matters regarding seizure and forfeiture of contraband not otherwise addressed herein shall be governed by the provisions of Rule 15 (Disposition of Seized Things) of the Arkansas Rules of Criminal Procedure, as amended.

Approved 2003 Spring Turkey Seasons and Codes 02.04 WILD TURKEY SEASONS (2002-2003). It shall be unlawful to take or attempt to take wild turkey other than during the open seasons as specified herein:

2003 Spring Wild Turkey Gun, Archery/Crossbow Season:

April 5-May 11, 2003 in Spring Turkey Zones 1, 2, 3, 4B, 5, 5B, 6, 7, 7A, 8, 9,10 and 17.

April 5 - April 18, 2003 in Spring Turkey Zones 1A, 4, 4A, 5A and 9A.

EXCEPTION:

(1) Reference Code 23.01 (Certain WMAs and WDAs Closed to Spring Turkey Hunting) and 23.02 (Spring Turkey Season Restrictions on Certain WMAs.)

2002-2003 Fall Wild Turkey Archery and Crossbow Seasons: October 1. 2002 - February 28. 2003 in Fall Archery/Crossbow Zones. Limit: one either-sex turkey.

EXCEPTION:

(1) Reference Code 23.03 (Certain WMAs Closed for Fall Archery/Crosbow Turkey Season) and 23.04 (Fall Archery/Crossbow Season Restrictions on Certain WMAs.)

2002 Fall Wild Turkey Gun Season:

October 10-16, 2002 in Fall Firearms Turkey Zone. Limit: one either sex turkey.

EXECPTION:

(1) Reference Code 23.05 (Certain WMAs and WDAs Closed for Fall Firearms Turkey Season).

PENALTY: $200.00 to $1,000.00.

02.12 GAME ANIMAL DAILY BAG LIMIT AND POSSESSION RESTRICTIONS. It shall be unlawful to take or attempt to take more than the bag limit of any game species set forth by the Commission as specified herein: (Ref: Section 01.00-C Bag Limit).

(A) Deer:

(1) Individual seasonal limit of four (4) deer, no more than two of which may be legal bucks.

(2) Individual limit of one (1) deer with modern gun for holders of Resident Wildlife Conservation License (HNT).

(3) Deer camp doe tags do not apply toward an individual annual bag limit.

(B) Quail:

Daily bag limit 6, Possession limit 12.

(C) Rabbit:

Daily bag limit 8, Possession limit 16.

(D) Raccoon:

No daily bag limit.

(E) Squirrel:

Daily bag limit 8, Possession limit 16.

(F) Wild Turkey:

2003 Spring Gun - Archery/Crossbow:

Individual limit of two (2) gobblers or bearded turkeys for spring season in Spring Turkey Zones 1, 2, 3, 4B, 5, 5B, 6, 7, 7A, 8, 9, 10 and 17; one (1) gobbler or bearded turkey in spring Turkey Zone 1A, 4, 4A, 5A and 9A. No more than one legal turkey may be taken per day, no more than one jake (sub-adult male) may be taken per season, and no more than two legal turkeys may be taken during the spring season in any combination of zones.

2002-2003 Fall Archery/Crossbow:

Individual limit of one (1) either-sex wild turkey in Fall Archery/Crossbow Turkey Zone.

2002-2003 Fall Gun:

Individual limit of one (1) either-sex wild turkey in the Fall

Firearms Turkey Zone.

(G) Bear:

Individual annual limit of one (1) bear.

(H) Elk:

Individual limit of one (1) elk by permit only.

PENALTY: $150.00 to $1,000.00.

05.03 TURKEY MANAGEMENT ZONE DESCRIPTION

Spring Turkey Zone 1A - Northwest Arkansas. Start at northwest corner of Arkansas; then south on Arkansas-Oklahoma state line to U.S. Hwy 62; east on U.S. Hwy 62 to I-540 near Fayetteville; then north on I-540 to U.S. Hwy 62; then northeast on U.S. Hwy 62 to Hwy 37 at Gateway; then north on Hwy 37 to Arkansas-Missouri line; then west along line to northwest corner of Arkansas.

Spring Turkey Zone 1 - Western portion of north-central Arkansas. Start at junction of Arkansas-Missouri state line and Hwy 37; then south on Hwy 37 to U.S. Hwy 62 at Gateway; then west on U.S. Hwy 62 to I-540; then south on I-540 to Hwy 16 at Fayetteville; then east on Hwy 16 to Hwy 74; then east on Hwy 74 to U.S. Hwy 412 at Huntsville; then east on U.S. Hwy 412 to Hwy 392 at Little Arkansaw; then south on Hwy 392 to Hwy 397; then south on Hwy 397 to Hwy 43; then southwest on Hwy 43 to Hwy 74 near Ponca; then east on Hwy 74 to Hwy 123 at Piercetown; then north on Hwy 123 to Buffalo River at Carver; then east along Buffalo River to U.S. Hwy 65; then south on U.S. Hwy 65 to Hwy 66 at Leslie; then east on Hwy 66 to Hwy 14 at Mountain View; then east on Hwy 14 to Hwy 58; then north on Hwy 58 to White River near Guion; then northwest along White River to U.S. Hwy 412 at Cotter; then west on U.S. Hwy 412 to Hwy 14 at Yellville; then northwest on Hwy 14 to U.S. Hwy 65 at Omaha; then north on U.S. Hwy 65 to Arkansas-Missouri state line; then west along line to Hwy 37.

Spring Turkey Zone 2 - Southwestern and south central portions of northwestern Arkansas. Start at U.S. Hwy 62 and Arkansas-Oklahoma state line; then go south along line to I-40 near Van Buren; then east on I-40 to U.S. Hwy 64 at Clarksville; then east on U.S. Hwy 64 to Hwy 164; then east on Hwy 164 to Hwy 7; then south on Hwy 7 to Hwy 27 at Dover; then north on Hwy 27 to Hwy 105 near Hector; then south on Hwy 105 to Hwy 124; then east on Hwy 124 to Hwy 95; then north on Hwy 95 to U.S. Hwy 65 at Clinton; then north on U.S. Hwy 65 to Hwy 16; then east on Hwy 16 to Hwy 92 at Greers Ferry; then east on Hwy 92 to Hwy 25 near Drasco; then northeast on Hwy 25 to Hwy 87 near Concord; then east on Hwy 87 to Hwy 157; then east on Hwy 157 to Hwy 14; east on Hwy 14 to White River at Oil Trough; northwest along White River to Hwy 58 near Williford; then south on Hwy 58 to Hwy 14; then west on Hwy 14 to Hwy 66 at Mountain View; west on Hwy 66 to U.S. Hwy 65 at Leslie; then north on U.S. Hwy 65 to Buffalo River; then west along Buffalo River to Hwy 123 at Carver; then south on Hwy 123 to Hwy 74 at Piercetown; then west on Hwy 74 to Hwy 43 near Ponca; then north on Hwy 43 to Hwy 397; then north on Hwy 397 to Hwy 392; then west on Hwy 392 to U.S. Hwy 412; then west on U.S. Hwy 412 to Hwy 74 at Huntsville; then west on Hwy 74 to Hwy 16; then west on Hwy 16 to I-540 near Fayetteville; then north on I-540 to U.S. Hwy 62; then west on U.S. Hwy 62 to Arkansas-Oklahoma state line; then south along line to I-40.

Spring Turkey Zone 3 - Eastern half of north central Arkansas. Start at Arkansas-Missouri state line and U.S. Hwy 65; then south on U.S. Hwy 65 to Hwy 14 at Omaha; then east on Hwy 14 to U.S. Hwy 412 at Yellville; then east on U.S. Hwy 412 to White River at Cotter; then southeast along White River to the Black River near Jacksonport; then north along Black River to the Current River near Pocahontas; then north along Current River to Arkansas-Missouri state line; then west along line to U.S. Hwy 65.

Spring Turkey Zone 4 - Western portion of northeast and east central Arkansas. Start at Arkansas-Missouri state line and Current River; then south along Current River to Black River near Pocahontas; then south along Black River to White River near Jacksonport; then east along White River to Hwy 14 at Newport; then east on Hwy 14 to U.S. Hwy 67; then south on U.S. Hwy 67 to I-40 near Little Rock; then east on I-40 to I-440; then south on I-440 to U.S. Hwy 165; then south on U.S. Hwy 165 to Hwy 15 at England; then south on Hwy 15 to Hwy 88; then south on Hwy 88 to U.S. Hwy 79; then north on U.S. Hwy 79 to U.S. Hwy 165 at Stuttgart; then south on U.S. Hwy 165 to Hwy 130 at DeWitt; then north on Hwy 130 to Hwy 33; then north on Hwy 33 to I-40; east on I-40 to Hwy 49 at Brinkley; then south on Hwy 49 to U.S. Hwy 70; then west on U.S. Hwy 70 to Hwy 302; then south on Hwy 302 to Hwy 86 near Clarendon; then south on Hwy 86 to Hwy 17 at Holy Grove; then south on Hwy 17 to Hwy 1; then north on Hwy 1 to Hwy 316; then east on Hwy 316 to Hwy 318; then south on Hwy 318 to Hwy 20; then east on Hwy 20 to Mississippi River Levee; then north on Levee to U.S. Hwy 49 at Helena; then west on U.S. Hwy 49 to Hwy 1 at Walnut Corner; then north on Hwy 1 to Hwy 1B at Jonesboro; then north on Hwy 1B to U.S. Hwy 63; then north on U.S. Hwy 63 to Hwy 228 at Sedgwick; then north on Hwy 228 to U.S. Hwy 412; then east on U.S. Hwy 412 to Hwy 141; then north on Hwy 141 to U.S. Hwy 62 at McDougal; then east on U.S. Hwy 62 to Hwy 139 near Pollard; then north on Hwy 139 to Arkansas-Missouri state line; then west along line to Current River.

Spring Turkey Zone 4A - Northeast Arkansas. Start at U.S. Hwy 62 and St. Francis River at the Arkansas-Missouri state line; then west on U.S. Hwy 62 to U.S. Hwy 49 at Piggott; then south on U.S. Hwy 49 to Hwy 1 at Jonesboro; then south on Hwy 1 to Hwy 163; then south on Hwy 163 to Hwy 214; then east on Hwy 214 to Hwy 373; then south on Hwy 373 to Hwy 163; then south on Hwy 163 to U.S. Hwy 64; then east on U.S. Hwy 64 to St. Francis River; then south along St. Francis River to U.S. Hwy 79 at Cody; then north on U.S. Hwy 79 to I-40; then east on I-40 to Mississippi River Levee; then north along levee to Arkansas-Missouri state line; then west along line to St. Francis River; then north along St. Francis River to U.S. Hwy 62.

Spring Turkey Zone 4B - Southern portion of southeast Arkansas. Start at Bayou Bartholomew and Arkansas-Louisiana state line; then north along Bayou Bartholomew to U.S. Hwy 79 near Pine Bluff; then north on U.S. Hwy 79 to U.S. Hwy 65; then south on U.S. Hwy 65 to U.S. Hwy 165; then east on U.S. Hwy 165 to Hwy 1; then east on Hwy 1 to Missouri-Pacific Railroad at Watson; then northeasterly along railroad to the Mississippi River levee; then south along levee to Arkansas-Louisiana state line; then west along line to Bayou Bartholomew.

Spring Turkey Zone 5 - Central portion of northeast Arkansas. Start at Arkansas-Missouri state line and Hwy 139; then south on Hwy 139 to U.S. Hwy 62; then west on U.S. Hwy 62 to Hwy 141; then south on Hwy 141 to U.S. Hwy 412; then west on U.S. Hwy 412 to Hwy 228; then south on Hwy 228 to U.S. Hwy 63; then south on U.S. Hwy 63 to Hwy 1B; then south on Hwy 1B to Hwy 1; then north on Hwy 1 to U.S. Hwy 49; then north on U.S. Hwy 49 to Hwy 62; then northwest on Hwy 62 to St. Francis River; then north along St. Francis River to Arkansas-Missouri state line; then west along line to Hwy 139.

Spring Turkey Zone 5A - Central portion of northeast and east central Arkansas. Start at Hwy 1 and Hwy 163 at Jonesboro; then south on Hwy 1 to U.S. Hwy 79 at Marianna; then east on U.S. Hwy 79 to St. Francis River at Cody; then north along St. Francis River to U.S. Hwy 64 at Parkin; then west on U.S. Hwy 64 to Hwy 163 at Levesque; then north on Hwy 163 to Hwy 373; then north on Hwy 373 to Hwy 214; then west on Hwy 214 to Hwy 163; then north on Hwy 163 to Hwy 1.

Spring Turkey Zone 5B - Eastern portion of east central Arkansas. Start at junction of Hwy 1 and U.S. Hwy 79 at Marianna; then north on U.S. Hwy 79 to I-40; then east on I-40 to Mississippi River levee; then south along levee to Hwy 131 at Seyppel; then north on Hwy 131 to Hwy 147; then south to Hwy 38; then east on Hwy 38 to county line rd.; then south to Mississippi River levee; then south along levee to its end near St. Francis River; then on a line due west from this point to the St. Francis River; then southeast along St. Francis River to the Mississippi River to the north end of the Helena Towhead Chute (known as Buck Island Chute); then south along Helena Towhead chute to the Mississippi River; then south along Mississippi River to the U.S. Hwy 49 bridge at Helena; then west on U.S. Hwy 49 to Hwy 1; then north on Hwy 1 to U.S. Hwy 79.

Spring Turkey Zone 6 - Arkansas River Valley. Start at I-40 and Arkansas-Oklahoma state line; then south along line to Hwy 96; then east on Hwy 96 to U.S. Hwy 71 at Mansfield; then south on U.S. Hwy 71 to Hwy 23 at Elm Park; then north on Hwy 23 to Hwy 10 at Booneville; then east on Hwy 10 to Hwy 9 at Perry; then south on Hwy 9 to Hwy 60; then east on Hwy 60 to U.S. Hwy 64 at Conway; then east on U.S. Hwy 64 to Hwy 36; then north on Hwy 36 to Hwy 310; then east on Hwy 310 to Hwy 5; then north on Hwy 5 to Hwy 31; then south on Hwy 31 to U.S. Hwy 67 at Beebe; then north on U.S. Hwy 67 to Hwy 14 at Newport; then west on Hwy 14 to White River at Newport; then west along White River to Hwy 14 at Oil Trough; then west on Hwy 14 to Hwy 157; then south on Hwy 157 to Hwy 87; then west on Hwy 87 to Hwy 25 at Concord; then west on Hwy 25 to Hwy 92 at Drasco; then west on Hwy 92 to Hwy 16 at Greers Ferry; then west on Hwy 16 to U.S. Hwy 65; then south on U.S. Hwy 65 to Hwy 95 at Clinton; then west on Hwy 95 to Hwy 124; then west on Hwy 124 to Hwy 105; then north on Hwy 105 to Hwy 27; then west on Hwy 27 to Hwy 7 at Dover; then north on Hwy 7 to Hwy 164; then west on Hwy 164 to U.S. Hwy 64; then west on U.S. Hwy 64 to I-40 at Clarksville; then west on I-40 to Arkansas-Oklahoma state line.

Spring Turkey Zone 7 - West central Arkansas. Start at Hwy 4 and Arkansas-Oklahoma state line near Cove; then east on Hwy 4 to U.S. Hwy 71; then south on U.S. Hwy 71 to Hwy 246; then east on Hwy 246 to Hwy 84 at Athens; then east on Hwy 84 to U.S. Hwy 70 at Salem; then east on U.S. Hwy 70 to Hwy 8 at Glenwood; then south on Hwy 8 to Hwy 84 at Amity; then east on Hwy 84 to I-30 near Social Hill; then north on I-30 to I-430; then north on I-430 to Hwy 10; then west on Hwy 10 to Hwy 9 at Williams Junction; then north on Hwy 9 to Hwy 10; then west on Hwy 10 to Hwy 23 at Booneville; then south on Hwy 23 to U.S. Hwy 71 at Elm Park; then north on U.S. Hwy 71 to Hwy 96 at Mansfield; then west on Hwy 96 to Arkansas-Oklahoma state line; then south along line to Hwy 4.

Spring Turkey Zone 7A - Central Arkansas. Start at I-430 and I-30 near Mabelvale; then north on I-430 to Hwy 10; then west on Hwy 10 to Hwy 9; then north on Hwy 9 to Hwy 60 near Perryville; then east on Hwy 60 to U.S. Hwy 64 at Conway; then east on U.S. Hwy 64 to Hwy 36 at Hamlet; then north on Hwy 36 to Hwy 310 at Mt. Vernon; then east on Hwy 310 to Hwy 5; then north on Hwy 5 to Hwy 31; then south on Hwy 31 to U.S. Hwy 67 near Beebe; then south on U.S. Hwy 67 to I-40; then east on I-40 to I-440; then south on I-440 to I-30; then south on I-30 to I-430.

Spring Turkey Zone 8 - Northern portion of southwest Arkansas. Start at U.S. Hwy 70 and Arkansas-Oklahoma state line near Ultima Thule; then east on U.S. Hwy 70 to U.S. Hwy 278 at Dierks; then south on U.S. Hwy 278 to Hwy 26 at Center Point; then east on Hwy 26 to Hwy 51; then east on Hwy 51 to I-30 at Arkadelphia; then north on I-30 to Hwy 84 at Social Hill; then west on Hwy 84 to Hwy 8 at Amity; then north on Hwy 8 to U.S. Hwy 70 at Glenwood; then south on U.S. Hwy 70 to Hwy 84 at Salem; then west on Hwy 84 to Hwy 246 at Athens; then west on Hwy 246 to U.S. Hwy 71; then north on U.S. Hwy 71 to Hwy 4 near Cove; then west on Hwy 4 to Arkansas-Oklahoma state line; then south along line to U.S. Hwy 70.

Spring Turkey Zone 9 - Central and south central Arkansas. Start at Arkansas-Oklahoma state Line and the Little River near Dogtown; then southeast along Little River to Red River at Fulton; then south along Red River to U.S. Hwy 82 at Garland; then east on U.S. Hwy 82 to Hwy 29 at Lewisville; then south on Hwy 29 to Arkansas-Louisiana state line; then east along line to Bayou Bartholomew; then north along Bayou Bartholomew to U.S. Hwy 79 at Pine Bluff; then north on U.S. Hwy 79 to Arkansas River; then northwest along Arkansas River to I-440; then south on I-440 to I-30; then south on I-30 to Hwy 51 at Arkadelphia; then west on Hwy 51 to Hwy 26; then west on Hwy 26 to U.S. Hwy 278 at Center Point; then north on U.S. Hwy 278 to U.S. Hwy 70 at Dierks; then west on U.S. Hwy 70 to Arkansas-Oklahoma state line; then south along line to the Little River near Dogtown.

Spring Turkey Zone 9A - Southwest Arkansas. Start at the Arkansas-Oklahoma state line and the Little River; then south and east along state line to Hwy 29 at Arkana; then north on Hwy 29 to U.S. Hwy 82 at Lewisville; then west on U.S. Hwy 82 to Red River; then north along Red River to Little River; then northwest along Little River to Arkansas-Oklahoma state line.

Spring Turkey Zone 10 - Southeast portion of east central Arkansas. Start at I-440 and Arkansas River near Little Rock; then southeast along Arkansas River to U.S. Hwy 79 at Pine Bluff; then south along U.S. Hwy 79 to U.S. Hwy 65; then south on U.S. Hwy 65 to U.S. Hwy 165 at Dumas; then north on U.S. Hwy 165 to Hwy 1 at Back Gate; then east on Hwy 1 to Missouri-Pacific Railroad at Watson; then northeasterly along railroad track to the Arkansas River; then south along Arkansas River, through the Cutoff to the White River; north on the Arkansas-Desha County Line following the White River to the Missouri-Pacific Railroad; then northeasterly along railroad track to the intersection of the west line of Section 9, T8S, R1W; then north along section line to the northwest corner of Section 4, T8S, R1W; then east along Township line to the Missouri-Pacific Railroad; then northeasterly along railroad track to Mississippi River levee south of Snow Lake; then north along levee to Hwy 20 near Elaine; then west on Hwy 20 to Hwy 318; then north on Hwy 318 to Hwy 316; then west on Hwy 316 to Hwy 1; then south on Hwy 1 to Hwy 17 at Cross Roads; then north on Hwy 17 to Hwy 86 at Holly Grove; then north on Hwy 86 to Hwy 302 near Clarendon; then north on Hwy 302 to U.S. Hwy 70; then east on U.S. Hwy 70 to U.S. Hwy 49; then north on U.S. Hwy 49 to I-40 at Brinkley; then west on I-40 to Hwy 33; then south on Hwy 33 to Hwy 130; then south on Hwy 130 to U.S. Hwy 165 at Dewitt; then north on U.S. Hwy 165 to U.S. Hwy 79 at Stuttgart; then south on U.S. Hwy 79 to Hwy 88; then north on Hwy 88 to Hwy 15; then north on Hwy 15 to U.S. Hwy 165 at England; then north on U.S. Hwy 165 to I-440; then south on I-440 to Arkansas River.

Spring Turkey Zone 17 - Same as Deer Zone 17.

FALL FIREARMS TURKEY ZONE: Start at the northwest corner of Arkansas; south on the Arkansas-Oklahoma state line to junction of U.S. Hwy 70; east on U.S. Hwy 70 to U.S. Hwy 278 at Dierks; south on Hwy 278 to Hwy 26; east on Hwy 26 to Hwy 51; east on Hwy 51 to I-30; northeast on I-30 to I-40; east on I-40 to U.S. Hwy 67; northeast on U.S. Hwy 67 to Hwy 14 junction; west on Hwy 14 to Newport; northwest on the White River to the Black River; northeast on the Black River to the Current River; northeast on the Current River to Arkansas-Missouri state line; west on Arkansas-Missouri state line to northwest corner of Arkansas.

FALL ARCHERY/CROSSBOW ZONE: Arkansas, Ashley, Baxter, Benton, Boone, Bradley, Calhoun, Carroll, Chicot, Clark, Clay, Cleburne, Cleveland, Columbia, Conway, Craighead, Crawford, Crittenden (all areas south of I-40 and east of the Mississippi River Levee), Cross (all of the county, except the western part bounded by the Languille River and the eastern part bounded by the St.Francis River), Dallas, Desha, Drew, Faulkner, Franklin, Fulton, Garland, Grant, Greene, Hempstead, Hot Spring, Howard, Independence, Izard, Jackson (the entire county, except the southeast portion bounded by Hwys 17 and 14), Jefferson), Johnson, Lafayette, Lawrence, Lee, Lincoln, Little River, Logan, Lonoke, Madison, Marion, Miller, Mississippi (east of the Mississippi River Levee), Monroe (the entire county, except the extreme northeast part of the county, bounded by Hwys 17 and I-40), Montgomery, Nevada, Newton, Ouachita, Perry, Phillips, Pike, Poinsett, Polk, Pope, Prairie, Pulaski, Randolph, St. Francis (the entire county, except the northwest part bunded by the Languille River and I-40), Saline, Scott, Searcy, Sebastian, Sevier, Sharp, Stone, Union, Van Buren, Washington, White, Woodfuff (west of Hwy 17) and Yell counties.

23.02 SPRING TURKEY SEASON RESTRICTIONS ON CERTAIN WMAS. It shall be unlawful to take or attempt to take turkeys during the spring turkey season on the following WMA's other than as specified herein:

QUOTA PERMIT HUNTS: Permit required. Only permit holders will be allowed to engage in any hunting-related activities on areas where a permit is required during quota permit hunts. Limit - one (1) legal turkey. Turkeys must be checked at designated check stations. Other specific regulations are listed below:

(1) Spring turkey season April 7-9, 2003 and April 11-13,2003 on BOIS D'ARC WMA. Ten (10) permits per hunt. BOIS D'ARC WMA will be divided into two compartments for these hunts. Permit holders with odd numbered permits will hunt the West compartment, while permit holders with even numbered permits will hunt the East compartment.

(2) Spring turkey season on CAMP ROBINSON/BELL SLOUGH WMA's. Three 3-day hunts: April 1-3, April 15-17 and April 21-23, 2003. Fifty (50) permits per hunt. Permit holders must also possess a "To Hold Harmless" brochure issued by the National Guard. All areas south of Declination Road and east of Cato Road, south of the pipeline and west of Cato Road, the impact area and the drop zone are closed.

(3) Spring turkey season April 8-10, April 15-17 and April 22-24, 2003 on CUT-OFF CREEK WMA. Twenty-five (25) permits per hunt. Hunting to end at 1:00 p.m. daily on permit hunts.

(4) Spring turkey season April 17-19 and April 24-26, 2003 on FELSENTHAL NWR and BERYL ANTHONY/LOWER OUACHITA WMA. Seventy-five (75) permits per hunt. Permit is good on either WMA or NWR lands. Permits available from Felsenthal NWR, P. O Box 1157, Crossett, AR 71635. Current signed Refuge hunt brochure also required when hunting on Refuge lands.

(5) Spring turkey season April 7-9, April 12-14, April 19-21, April 26-28 and May 3-5, 2003 on HAROLD E. ALEXANDER WMA. Thirty (30) permits per hunt.

(6) Spring turkey season April 19-21, 2003 on HOLLAND BOTTOMS WMA. Fifteen (15) permits per hunt.

(7) Spring turkey season April 7-9, 2003 on LAFAYETTE COUNTY WMA. Fifty (50) permits. Permitee's must possess the Lafayette County WMA Leased Land Permit (LLC) to participate in this hunt.

(8) Spring turkey season April 7-9 and April 18-20,2003 on REX HANCOCK/BLACK SWAMP WMA and CACHE RIVER NWR (all Refuge lands within an area bounded by Hwy. 17 on North, Hwy. 17 on East, Hwy. 38 on South, and Hwy. 33 on West). Twenty (20) permits. Permit is good on either WMA or NWR lands. Current signed Refuge hunt brochure is also required on NWR lands.

(9) Spring turkey season April 7-9, April 12-14, April 19-21 and April 26-28, 2003 on SHIREY BAY/RAINEY BRAKE WMA. Thirty (30) permits per hunt.

(10) Spring turkey season April 7-9 and April 11-13, 2003 on SULPHUR RIVER WMA. Forty (40) permits per hunt.

PRE-SEASON SPECIAL YOUTH PERMIT HUNTS: Special youth hunts will be held on the Wildlife Management Areas specified herein on March 29-30, 2003. Youths (under 16 as of 05-12-2003) only; must be accompanied by one unarmed adult. Youths must have successfully completed a hunter education course. Permit required for both youth and adult (Ref. Code 04.08). Only youth and an accompanying adult with appropriate permits will be allowed to engage in any activity other than those related to fishing on the following WMAs during the special youth permit hunts. Limit - one legal turkey. Turkey must be checked at designated check station(s).

(1) BAYOU METO WMA. Twenty-five (25) youth permits.

(2) CUT-OFF CREEK WMA. Twenty-five (25) youth permits. Hunting shall end at 1:00 p.m. daily.

(3) GULF MOUNTAIN WMA. Fifteen (15) youth permits.

(4) HAROLD E. ALEXANDER WMA. Twenty (20) youth permits.

(5) HOLLAND BOTTOMS WMA. Ten (10) youth permits.

(6) LAFAYETTE COUNTY WMA. Fifty (50) youth permits. Permitee's must possess the Lafayette County WMA Leased Land Permit (LLC) to participate in this hunt.

(7) MADISON COUNTY WMA. Twenty-five (25) youth permits.

(8) MUDDY CREEK WMA. Twenty-five (25) youth permits.

(9) NORFORK LAKE WMA. Nine (9) youth permits - three (3) for the Indian Head/Chapin Point Unit, two (2) for the Seward Point Unit, two (2) for the Bennett's Bayou Unit and two (2) for the Fulton County Unit. Successful permitee's must contact U. S. Army Corps of Engineers no later than March 14, 2003 for maps and a hunter survey questionnaire.

(10) PETIT JEAN WMA. Twenty-five (25) youth permits.

(11) REX HANCOCK/BLACK SWAMP and CACHE RIVER NWR (all Refuge lands within an area bounded by Hwy. 17 on North, Hwy. 17 on East, Hwy. 38 on South, and Hwy. 33 on West). Twenty (20) youth permits. Permit is good on either WMA or NWR lands. Current signed Refuge hunt brochure is also required on NWR lands.

(12) ST. FRANCIS FOREST WMA. Twenty-five (25) youth permits.

(13) SULPHUR RIVER WMA. Twenty (20) youth permits.

(14) TRUSTEN HOLDER WMA. Twenty (20) youth permits.

(15) W. E. BREWER/SCATTER CREEK WMA. Permit required, unlimited.

OTHER SPECIAL SEASONS OR RESTRICTIONS: Special restrictions are listed below:

(1) CUT-OFF CREEK WMA. March 31-April 6 and April 25-May 11, 2003. Archery/crossbow only. No permit required for archery hunting during the above periods. Limit - one legal turkey. Turkey must be checked at designated check stations.

(2) FELSENTHAL NWR and BERYL ANTHONY/LOWER OUACHITA WMA. YOUTH HUNT: March 29-30, 2003. Seventy-five (75) youth permits. Limit - one (1) legal turkey. Permit is good on either WMA or NWR lands. Permits available from Felsenthal NWR, P. O. Box 1157, Crossett, AR 71635. Current signed Refuge hunt brochure also required when hunting on Refuge lands. Turkeys must be checked at designated check stations in Ashley, Bradley, and Union counties.

(3) FELSENTHAL NWR and BERYL ANTHONY/LOWER OUACHITA WMA. ARCHERY/CROSSBOW: Same as Turkey Zone 9, except during Refuge/WMA Quota Permit Hunts. Current signed Refuge hunt brochure serves as a permit for archery hunting on Refuge land. Limit - two (2) legal turkeys on archery hunts. Turkeys must be checked at designated check stations in Ashley, Bradley, and Union counties.

(4) HENRY GRAY/HURRICANE LAKE WMA. April 19-20 and April 26-27, 2003. Youth (under 16 as of 05-06-2001) only; must be accompanied by one un-armed adult. Youth must have successfully completed a hunter education course. No permit necessary. These hunts will be canceled when the White River gauge at Augusta exceeds 26 feet and will remain closed until the gauge falls to 14 feet or below at Georgetown as recorded in the statewide newspaper (Ref. Code 20.17). Turkeys must be checked at designated check station.

(5) HOLLA BEND NWR. March 29-30 and April 5-6, 2003. Six (6) youth permits per hunt. Permits available from Holla Bend NWR, Route 1 Box 59, Dardanelle, AR 72834. Turkeys must be checked at area headquarters.

(6) HOLLA BEND NWR. April 7-May 11, 2003 or April 7-May 9, 2003. Archery/crossbow only. Refuge permit or fee required. Limit - two (2) legal turkeys. Turkeys must be checked at Refuge Headquarters.

(7) HOLLAND BOTTOMS WMA. April 12-14, 2003. Ten (10) youth permits. Turkeys must be checked at area headquarters.

(8) OVERFLOW NWR. April 7-May 11, 2003 or April 5-May 9, 2003. Archery/crossbow only. Current signed Refuge hunt brochure serves as a permit for archery/crossbow hunting. Limit - two (2) legal turkeys.

(9) PENALTY: $200.00 TO $1,000.00. In addition, a jail sentence not to exceed 10 days may be imposed and hunting privileges may be suspended in accordance with Code 11.05, Revocation of Privileges.

(10/28/2002)

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