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In areas designated by the board, the department may apply any or all of the following conditions to a registration trapping permit:
(1) a permittee shall demonstrate
(A) the ability to identify the permit area;
(B) a knowledge of trap use and safety;
(2) a permittee shall attend an orientation course;
(3) only a specified number of permittees may trap during the same time period;
(4) a permittee may trap only in a specified subdivision within the permitted area;
(5) a permittee may only use traps or snares of a specified type or size;
(6) a permittee may only set a trap or snare as specified by the department;
(7) before receiving a permit, the permittee shall acknowledge in writing that he or she has read, understands, and will abide by, the conditions specified for the permit area;
(8) a permittee may trap only during the specified time periods;
(9) a permittee must check his or her traps within a specified interval;
(10) a permit applicant must be at least 10 years old;
(11) a permit applicant less than 14 years old must be accompanied by an adult with a valid trapping license;
(12) a permittee shall submit, on a form supplied by the department, information requested by the department about the permittee's trapping activities under the permit; the permittee shall submit this form to the department within the time limit set by the department;
(13) a permittee shall label the permittee's traps and snares as specified by the department.
History: Eff. 7/1/92, Register 122
Authority: AS 16.05.255
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