Moose, Caribou, Elk, Mountain Lion, Canadian Lynx, Coyote

Section 208:1-aa

    208:1-aa Hunting Adventure Permits. – Notwithstanding the application, licensure, and permit requirements of Title 18, the executive director of fish and game may annually issue, at no cost, up to 2 licenses or permits to the New Hampshire Wildlife Federation to provide hunting adventures to New Hampshire residents 21 years of age or under with life-threatening, critical, or terminal illnesses. These licenses or permits shall be in addition to any limited hunting permit opportunities issued under Title 18, shall be at no cost to the organization, shall be valid anywhere in the state open to the taking of the species selected, and shall be valid to take game as specified in RSA 207:1, IX of either sex during the established hunting season for that species, with the exception of moose permits which shall be valid from October 1st through the end of the regular moose season. If the person using the permit is not properly licensed, he or she shall be exempt from licensing requirements under RSA 214:1 and hunter education requirements under RSA 214:23-a. The hunter shall be accompanied by a properly licensed person who is 21 years of age or older. The provisions of Title 18 and rules adopted thereunder which relate to method and manner of taking and reporting shall apply to hunting adventure permits.

Source. 2007, 44:1, eff. July 20, 2007. 2018, 64:2, eff. Jan. 1, 2019.