Any nonresident of this state who is 16 years old or older shall procure an annual "all game hunt license" to hunt all legal game in this state by filing an application with the Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources or any judge of probate or other person authorized to issue the license, stating his or her age, race, place of residence, and post office address and after paying to the person issuing the license a fee of two hundred seventy-three dollars ($273), plus a two dollar ($2) issuance fee, which fees shall be subject to adjustment as provided for in Section 9-11-68.
Every person making application for a nonresident hunting license as provided in this section and Sections 9-11-46, 9-11-48, and 9-11-49 shall provide a valid driver license number or, in the case of nondrivers, proof of permanent residence. All nonresident hunting licenses shall bear the driver license number of the licensee and the state where the license was issued, except in the case of nondrivers, and all licenses shall bear proof of residence as required by the Commissioner of Conservation and Natural Resources.
Every person who obtains a nonresident hunting license without providing a valid driver license number or, in the case of nondrivers, proof of permanent residence, shall be punished by a fine of not less than twice the applicable license fee.
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.
Last modified: May 3, 2021