TITLE 19             NATURAL RESOURCES AND WILDLIFE

CHAPTER 31     HUNTING AND FISHING REGULATIONS

PART 3                 HUNTING AND FISHING LICENSES AND APPLICATION

 

19.31.3.1               ISSUING AGENCY:  New Mexico department of game and fish.

[19.31.3.1 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.3.1 NMAC, 1/1/2021]

 

19.31.3.2               SCOPE:  Sportspersons interested in fishing, hunting and trapping and management of big game and furbearers in New Mexico.  Additional requirements may be found in Chapter 17 NMSA 1978 and other Parts of Title 19, Chapter 31 NMAC.

[19.31.3.2 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.3.2 NMAC, 1/1/2021]

 

19.31.3.3               STATUTORY AUTHORITY:  Sections 17-1-14, 17-1-26, 17-3-2, 17-3-5, 17-3-7, 17-3-13, 17-3-14, and 17-3-14.1 NMSA 1978, which pertain to the types of licenses and permits available and grant the state game commission authority to create regulations setting the license fees and application procedure.

[19.31.3.3 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.3.3 NMAC, 1/1/2021]

 

19.31.3.4               DURATION:  Permanent.

[19.31.3.4 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.3.4 NMAC, 1/1/2021]

 

19.31.3.5               EFFECTIVE DATE:  January 1, 2020, unless a later date is cited at the end of a section.

[19.31.3.5 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.3.5 NMAC, 1/1/2021]

 

19.31.3.6               OBJECTIVE:  Basic regulation, rules and procedures governing the issuance of licenses, permits and stamps, as well as special draw permits and licenses issued by the department pertaining to deer, elk, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, Barbary sheep, bear, turkey, oryx, ibex, javelina, furbearers, small game and other species determined by the state game commission.

[19.31.3.6 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.3.6 NMAC, 1/1/2021]

 

19.31.3.7               DEFINITIONS:  [RESERVED]

 

19.31.3.8               PUBLIC DRAW LICENSES AND PERMITS - APPLICATION FOR:

                A.            Application form:  Application for all public licenses and permits shall be submitted via the department website.

                B.            Application deadline(s):  Applications for all public licenses and permits, including population management hunts, Sandhill crane, pheasant, turkey, pronghorn, elk, Barbary sheep, bighorn sheep, bear, deer, oryx, javelina, and ibex hunts must be received by 5:00 p.m. on dates set by the state game commission.  If any licenses or permits are available after the drawing is completed, those licenses or permits may be sold online via secondary sale.

                C.            One applicant per application:  No more than one person may apply under each application number for bighorn sheep, bear, and GMU 5A private land deer.

                D.            Two applicants per application:  No more than two persons may apply under the same application number for youth-only Sandhill crane, youth-only pheasant, turkey, ibex and oryx.

                E.            Four applicants per application:  No more than four persons may apply under the same application number for Sandhill crane, pheasant, deer, elk, pronghorn, Barbary sheep and javelina.

                F.            Resident and non-resident application combination:  Any mixture or combination of residents and non-residents may make application for special drawing providing the number of applicants does not exceed the restriction of this section (Subsection D or E).

                G.            Applications rejected:  Applications for licenses may be rejected by the department if an applicant did not:

                                (1)           apply on the proper online form as designated by the director;

                                (2)           submit the correct or required information;

                                (3)           submit the correct license or application fee, and any other required fee;

                                (4)           meet the deadline date; or

                                (5)           comply with a current statute or rule.

                H.            More applications than permits:  If more applications for public licenses or permits are received than there are licenses or permits available, the available licenses or permits shall be allotted by means of a public drawing.

                I.             Increase in licenses or permits:  The number of licenses or permits available may be increased to accommodate corrections or errors by the department which results in the addition of names to the successful list.

                J.             Additional choices:  Applicants for public permits or licenses may designate additional choices for hunt periods.

                K.            Application categories:  Applications for special drawing hunts will be placed into the appropriate categories, as specified in Section 17-3-16 NMSA 1978 by department personnel or their designee.  Special drawings shall continue to draw applicants from the appropriate drawing pool progressively for each respective hunt code, starting with first choice applicants, then proceeding to second and subsequent choice applicants until the quota has been met or the pool of applicants has been exhausted.

                L.            Resident and non-resident applications:

                                (1)           To be placed in the separate pool designated for guided hunts, an applicant must have a valid registration number issued to a New Mexico outfitter as prescribed in Paragraph H of Section 17-3-6 NMSA 1978, on their application.

                                (2)           For an application to be successfully drawn, there must be a sufficient number of licenses or permits available for that hunt code to accommodate all applicants from their respective drawing pools.

                                (3)           Any licenses left over from the appropriate drawing pool will be allocated as prescribed in Subsection C of Section 17-3-16 NMSA 1978.

                M.           New Mexico department of game and fish customer identification number:  All persons purchasing licenses, making application to the department for hunt drawings for public licenses and permits, and converting private landowner authorizations to licenses must have a “New Mexico department of game and fish (NMDGF) customer identification number.”

                                (1)           “NMDGF customer identification number” shall be obtained only from the department and must be obtained prior to the submission of any application or private landowner authorization.

                                (2)           Each person making application for public drawing license, permit or private landowner authorization must use their own valid NMDGF customer identification number on his or her application.

                                (3)           Any application received without a valid NMDGF customer identification number or false NMDGF customer number will be rejected.

                N.            Trapper license restriction:  No nonresident who resides in a state that does not permit New Mexico residents to procure nonresident trapper licenses may purchase a New Mexico nonresident trapper license.

                O.            Director’s authority to adjust licenses and permits:  The director may adjust licenses or permit numbers for special drawings, by no more than one per hunt code, to comply with Chapter 17 NMSA 1978 and its corresponding rules.

[19.31.3.8 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.3.8 NMAC, 1/1/2021]

 

19.31.3.9               PRIVATE LAND - ELK LICENSES:

                A.            Private land licenses for elk will not be issued through the public draw.

                B.            The amount due for a private land elk license in the primary and special management zones as defined in 19.31.14 NMAC shall be composed of the “landowner authorization certificate” fee and the appropriate “certificate of application” fee as defined in 19.30.9 NMAC, and the appropriate license fees as defined in Sections 17-3-13 and 17-3-7 NMSA 1978.

                C.            Licenses for primary and special management zones will be issued only up to the number of authorizations allotted for each ranch and only to persons who provide a valid authorization and ranch number and pay the appropriate fees.

                D.            Ranch codes allowing purchase of private-land elk licenses in the secondary management zone, as defined in 19.31.14 NMAC, will be issued to landowners in accordance with 19.30.5 NMAC.

[19.31.3.9 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.3.9 NMAC, 1/1/2021]

 

19.31.3.10             NEW MEXICO RESIDENT MILITARY AND VETERAN DISCOUNT:

                A.            A New Mexico resident, as defined in Section 17-3-4 NMSA 1978, who is active duty military or a veteran of the United States military as defined by the New Mexico department of veterans’ services is eligible for a fifty percent discount on all licenses, permits and stamps as defined in 19.30.9 NMAC and in Section 17-3-13 NMSA 1978.  Exceptions:  No discount shall apply to the resident, disabled veteran game hunting and fishing combination license, or to any administrative fee, including the “landowner authorization certificate” fee, the “certificate of application” fee, and the license vendor fee.

                B.            Nonresident military personnel stationed on Fort Bliss who qualify for resident prices on big-game hunts that occur on Fort Bliss are not eligible for the resident military and veteran discount.

                C.            The department shall conduct audits to determine eligibility for benefits as defined under 19.31.3.10 NMAC.  Failure to provide requested documentation within the timeframe specified by the department shall result in the removal of the discount and suspension of any future discounts until such time as the requested documents are received and verified.

                D.            Any license, permit or stamp obtained by falsely claiming this discount is unlawful.

[19.31.3.10 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.3.10 NMAC, 1/1/2021]

 

19.31.3.11             RESTRICTIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

                A.            One license per big game species per year:  It shall be unlawful for anyone to hold more than one permit or license for any one big game species during the current license year unless otherwise allowed by rule.

                B.            Improper license and permit:  Any person who attempts to capture or shoot, hunts, kills, injures or takes, in any manner any big-game, small game or fur-bearing animal, turkey or game fish other than in accordance with the specified hunt code or dates, legal sporting arm, bag limit allowance or area designated on a license or permit issued by the department to that person is deemed to be hunting, fishing or trapping without a proper license as required by Section17-3-1 NMSA 1978 unless otherwise exempted by a valid commission rule.

                C.            Transfer of permits or licenses:  The director may grant the transfer of a hunting license or permit once it has been determined that prior to the hunt start date, a licensee or their official representative provides written, verifiable information indicating the licensee has died, sustained an injury or life-threatening illness, or has been subject to deployment by the United States military that prohibits the licensee from hunting.  Transfer requests must be submitted in writing prior to the hunt start date.  When a transfer of a license results in a higher license fee due to differences between the original licensee and the new licensee (age, residency, etc.), the difference shall be paid prior to issuance of a license or permit.

                D.            Refunds:  The director may grant the refund of a hunting license once it has been determined that a licensee or their official representative provides written, verifiable information indicating the licensee has died, sustained an injury or life-threatening illness, or has been subject to deployment by the United States military that prohibits the licensee from hunting.  Refund requests must be submitted in writing prior to the hunt start date.

                E.            Donation of permits or licenses:  Upon written request from a licensee or their official representative, the director may grant the donation of a hunting license for transfer to a youth 17 years of age or younger, a New Mexico resident veteran of the United States military as approved by the New Mexico department of veterans’ services, or a “first responder” who is a resident of the state of New Mexico as defined by Subsection B of Section 12-10D-2 NMSA 1978 who has been qualified through an approved nonprofit organization that promotes hunting, fishing and trapping activities.  The donor of the license shall not be eligible for a refund of license or application fees.  When a transfer of a license results in a higher license fee due to differences between the original licensee and the new licensee (age, residency, etc.), the difference shall be paid prior to issuance of a license or permit.  The state game commission must approve any nonprofit organizations prior to their participation in receiving, identifying or submitting recipients for donated licenses or permits.  In order to be an approved nonprofit organization, the organization must demonstrate to the state game commission their history and ability to promote hunting, fishing, and trapping activities.  A once-in-a-lifetime licensee may be reinstated as eligible to participate in future drawings for the same species and hunt type if the licensee donated his or her license to an individual qualified by an approved nonprofit organization.  Donation of a once-in-a-lifetime license will not prohibit the donor from applying for and receiving another license for the same species and restrictions in the future.

                F.            More than one application:  It shall be unlawful to submit more than one application per species for any license or permit issued through a special drawing, unless otherwise permitted by regulation.

                G.            Handicapped fishing or handicapped game hunting license qualifications:  To hold a handicapped fishing or handicapped game hunting license, the individual must be a resident of New Mexico and must attest to having a severe physical or developmental disability that substantially limits one or more major life activities.  Reasonable accommodation may be made, relating to these licenses, upon request.

                H.            Mobility impaired (MI) deer, elk, oryx, or pronghorn license qualifications:  To hold a mobility impaired deer, elk, oryx, or pronghorn license, a person must submit verifiable documentation on the proper department form that is attested to by a certified medical physician that the individual has a permanent mobility restriction which limits their activity to a walker, wheelchair, or crutches; or one or more permanent disabilities or conditions which substantially limit the individual’s ability to walk; and then obtain department approval for MI hunt eligibility.  Every person qualified as MI shall have their card/eligibility expire 48 months from the issuance date, and must resubmit their application and obtain department approval as required above prior to being eligible to apply for any MI hunt.

                I.             Youth only hunts:  Only applicants who are 17 years of age or younger on the opening day of the hunt are eligible to apply for or participate in any youth-only hunt, including federal youth waterfowl hunt days.  Applicants must have a valid hunter education certificate number, or mentor youth number for appropriate species.

                J.             Required information:  An individual making license application shall supply the department on the appropriate form with all required personal information including, but not limited to name, address, date-of-birth, last four digits of his/her social security number prior to an application form being processed or a license being awarded.

                K.            Military only hunts:  Applicants must be full time active military and proof of military status must be received by the department prior to applying for any military only hunt.

                L.            Returning Iraq/Afghanistan veteran oryx hunts:  Only New Mexico residents who served on active duty military during the Iraq or Afghanistan conflict are eligible to apply for Iraq/Afghanistan veteran oryx licenses.  Applicants must provide proof of appropriate active-duty military service prior to applying for any returning Iraq/Afghanistan veteran oryx hunt.

                M.           NMDGF customer identification number:  It shall be unlawful for an applicant to use another person’s NMDGF customer identification number or to provide false information to obtain a NMDGF customer identification number.

                N.            Application fee:  Prior to the drawing, all applicants for special hunt drawings for public draw licenses shall pay the applicable species license fees including depredation damage stamp, the required game hunting license fee and the non-refundable draw application fee as defined by 19.30.9.9 NMAC.  Disabled American veterans certified as holders of lifetime general hunting and fishing licenses are exempt from paying the application fee when applying for deer hunt drawings.

                O.            License, permit and stamp requirements:  A game hunting or game hunting and fishing license is required to hunt any small game species, and an annual game hunting or game hunting and fishing license is required to apply for or purchase any big-game or turkey license (exception:  disabled veteran card holders).  A habitat management and access validation is required in conjunction with any hunting, fishing, or trapping license (exceptions:  persons under age 18, free fishing license holders over age 70, and disabled veteran card holders).  A habitat stamp is required in conjunction with any hunting, fishing, or trapping license on forest service or bureau of land management (BLM) properties (exceptions:  anglers and trappers under age 12, free fishing license holders over age 70, and disabled veteran card holders).  Migratory bird hunters must possess a Harvest Information Program (HIP) number.  Waterfowl hunters must also possess a federal duck stamp.  Nonresidents must have a nongame hunting license or any valid hunting license to hunt unprotected or nongame species.  Draw permits must be accompanied by the appropriate hunting license(s) and stamp(s).  Additional permits may be required for specific hunting and fishing activities pursuant to 19.31.6.9 NMAC, 19.31.5.8 NMAC and 19.31.4.13 NMAC.

                P.            Penalty assessments:  When a person is issued a penalty assessment citation for fishing without a license, hunting small game without a license, or failing to possess an applicable habitat management and access validation, habitat stamp or second rod validation; the citation will serve as a license for that specific activity for 15 calendar days.  The person must remit the prescribed penalty amount indicated on the face of the citation within 30 days of the date of citation issuance.

[19.31.3.11 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.3.11 NMAC, 1/1/2021]

 

19.31.3.12             DENIAL OR REVOCATION:  Any applicant for any license, permit, certificate or registration will be automatically rejected if their name and other identifying factors appears on the department’s revocation list or a list of provided by the wildlife violator compact.

[19.31.3.12 NMAC - Rp, 19.31.3.12 NMAC, 1/1/2021]

 

History of 19.31.3 NMAC:

Pre-NMAC History:  The material in this part was derived from that previously filed with the State Records Center and Archives under:

Regulation No. 482, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Bear, Turkey, Elk, Antelope, Dusky Grouse, Tassel-Eared And Chickaree Squirrel, And Barbary Sheep, filed 5/31/1967;

Regulation No. 487, Establishing 1967 Seasons On Javelina And Barbary Sheep, filed 12/15/1967;

Regulation No. 489, Establishing Turkey Seasons For The Spring of 1968, filed 3/1/1968;

Regulation No. 491, Establishing Big Game Seasons For 1968 For Jicarilla Reservation, filed 3/1/1968;

Regulation No. 492, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Bear, Turkey, Elk, Antelope, Dusky Grouse, Tassel-Eared And Chickaree Squirrel, And Barbary Sheep, filed 6/6/1968;

Regulation No. 495, Establishing A Season On Bighorn Sheep, filed 10/2/1968;

Regulation No. 496, Establishing An Elk Season In The Tres Piedras Area, Elk Area P-6, filed 12/11/1968;

Regulation No. 502, Establishing Turkey Seasons For The Spring Of 1969, filed 3/5/1969;

Regulation No. 503, Establishing 1969 Deer Seasons For Bowhunting Only And Big Game Seasons For The Jicarilla Indian Reservation, filed 3/5/1969;

Regulation 504, Establishing Seasons on Deer, Bear, Turkey, Dusky Grouse, Chickaree And Tassel-Eared Squirrel, And Barbary Sheep, filed 6/4/1969;

Regulation No. 507, Establishing A Season On Bighorn Sheep, filed 8/26/1969;

Regulation No. 512, Establishing Turkey Season For The Spring Of 1970, filed 2/20/1970;

Regulation No. 513, Establishing Deer Season For Bowhunting Only In Sandia State Game Refuge, filed 2/20/1970;

Regulation No. 514, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Bear, Turkey, Elk, Antelope, Dusky Grouse, Tassel-Eared And Chickaree Squirrel, Barbary Sheep And Bighorn Sheep, filed 6/9/1970;

Regulation No 520, Establishing Turkey Seasons For The Spring Of 1971, filed 3/9/1971;

Regulation No. 522, Establishing 1971 Seasons On Deer, Bear, Turkey, And Elk On The Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation, filed 3/9/1971;

Regulation No. 523, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Dusky Grouse, Tassel-Eared And Chickaree Squirrel, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep And Bighorn Sheep, filed 6/9/1971;

Regulation No. 531, Establishing A Season On Javelina, filed 12/17/1971;

Regulation No. 532, Establishing Turkey Seasons For The Spring Of 1972, filed 3/20/1972;

Regulation No. 534, Establishing 1972 Seasons On Deer, Bear, Turkey, And Elk On The Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation, filed 3/20/1972;

Regulation No. 536, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Dusky Grouse, Chickaree And Tassel-Eared Squirrel, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep And Bighorn Sheep, filed 6/26/1972;

Regulation No. 542, Establishing A Season On Javelina, filed 12/1/1972;

Regulation No. 545, Establishing Turkey Seasons For The Spring Of 1973, filed 2/26/1973;

Regulation No. 546, Establishing 1973 Seasons On Deer, Bear, Turkey, And Elk On The Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation, filed 2/26/1973;

Regulation No. 547, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Dusky Grouse, Chickaree And Tassel-Eared Squirrel, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep And Bighorn Sheep, And Javelina, filed 5/31/1973;

Regulation No. 554, Establishing Special Turkey Seasons For The Spring of 1974, filed 3/4/1974;

Regulation No. 556, Establishing 1974 Seasons On Deer, Bear, Turkey, And Elk On The Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation, filed 3/14/1974;

Regulation No. 558, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Dusky Grouse, Tassel-Eared And Chickaree Squirrel, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx, And Ibex, filed 5/29/1974;

Regulation No. 565, Establishing Special Turkey Seasons For The Spring Of 1975, filed 3/24/1975;

Regulation No. 567, Establishing 1975 Seasons On Deer, Bear, And Turkey On The Jicarilla Apache And Navajo Indian Reservations And On Elk On The Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation, filed 3/24/1975;

Regulation No. 568, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Dusky Grouse, Chickaree And Tassel-Eared Squirrel, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex, filed 6/25/1975;

Regulation No. 573, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Dusky Grouse, Tassel-Eared And Chickaree Squirrel, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex, filed 2/23/1976;

Regulation No. 583, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex, filed 2/11/1977;

Regulation No. 590, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex, filed 2/15/1978;

Regulation No. 596, Establishing Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex, filed 2/23/1979;

Regulation No. 603, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex For The Period April  1, 1980 through March 31, 1981, filed 2/22/1980;

Regulation No. 609, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1981 through March 31, 1982, filed 2/17/1981;

Regulation No. 614, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1982 through March 31, 1983, filed 3/10/1982;

Regulation No. 622, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1983 through March 31, 1984, filed 3/9/1983;

Regulation No. 628, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1984 through March 31, 1985, filed 4/2/1984;

Regulation No. 634, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1985 Through March 31, 1986, filed 4/18/1985;

Regulation No. 640, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1986 through March 31, 1987, filed 3/25/1986;

Regulation No. 645, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1987 through March 31, 1988, filed 2/12/1987;

Regulation No. 653, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1988 through March 31, 1989, filed 12/18/1987;

Regulation No. 658, Establishing A System For Allocating Elk Licenses On Private And Public Lands Within Game Management Units, filed 6/1/1988;

Regulation No. 663, Establishing Opening Spring Turkey For The Period April 1, 1989 through March 31, 1990, filed 3/28/1989;

Regulation No. 664, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1989 through March 31, 1990, filed 3/20/1989;

Regulation No. 674, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1990 through March 31, 1991, filed 11/21/1989;

Regulation No. 683, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx, And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1991 through March 31, 1992, filed 2/8/1991;

Regulation No. 689, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx, And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1992 through March 31, 1993, filed 3/4/1992;

Regulation No. 700, Establishing Open Seasons On Deer, Turkey, Bear, Cougar, Elk, Antelope, Barbary Sheep, Bighorn Sheep, Javelina, Oryx, And Ibex For The Period April 1, 1993 through March 31, 1995, filed 3/11/1993.

 

History of Repealed Material:

19.31.3 NMAC, Hunting and Fishing License Applications, filed 1/17/2001 - Repealed effective 12/30/2004.

19.31.3 NMAC, Hunting and Fishing License Applications, filed 12/30/2004 - Repealed effective 4/1/2016.

19.31.3 NMAC, Hunting and Fishing Licenses and Application, filed 4/1/2016 - Repealed effective 10/31/2017.

19.31.3 NMAC, Hunting and Fishing Licenses and Application, filed 10/5/2017 - Repealed effective 1/1/2019.

19.31.3 NMAC, Hunting and Fishing Licenses and Application, filed 12/7/2018 - Repealed effective 1/1/2020.