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NR 13.30(2)(p)3. 3. Section NR 10.12 (3) Open water restrictions.
NR 13.30(2)(p)4. 4. Section NR 10.12 (5) Taking methods.
NR 13.30(2)(p)5. 5. Section NR 10.12 (6) Tagging.
NR 13.30(2)(p)6. 6. Section NR 10.08 (6) Dressing.
NR 13.30(2)(p)7. 7. Section NR 10.12 (8) Shipment.
NR 13.30(2)(p)8. 8. Section NR 10.12 (9) Importation.
NR 13.30(2)(q) (q) Section NR 10.13 Furbearing animals.
NR 13.30(2)(q)1. 1. Section NR 10.13 (1) (a) Hunting. (modified by s. NR 13.36)
NR 13.30(2)(q)2. 2. Section NR 10.13 (1) (b) 1. Traps and snares.
NR 13.30(2)(q)3. 3. Section NR 10.13 (1) (b) 2. Bait or scent.
NR 13.30(2)(q)5. 5. Section NR 10.13 (1) (b) 5. Trap and snare placement. (modified by s. NR 13.37)
NR 13.30(2)(q)6. 6. Section NR 10.13 (1) (b) 6. Trap and snare use. (modified by s. NR 13.37)
NR 13.30(2)(q)7. 7. Section NR 10.13 (1) (b) 8. Killer traps and snares.
NR 13.30(2)(q)8. 8. Section NR 10.13 (1) (b) 9. Steeljawed traps.
NR 13.30(2)(q)9. 9. Section NR 10.13 (1) (b) 10. Toothed traps.
NR 13.30(2)(q)10. 10. Section NR 10.13 (1) (b) 11. Minimum waterset.
NR 13.30(2)(q)11. 11. Section NR 10.13 (1) (b) 12. Trap placement.
NR 13.30(2)(q)12. 12. Section NR 10.13 (1) (b) 13. Snare specifications.
NR 13.30(2)(q)13. 13. Section NR 10.13 (2) Molesting.
NR 13.30(2)(q)14. 14. Section NR 10.13 (3) (c) Special checking period.
NR 13.30(2)(r) (r) Section NR 10.145 Recording of bobcat. (modified by s. NR 13.37)
NR 13.30(2)(s) (s) Section NR 10.27 State park deer hunting.
NR 13.30 Note Note: Section NR 10.27 was repealed effective 7-1-06.
NR 13.30(2)(t) (t) Chapter NR 11 Closed areas located within the ceded territory.
NR 13.30(2)(u) (u) Chapter NR 15 Game refuges located within the ceded territory.
NR 13.30(2)(v) (v) Chapter NR 18 Falconry.
NR 13.30(2)(w) (w) Section NR 45.09 Firearms and hunting.
NR 13.30 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1990, No. 410, eff. 3-1-90; corrections in (1) (a) to (x) made under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 7., Stats., Register November 2001 No. 551; corrections in (1) (u), (v), (2) (c) and (j) 5. made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register May 2011 No. 665; corrections in (2) (j) 4. made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register July 2011 No. 667; CR 16-037: r. (2) (i) 6. Register April 2017 No. 736, eff. 5-1-17; correction in (1) (x) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register June 2017 No. 738; CR 16-028: am. (2) (f) (intro.) Register July 2017 No. 739, eff. 8-1-17; correction in (2) (o), (p) 6., made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register December 2018 No. 756.
NR 13.32 NR 13.32 Statutory modifications and exceptions.
NR 13.32(1)(1)Trap tags. Trap tags shall conform with the requirements of s. NR 13.05 (6). The provisions of s. 29.331 (1), Stats., relating to untagged traps remain applicable.
NR 13.32(2) (2)Back tags and clothing color. Back tags issued by the department and blaze orange clothing shall be worn by treaty rights participants only during the state deer gun season. The back tag is not a valid state license and may not be used as a state carcass tag.
NR 13.32(3) (3)Tagging. Deer shall be tagged in accordance with s. NR 13.38.
NR 13.32(4) (4)Group deer hunting. For purposes of this chapter, the term “Group deer hunting party," as used in s. 29.324, Stats., means 2 or more hunters, each of whom is a treaty rights participant, hunting in a group, all using firearms.
NR 13.32 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1990, No. 410, eff. 3-1-90.
NR 13.34 NR 13.34 Modifications to administrative code relating to migratory game bird hunting.
NR 13.34(1)(1)Season. Except as provided in this paragraph, open season for duck and goose hunting shall begin 15 days prior to the season established in s. NR 10.01 (1) (b) and continue through the respective seasons established in that paragraph except that Canada goose hunting on the Powell Marsh wildlife area shall close 5 days prior to the opening of the season established in s. NR 10.01 (1) (b).
NR 13.34(2) (2)Possession. Migratory game birds in possession or custody of tribal members on ceded lands shall be considered to have been taken on these lands.
NR 13.34(3) (3)Hours. Legal shooting hours shall be the same as the statewide hours established in s. NR 10.06 (2), except on the first day of the statewide migratory game bird season established in s. NR 10.01 (1) when shooting hours shall start at 12:00 noon.
NR 13.34(4) (4)Hunting from piers, etc. Treaty rights participants may hunt from piers, dams, docks or similar structures so long as they are publicly owned unless prohibited by the owner for safety purposes.
NR 13.34(5) (5)Bag limits. Bag limits and possession limits for migratory game birds shall be as follows:
NR 13.34(5)(a) (a) Ducks. The daily bag limit is reached when the point value, as established by this paragraph, of the last duck taken plus the total value of ducks already taken during that day reaches or exceeds 100 points. The possession limit for ducks taken off the reservation is double the daily bag limit. Point values shall be as follows:
NR 13.34(5)(a)1. 1. 100 points: Hen mallard, black duck.
NR 13.34(5)(a)2. 2. 70 points: Wood duck, redhead, hooded merganser.
NR 13.34(5)(a)3. 3. 35 points: Drake mallard, pintail, ring-necked duck, goldeneye, bufflehead, all other duck species not listed.
NR 13.34(5)(a)4. 4. 20 points: Blue-winged teal, green-winged teal, widgeon, gadwall, shoveler, scaup, common merganser, red-breasted merganser.
NR 13.34(5)(b) (b) Special scaup-only season. Bag limit of 5 per day; possession limit of 10.
NR 13.34(5)(c) (c) Rest period. If waterfowl distribution in certain locales is significantly altered because of hunting pressure by treaty rights participants as determined by the department, those locales will be closed in 48 hours by department order until noon on the opening day of the general state waterfowl season.
NR 13.34(5)(d) (d) Canada geese. Bag limit 3, possession limit 6.
NR 13.34(5)(e) (e) Other geese. (Snow geese, blue geese, white-fronted geese): Bag limit of 5, including the legal limit of Canada geese specified in par. (d) taken, during the open season, and including no more than 2 white-fronted geese; possession limit of 10, minus the number of Canada geese possessed taken during the open season, and including no more than 4 white-fronted geese.
NR 13.34(5)(f) (f) Coot and gallinule. 20 daily, singly or in aggregate; possession limit 40.
NR 13.34(5)(g) (g) Sora and Virginia rails. 25 daily, singly or in aggregate. Possession limit 25.
NR 13.34(5)(h) (h) Common snipe. 8 daily. Possession limit 16.
NR 13.34(5)(i) (i) Woodcock. 5 daily. Possession limit 10.
NR 13.34 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1990, No. 410, eff. 3-1-90.
NR 13.36 NR 13.36 Modifications to administrative code relating to hunting small game, furbearers and protected wild animals. The seasons for hunting specified small game, furbearers and protected wild animals shall be as follows:
NR 13.36(1) (1)Ruffed grouse. Beginning on the day after Labor Day and continuing through January 31.
NR 13.36(2) (2)Snowshoe hare. Year-round.
NR 13.36(3) (3)Cottontail rabbit. Year-round.
NR 13.36(4) (4)Red, gray and fox squirrel. Year-round.
NR 13.36(5) (5)Coyote. Year-round, except that the special closure specified in s. NR 10.01 (3) (h) 3. is applicable during the deer hunting season established in s. NR 13.38.
NR 13.36(6) (6)Red and gray fox. Beginning on the Saturday nearest October 10 and continuing through March 1.
NR 13.36(7) (7)Raccoon. Beginning on the Saturday nearest October 10 and continuing through March 1.
NR 13.36(8) (8)Bobcat. Beginning on the Saturday nearest October 10 and continuing through March 1.
NR 13.36(9) (9)Pheasants. Roosters and hens beginning the Saturday nearest October 17 at 12 noon and continuing for 54 consecutive days.
NR 13.36(10) (10)Woodchucks. Year-round.
NR 13.36(11) (11)Beaver. Year-round.
NR 13.36(12) (12)White deer. Beginning on the day after Labor Day and continuing through December 31.
NR 13.36 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1990, No. 410, eff. 3-1-90; am. (intro.), cr. (12), Register, May, 1992, No. 437, eff. 6-1-92.
NR 13.37 NR 13.37 Modifications to administrative code relating to trapping small game, furbearers and protected animals.
NR 13.37(1)(1)Closed season restriction. Traps and snares may not be set or placed during the closed seasons specified in sub. (2).
NR 13.37(2) (2)Seasons. The seasons for trapping small game and furbearers shall be as follows:
NR 13.37(2)(a) (a) Bobcat. Beginning the Saturday nearest October 10 and continuing through March 1.
NR 13.37(2)(b) (b) Coyote. Year-round.
NR 13.37(2)(c) (c) Cottontail. Year-round.
NR 13.37(2)(d) (d) Raccoon. Beginning on the Saturday nearest October 10 and continuing through March 1.
NR 13.37(2)(e) (e) Red and gray fox. Beginning on the Saturday nearest October 10 and continuing through March 1.
NR 13.37(2)(f) (f) Red, gray and fox squirrel. Year-round.
NR 13.37(2)(g) (g) Snowshoe hare. Year-round.
NR 13.37(2)(h) (h) Mink. Beginning on the Saturday nearest October 21 and continuing through March 1 north of state highway 64; beginning on the Saturday nearest October 28 and continuing through February 28 south of state highway 64.
NR 13.37(2)(i) (i) Muskrat. Beginning on the Saturday nearest October 21 and continuing through May 1 north of state highway 64; beginning on the Saturday nearest October 28 and continuing through April 30 south of state highway 64.
NR 13.37(2)(j) (j) Beaver. Year-round.
NR 13.37(2)(k) (k) Otter. November 15 through March 15.
NR 13.37(2)(L) (L) Fisher. November 15 through December 31.
NR 13.37(3) (3)Trap and snare placement near beaver dams. A treaty rights participant may place a trap or snare within 15 feet of a beaver dam provided the trap or snare is not placed on or touching the dam. The trap or snare shall be marked by a tag attached to an object above the water line and set near the trap or snare in a visible manner. The tag shall contain the information required by s. NR 13.05 (5).
NR 13.37(4) (4)Trapping and snaring hours. Treaty rights participants may trap or snare between the hours of 6:00 a.m. of the opening date for each furbearer and 12:00 midnight of the respective closing date.
NR 13.37(5) (5)Use of snares. Treaty rights participants trapping off-reservation may use snares only during established tribal small game and trapping seasons subject to the following specifications:
NR 13.37(5)(a) (a) Anchoring and tagging. Snares shall be permanently anchored so as not to drag and shall be tagged with a metal tag marked in a legible manner with the treaty rights participant's name and address.
NR 13.37(5)(b) (b) Manner of set. Snares may not be spring activated and shall be set in a manner which prevents an animal from being suspended off the ground or in the water unless it is attached to a drowning mechanism.
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