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October 18, 2012 60-day Notice

KAR 115-8-19.  Personal conduct on department lands and waters; provisions, restrictions and penalties.  KAR 115-8-19. Personal conduct on department lands and waters; provisions, restrictions and penalties. 12.98 kB

This permanent regulation contains provisions, restrictions and penalties for personal conduct on department lands and waters. The proposed amendments would update the regulation in relation to possession of alcohol on department lands and waters based on legislative enactment.

KAR 115-8-19 Economic Impact Summary KAR 115-8-19 Economic Impact Summary 8.50 kB

The proposed amendments are not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-25-6.  Turkey; spring season, bag limit, permits, and game tags.  KAR 115-25-6. Turkey; spring season, bag limit, permits, and game tags. 16.82 kB

This exempt regulation establishes the spring season, bag limit, and game tags for wild turkeys. The proposed version of the regulation would change management units from 4 units to 6 units to coincide with changes previously made in the fall turkey season, would increase the bag limit in Unit 1 and would allow the use of Unit 4 permits in adjoining units.

KAR 115-25-6 Economic Impact Summary KAR 115-25-6 Economic Impact Summary 9.40 kB

The proposed regulation is not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-2-1.  Amount of fees.  KAR 115-2-1. Amount of fees. 26.78 kB

This permanent regulation establishes fish and wildlife-related license and permit fees. The proposed amendments would establish license options for individuals 65-74 based on legislative enactment this past session. Options would include hunting or fishing licenses at $9.00 respectively, a combination hunting and fishing license at $18.00 or a lifetime senior pass for hunting and fishing at $40.00.

KAR 115-2-1 Economic Impact Summary KAR 115-2-1 Economic Impact Summary 9.00 kB

The proposed amendments would increase department revenue to the wildlife fee fund but depending on the options chosen, any amount would be purely speculative at this time. Otherwise, the proposed amendments are not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.

KAR 115-18-22.  Senior pass valid for hunting and fishing; requirements, restrictions, and permit duration.  KAR 115-18-22. Senior pass valid for hunting and fishing; requirements, restrictions, and permit duration. 9.22 kB

This new permanent regulation establishes requirements, restrictions, and permit duration for the senior pass valid for hunting and fishing. The proposed regulation would allow residents 65 and older to purchase the pass, not invalidate the pass if the holder moves out of state, allow the purchase of deer and turkey permits at resident prices if the holder move out of state, and have the license expire on the death of the holder

KAR 115-18-22 Economic Impact Summary KAR 115-18-22 Economic Impact Summary 8.74 kB

The proposed regulation is not anticipated to have any appreciable negative economic impact on the department, other agencies, small businesses or the public.