Part 13: INLAND FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE HEADING: PL 2003, C. 414, PT. A, §2 (NEW); PT. D,
§7 (AFF); C. 614, §9 (AFF)
Subpart 4: FISH AND WILDLIFE HEADING: PL 2003, C. 414, PT. A, §2 (NEW); PT. D, §7 (AFF); C.
614, §9 (AFF)
Chapter 915: HUNTING: SEASONS, REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS HEADING: PL 2003, C. 414, PT. A,
§2 (NEW); PT. D, §7 (AFF); C. 614, §9 (AFF)
Subchapter 2: HUNTING LICENSE REQUIREMENTS AND FEES HEADING: PL 2003, C. 414, PT. A, §2 (NEW);
PT. D, §7 (AFF); C. 614, §9 (AFF)
§11106. Eligibility for archery hunting license
A person is eligible to obtain an archery hunting license as provided in this section.
A. A resident or nonresident 16 years of age or older who has satisfied the requirements
of subsection 2 or holds an apprenticeship hunter license, or who is exempt under subsection 3, may obtain an archery hunting license to hunt with bow and arrow from the commissioner
or the commissioner's authorized agent. [2013, c. 139, §2 (AMD).]
B. A resident or nonresident 10 years of age or older and under 16 years of age may hunt
with bow and arrow if that person holds a valid junior hunting license. [2003, c. 414, Pt. A, §2 (NEW); 2003, c. 614, §9 (AFF).]
2013, c. 139, §2 (AMD)
2.Archery hunter education requirements.
Except as provided in paragraph A and subsection 3, a person who applies for an
archery hunting license other than a junior hunting license or an apprenticeship hunter
license must submit proof of having successfully completed an archery hunter education
course as described in section 10108 or an equivalent archery hunter education course
or satisfactory evidence of having previously held a valid adult archery hunting license
issued specifically for the purpose of hunting with bow and arrow in this State or
any other state, province or country in any year after 1979.
When proof or evidence cannot be otherwise provided, the applicant may substitute
a signed affidavit that the applicant has previously held the required adult archery
hunting license or has successfully completed the required archery hunter education
A. A person who is an enrolled member of the Passamaquoddy Tribe, the Penobscot Nation,
the Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians or the Aroostook Band of Micmacs who presents
certification from the respective reservation governor or the Aroostook Micmac Council
stating that the person is an enrolled member of a federally recognized nation, band
or tribe listed in this paragraph is exempt from the requirements of this subsection. [2013, c. 588, Pt. A, §12 (RPR).]
2013, c. 588, Pt. A, §12 (RPR)
3.Archery hunter education course exemption for members of armed forces domiciled in
A member of the Armed Forces of the United States on active duty who is permanently
stationed outside of the United States and home on leave is exempt from archery hunter
education course requirements under subsection 2 if that member shows proof at the
time of application for the license that that member's home state of record, as recorded
in that person's military service records, is Maine. A person who no longer meets
the conditions for an exemption under this subsection must satisfy the requirements
of subsection 2.
2013, c. 139, §2 (NEW)
2003, c. 414, §A2 (NEW).
2003, c. 414, §D7 (AFF).
2003, c. 614, §9 (AFF).
2005, c. 397, §E4 (AMD).
2007, c. 203, §§1, 2 (AMD).
2013, c. 139, §2 (AMD).
2013, c. 185, §1 (AMD).
2013, c. 408, §10 (AMD).
2013, c. 588, Pt. A, §12 (AMD).
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