Connecticut General Statutes Title 26. Fisheries and Game § 26-39. Hunting licenses for owners of packs of dogs

Any hunting organization or individual owning and using for hunting an organized pack of ten or more hounds or beagles may hunt foxes or rabbits for sport during the open season provided therefor, provided such organization or individual shall be licensed to do so.  The commissioner may issue such license upon application and the payment of an annual fee of forty-eight dollars.  Persons participating in hunting conducted with an organized pack of hounds under such a license shall not be required to have a hunting license.  No participant in such hunt shall carry firearms.


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