A Class N stamp is a resident deer hunting stamp for antlerless deer. A Class NN stamp is a nonresident deer hunting stamp for antlerless deer. These stamps entitle the licensee to hunt and take antlerless deer of either sex
during the Class N season. The fee for a Class N stamp is ten dollars and the fee for a Class NN stamp is twenty-five
dollars. Class N and NN stamps may be issued only for the purpose of removing antlerless
deer when the Director determines it essential for proper management of the wildlife
resources. The Director may promulgate rules governing the issuance and use of the Class N
and NN stamps as deemed necessary to limit, on a fair and equitable basis, the number
of persons who may hunt for antlerless deer in a county, or part of a county. When the Director determines it essential that a Class N or NN season be held in
a particular county or part of a county, that season shall be set by the Natural Resources
Commission as provided in section seventeen, article one of this chapter. Bona fide resident landowners or their resident children, or resident parents, bona
fide resident tenants of such land and bona fide resident stockholders of resident
corporations which are formed for the primary purpose of hunting or fishing and which
are the fee simple owners of no less than one thousand acres of land upon which the
antlerless deer may be hunted are not required to have a Class N stamp in their possession
while hunting antlerless deer on their own land during the Class N season. A resident hunter, including those not required to purchase a license pursuant to
section twenty-seven of this article, must purchase and carry a valid Class N stamp. A nonresident hunter must purchase and carry a valid Class NN stamp. These stamps require that the licensee purchase the appropriate base license before
participating in the activities specified in this section, except as noted.
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