2013 Minnesota Statutes
Chapters 97 - 102 — Game and Fish
Chapter 97B — Hunting
Section 97B.515 — Taking Elk

MN Stat § 97B.515 (2013) What's This?

Subdivision 1. License required. A person may not take an elk without an elk license.

Subd. 2. Season and restrictions. The commissioner may, by rule, prescribe the open season and the areas and conditions for the taking of elk when the precalving population exceeds 20 animals.

Subd. 3. [Repealed, 1Sp2011 c 2 art 5 s 70]

Subd. 4. Taking elk causing damage or nuisance. The commissioner may authorize licensed hunters to take elk that are causing damage or nuisance from August 15 to March 1 under rules prescribed by the commissioner. The commissioner may issue licenses to hunters impartially selected from a list of elk hunt applicants who indicated on their application that they would be interested and available to respond to an elk damage or nuisance situation. Notwithstanding section 97A.433, subdivision 2, clause (2), a person receiving a license to hunt elk under this subdivision does not lose eligibility for future elk hunts.


1987 c 373 s 13; 1991 c 259 s 23; 1Sp2011 c 2 art 5 s 50

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