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Subchapter D. FURBEARERS


Sec.


141.61.    Trapping hours.
141.62.    Beaver and otter trapping.
141.63.    Definitions.
141.64.    [Reserved].
141.65.    [Reserved].
141.66.    Cable restraints.
141.67.    Furbearer seasons.
141.68.    Prohibited devices.
141.69.    Artificial cubbies.

§ 141.61. Trapping hours.

 Except on the opening and closing day of trapping seasons, furbearing animals may be taken by trapping any hour, day or night, during the open season. On the opening day of trapping season, it is unlawful to set, place or stake out traps prior to 7 a.m. On the closing day, traps shall be removed by sunset.

Source

   The provisions of this §  141.61 adopted June 19, 1987, effective July 1, 1987, 17 Pa.B. 2464; amended September 6, 1996, effective September 7, 1996, 26 Pa.B. 4339. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (202792).

§ 141.62. Beaver and otter trapping.

 (a)  General. There shall be one durable identification tag attached to each trap or snare by means of an extension wire of sufficient length so that the name tag is completely above the water or ice level and totally visible for inspection purposes. The name tag shall visibly set forth the owner’s first and last name and legal home address, or a number issued by the Commission.

 (b)  Unlawful acts. It is unlawful to:

   (1)  Place, or make use of, materials or products except raw native wood or stone to direct the travel of beaver or otter. Man-made materials may be used only to support traps or snares.

   (2)  Place, check, reset or tend a trap or snare on an established beaver dam or beaver house, or within 15 feet of either a dam or a house. Measurement shall be from directly above the trap or snare, across the water, ice or land to the nearest point of the structure.

   (3)  Set body-gripping traps larger than 10 inches in height by 12 inches in width.

   (4)  Set, tend or operate any number of traps or snares for beaver trapping in excess of the limits established by this paragraph.

     (i)   Beaver trappers are generally limited to a combined Statewide total of 20 traps or snares, no more than 10 of which may be traps. No more than 2 of the 10 traps may be body-gripping traps, except:

       (A)   In Wildlife Management Units where beaver bag limits are 40 per season, all 10 traps may be body-gripping traps.

       (B)   In Wildlife Management Units where beaver bag limits are 60 per season, all 20 traps or snares may be body-gripping traps.

     (ii)   Beaver trappers are limited to using no more than five traps or snares, no more than two of which may be body-gripping traps, in any Wildlife Management Unit with an open otter trapping season. This limitation is inclusive of any otter traps or snares set under paragraph (7). This limitation is applicable during periods when the open beaver trapping season overlaps by calendar date with the open otter trapping season.

   (5)  Check, set, reset or otherwise maintain a beaver or otter trap or snare, or remove a beaver or otter from a trap or snare, unless the person is identified by the attached name tag as the owner. This paragraph does not prohibit the lending of assistance when the person whose name appears on the trap tag is present.

   (6)  Equip snares with a spring-activating mechanism or any device designed to aid the closing of the snare loop.

   (7)  Set, tend or operate any number of traps or snares for otter trapping in excess of the limits established by this paragraph. Otter trappers are limited to a combined Statewide total of five traps or snares, no more than two of which may be body-gripping traps. This limitation is inclusive of any beaver traps or snares set under paragraph (4)(ii).

Authority

   The provisions of this §  141.62 amended under the Game and Wildlife Code, 34 Pa.C.S. § §  2102 and 2901(b).

Source

   The provisions of this §  141.62 adopted June 19, 1987, effective July 1, 1987, 17 Pa.B. 2464; amended July 22, 1988, effective upon publication and applies retroactively to July 1, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 3213; amended December 9, 1988, effective December 10, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 5495; amended May 25, 1990, effective July 1, 1990, 20 Pa.B. 2752; amended August 7, 1998, effective August 8, 1998, 28 Pa.B. 3801; amended May 18, 2001, effective May 19, 2001, 31 Pa.B. 2577; amended June 20, 2004, effective June 21, 2003, 33 Pa.B. 2878; amended June 11, 2010, effective June 12, 2010, 40 Pa.B. 3105; amended May 27, 2011, effective May 28, 2011, 41 Pa.B. 2699; amended June 22, 2012, effective June 23, 2012, 42 Pa.B. 3592; amended May 23, 2014, effective May 24, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 3100; amended May 29, 2015, effective May 30, 2015, 45 Pa.B. 2607; amended May 1, 2020, effective May 2, 2020, 50 Pa.B. 2268; amended September 3, 2021, effective September 4, 2021, 51 Pa.B. 5605. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (401536) to (401537).

Cross References

   This section cited in 58 Pa. Code §  141.67 (relating to furbearer seasons).

§ 141.63. Definitions.

 In addition to the definitions contained in the act and this part, the following words, when used in the enforcement of section 2361 of the act (relating to unlawful acts concerning taking of furbearers) have the following meanings, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:

   Artificial cubby—A baited enclosure constructed of natural or artificial material that is designed to house and corral a furbearer into a body-gripping trap.

   Body-gripping trap—A jawed trap device designed to capture and kill a furbearer by compression of the neck or body through the operation of one or two rotating, spring-loaded jaws activated by a trigger.

   Cable restraint—A galvanized stranded steel cable with a minimum diameter of 3/32 inches. The cable must be constructed of either 7 bundles comprised of 7 wires per bundle, 7 bundles comprised of 19 wires per bundle or 1 bundle comprised of 19 wires. The cable may not exceed 7 feet in length from the anchor point to the lock contacting the fully closed loop stop, must be equipped with at least one swivel device (which allows for 360° rotation) between the loop and the anchor and must have stops affixed to the cable to ensure that the circumference of the cable which makes up the loop may not be greater than 38 inches when fully open, or less than 8 inches when fully closed. Cable restraints must be equipped with an approved lock. The lock may not be constructed with moving parts. A cable restraint must include a breakaway device affixed between the lock and cable or at the end of the cable that is rated at 375 pounds or less. The cable must be maintained in good condition so that all components operate properly.

   Cage or box trap—An enclosure trap designed to capture and restrain a live furbearer by confinement in a cage or box through the operation and closure of a door or portal activated by a trigger.

   Foot encapsulating trap—A device that has all triggering and restraining mechanisms enclosed by a housing which, once set, allows access to the triggering mechanism through a single opening not to exceed 2 inches in diameter or diagonally and is anchored by a swivel-mounted anchoring mechanism.

   Leg-hold trap—A jawed trap device designed to capture and restrain a live furbearer by the foot through operation of one or two rotating, spring-loaded jaws activated by a trigger.

   Marsh, pond or dam—A standing body of water.

   Snare—A looped galvanized or stainless stranded steel cable 3/32 inches in diameter equipped with an approved lock listed in §  141.66(g) (relating to cable restraints). A metal ferrule shall be crimped on the cable to prevent the snare loop from closing to a circumference less than 7 inches.

   Waterway or watercourse—A riverine system that contains water which includes the semi-permanent flooded area.

Authority

   The provisions of this §  141.63 amended under the Game and Wildlife Code, 34 Pa.C.S. § §  322(c)(5) and 2102(a), (b)(1) and (d).

Source

   The provisions of this §  141.63 adopted December 11, 1987, effective December 12, 1987, 17 Pa.B. 5129; amended August 7, 1998, effective August 8, 1998, 28 Pa.B. 3801; amended May 26, 2000, effective May 27, 2000, 30 Pa.B. 2601; amended April 15, 2005, effective April 16, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 2304; amended June 16, 2006, effective June 17, 2006, 36 Pa.B. 2975; amended June 29, 2007, effective June 30, 2007, 37 Pa.B. 2956; amended May 27, 2011, effective May 28, 2011, 41 Pa.B. 2699; amended May 29, 2015, effective May 30, 2015, 45 Pa.B. 2605; amended August 30, 2019, effective August 31, 2019, 49 Pa.B. 4951. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (387140) to (387141).

§ 141.64. [Reserved].


Source

   The provisions of this §  141.64 adopted November 30, 1990, effective December 1, 1990, 20 Pa.B. 5939; reserved June 20, 2003, effective June 21, 2003, 33 Pa.B. 2878. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (279262).

§ 141.65. [Reserved].


Source

   The provisions of this §  141.65 adopted May 3, 1991, effective July 1, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 2009; reserved May 18, 2001, effective May 19, 2001, 31 Pa.B. 2577. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (267213).

§ 141.66. Cable restraints.

 (a)  Cable restraint devices may be used from December 26 until the end of the established trapping season to harvest red fox, gray fox and coyote. Nontarget furbearing species incidentally captured in cable restraint devices during an open trapping season for that species may be taken and utilized, provided the trapper possesses all applicable licenses and permits.

 (b)  Cable restraint devices may only be set by furtakers who have completed a certified cable restraint training course approved by the Director and possess a valid furtakers license, qualify for license and fee exemptions under section 2706 of the act (relating to resident license and fee exemptions) or qualify for trapping exceptions under section 2363 of the act (relating to trapping exception for certain persons). The Director will establish a fee for the course and the fee will only be what is necessary to cover the cost of the course. The trapper shall have a certificate from this course in possession while setting or checking sets using cable restraints and present the certificate upon the request of any person whose duty it is to enforce this title.

 (c)  Cable restraints must be anchored to prevent the animal caught in the restraint from moving the restraint from the point it was originally anchored.

 (d)  Cable restraints must be set to allow the animal caught in the restraint to move freely in a 360° arc for the entire length of the restraint without the risk of the cable restraint becoming entangled by any object.

 (e)  Cable restraints must be set so that the bottom of the restraint cable loop is no less than 6 inches or greater than 12 inches above the first surface beneath the bottom of the cable restraint where the surface is ground, ice, crusted or packed snow or any other hard material.

 (f)  Cable restraints will be considered traps for the purposes of the section 2361(a)(3), (4), (7), (8), (10), (12) and (14)—(16) of the act (relating to unlawful acts concerning taking of furbearers).

 (g)  The following locks are approved:

   (1)  Reichart 180° reverse bend washer.

   

Reichart 180° reverse bend washer

   (2)  Kaatz ‘‘Relax-a-Lock.’’

   

Laatz ‘‘Relax-a-Lock.’’

   (3)  Penny lock.

   

Penny lock.

   (4)  MicroLock.

   

MicroLock.

   (5)  BMI Slide Free Lock.

   

BMI Slide Free Lock.

   (6)  Berkshire 90° bend washer.

   

Berkshire 90° bend washer

 (h)  It is unlawful to:

   (1)  Use, set, tend or operate a cable restraint having any lock that has not been approved under this section.

   (2)  Set any cable restraint where entanglement may occur or in any manner which could result in an animal held in the restraint being suspended.

   (3)  Use a device commonly known as a drag with any cable restraint.

   (4)  Equip cable restraints with a spring-activating mechanism or any device designed to aid the closing of the cable loop.

   (5)  Fail to comply with any other provisions of this section.

Authority

   The provisions of this §  141.66 issued under the Game and Wildlife Code, 34 Pa.C.S. § §  322(c)(5) and 2102(a), (b)(1) and (d); amended under the Game and Wildlife Code, 34 Pa.C.S. §  2102(d).

Source

   The provisions of this §  141.66 adopted April 15, 2005, effective April 16, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 2304; amended June 29, 2007, effective June 30, 2007, 37 Pa.B. 2956; amended June 5, 2009, effective June 6, 2009, 39 Pa.B. 2800; amended June 11, 2010, effective June 12, 2010, 40 Pa.B. 3105; amended May 29, 2015, effective May 30, 2015, 45 Pa.B. 2605. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (372011) to (372012).

Cross References

   This section cited in 58 Pa. Code §  141.63 (relating to definitions); and 58 Pa. Code §  141.67 (relating to furbearer seasons).

§ 141.67. Furbearer seasons.

 (a)  Permitted devices. It is lawful to hunt or take furbearers during any furtaking season with the following devices:

   (1)  A manually operated or semiautomatic rifle or manually operated handgun that propels single-projectile ammunition.

   (2)  A manually operated or semiautomatic, centerfire shotgun or muzzleloading shotgun. The firearm must be 10 gauge or less, that propels single-projectile ammunition or multiple-projectile shotgun ammunition not larger than # 4 buckshot. The centerfire shotgun’s magazine capacity may not exceed two rounds. The shotgun’s total aggregate ammunition capacity may not exceed three rounds.

   (3)  A muzzleloading rifle or handgun that propels single-projectile ammunition.

   (4)  A bow and arrow.

   (5)  A crossbow and bolt.

   (6)  A manually operated or semiautomatic air rifle or manually operated air handgun .22 caliber or larger that propels single-projectile pellet or bullet ammunition. BB ammunition is not authorized.

   (7)  A leg-hold trap, except as prohibited under section 2361(a)(8) of the act (relating to unlawful acts concerning taking of furbearers).

   (8)  A body-gripping trap, except as prohibited under section 2361(a)(11) of the act.

   (9)  A cable restraint device authorized by §  141.66 (relating to cable restraints).

   (10)  A snare, except as prohibited under §  141.62(b) (relating to beaver and otter trapping).

   (11)  A cage or box trap, except as prohibited under section 2361(a)(17) of the act.

 (b)  Prohibitions. While hunting furbearers during any furbearer hunting or trapping season, it is unlawful to:

   (1)  Use or possess multiple-projectile shotgun ammunition larger than # 4 buckshot, except as authorized under section 2525 of the act (relating to possession of firearm for protection of self or others).

   (2)  Use or possess a device or ammunition not provided for in the act or in this section, except as authorized under section 2525 of the act.

   (3)  Use any firearm, other than authorized in this paragraph, to dispatch legally trapped furbearers during the overlap with the regular or special firearms deer seasons:

     (i)   A manually operated or semiautomatic rimfire rifle or manually operated rimfire handgun .22 caliber or less.

     (ii)   A manually operated or semiautomatic air rifle or manually operated air handgun between .177 and .22 caliber, inclusive, that propels single-projectile pellet or bullet ammunition. BB ammunition is not authorized.

Authority

   The provisions of this §  141.67 issued under the Game and Wildlife Code, 34 Pa.C.S. §  2102(a) and (d); amended under the Game and Wildlife Code, 34 Pa.C.S. §  2102(d).

Source

   The provisions of this §  141.67 adopted December 2, 2005, effective December 3, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 6537; amended May 12, 2017, effective May 13, 2017, 47 Pa.B. 2710; amended November 17, 2017, effective November 18, 2017, 47 Pa.B. 7048; amended August 30, 2019, effective August 31, 2019, 49 Pa.B. 4951. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (389083) to (389084).

Cross References

   This section cited in 58 Pa. Code §  141.1 (relating to special regulations areas).

§ 141.68. Prohibited devices.

 It is unlawful to take furbearers through the use of the following devices:

   (1)  Fish hooks, snagging hooks or any other hooks of similar design.

   (2)  Implements that are not lawful traps, snares, cable restraints, firearms, bows or crossbows.

Authority

   The provisions of this §  141.68 issued under the Game and Wildlife Code, 34 Pa.C.S. §  2102(d); amended under the Game and Wildlife Code, 34 Pa.C.S.

Source

   The provisions of this §  141.68 adopted April 1, 2011, effective April 2, 2011, 41 Pa.B. 1765; amended August 30, 2019, effective August 31, 2019, 49 Pa.B. 4951. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (389084).

§ 141.69. Artificial cubbies.

 (a)  General rule. Furtakers are permitted to trap furbearers through the use of body-gripping traps set in artificial cubbies when the following conditions are met:

   (1)  The artificial cubby is placed within an established watercourse, waterway, marsh, pond or dam.

   (2)  The entrance to the artificial cubby does not exceed 50 square inches.

   (3)  The triggering mechanism of the trap is recessed within the artificial cubby at least 7 inches from the entrance.

   (4)  The artificial cubby is anchored in a manner so that it cannot be moved or rolled.

 (b)  Exception. Subsection (a)(2)—(4) does not apply to body-gripping traps that are 5 1/2 inches or less and set in artificial cubbies to target mink or muskrat.

Authority

   The provisions of this §  141.69 issued under the Game and Wildlife Code, 34 Pa.C.S. §  2102(a) and (d).

Source

   The provisions of this §  141.69 adopted May 27, 2011, effective May 28, 2011, 41 Pa.B. 2699.

Appendix A. [Reserved]



Source

   The provisions of this Appendix A amended July 7, 1989, effective July 8, 1989, 19 Pa.B. 2956; amended August 24, 1990, effective September 24, 1990, 20 Pa.B. 4488; reserved May 3, 1991, effective July 1, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 2009; corrected June 28, 1991, effective July 1, 1992, 21 Pa.B. 2896. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (153836).

Appendix B. [Reserved]



Source

   The provisions of this Appendix B amended July 7, 1989, effective July 8, 1989, 19 Pa.B. 2956; amended August 24, 1990, effective September 24, 1990, 20 Pa.B. 4488; amended June 9, 2000, effective June 10, 2000, 30 Pa.B. 2907; amended May 18, 2001, effective May 19, 2001, 31 Pa.B. 2577; reserved June 20, 2003, effective June 21, 2003, 33 Pa.B. 2878. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (279264) to (279265).

Appendix C. [Reserved]



Source

   The provisions of this Appendix C amended June 3, 1988, effective June 4, 1988, 18 Pa.B. 2530; amended July 7, 1989, effective July 8, 1989, 19 Pa.B. 2956; amended August 24, 1990, effective September 24, 1990, 20 Pa.B. 4488; amended May 26, 1995, effective May 27, 1995, 25 Pa.B. 2072; amended March 1, 1996, effective March 2, 1996, 26 Pa.B. 884; amended May 18, 2001, effective May 19, 2001, 31 Pa.B. 2577; reserved June 20, 2003, effective June 21, 2003, 33 Pa.B. 2878. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (279266).

Appendix D. [Reserved]



Source

   The provisions of this Appendix D adopted November 30, 1990, effective December 1, 1990, 20 Pa.B. 5939; reserved June 20, 2003, effective June 21, 2003, 33 Pa.B. 2878. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (279267) to (279268).

Appendix E. [Reserved]



Source

   The provisions of this Appendix E adopted January 17, 1997, effective retroactively to January 15, 1997, 27 Pa.B. 313; reserved August 11, 2001, effective August 12, 2001, 31 Pa.B. 4250. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (279269) to (279270).

Appendix F. [Reserved].



Source

   The provisions of this Appendix F adopted May 18, 2001, effective May 19, 2001, 31 Pa.B. 2577; amended August 9, 2002, effective August 10, 2002, 32 Pa.B. 3945; amended June 13, 2003, effective June 14, 2003, 33 Pa.B. 2749; reserved July 16, 2004, effective July 17, 2004, 34 Pa.B. 3713. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (297367) to (297368).

Appendix G. HUNTING HOURS


meridian map

HUNTING HOURS TABLE
FOR JULY 1, 2022, THROUGH JUNE 30, 2023



DatesBegin
A.M.
End
P.M.
July 1—July 2 5:06 9:03
July 3—9 5:10 9:01
July 10—16 5:15 8:58
July 17—23 5:21 8:53
July 24—30 5:27 8:46
July 31—Aug. 6 5:34 8:39
Aug. 7—135:40 8:30
Aug. 14—20 5:47 8:20
Aug. 21—27 5:54 8:10
Aug. 28—Sept. 3 6:00 7:59
Sept. 4—10 6:07 7:47
Sept. 11—17 6:14 7:36
Sept. 18—24 6:20 7:24
Sept. 25—Oct. 1 6:27 7:13
Oct. 2—8 6:34 7:02
Oct. 9—15 6:41 6:51
Oct. 16—22 6:49 6:41
Oct. 23—29 6:56 6:32
Oct. 30—Nov. 5 7:04 6:24
Nov. 6—12 **Ends 6:125:17
Nov. 13—19 6:205:11
Nov. 20—26 6:285:08
Nov. 27—Dec. 3 6:355:06
Dec. 4—10 6:415:05
Dec. 11—17 6:465:06
Dec. 18—24 6:505:07
Dec. 25—31 6:525:11
Jan. 1—76:525:16
Jan. 8—146:525:22
Jan. 15—216:515:30
Jan. 22—286:475:38
Jan. 29—Feb. 46:425:46
Feb. 5—116:355:54
Feb. 12—186:276:03
Feb. 19—256:186:11
Feb. 26—March 46:096:19
March 5—115:586:27
March 12—18 *Begins6:477:34
March 19—256:367:41
March 26—Apr. 16:257:49
April 2—86:137:56
April 9—156:028:03
April 16—225:528:10
April 23—295:428:23
April 30—May 65:328:24
May 7—135:248:31
May 14—205:178:38
May 21—275:118:44
May 28—June 35:068:50
June 4—105:038:55
June 11—175:018:59
June 18—245:039:02
June 25—June 305:069:03

 Daylight Saving Time:

 Begins*

 Ends**

MIGRATORY GAME BIRD HUNTING HOURS TABLE
FOR JULY 1, 2022, THROUGH JUNE 30, 2023



Dates Begin
A.M.
End
P.M.
July 1—July 25:068:33
July 3—95:108:31
July 10—165:158:28
July 17—235:218:23
July 24—305:278:16
July 31—Aug. 65:348:09
Aug. 7—135:408:00
Aug. 14—205:477:50
Aug. 21—275:547:40
Aug. 28—Sept. 36:007:29
Sept. 4—106:077:17
Sept. 11—176:147:06
Sept. 18—246:206:54
Sept. 25—Oct. 16:276:43
Oct. 2—86:346:32
Oct. 9—156:416:21
Oct. 16—226:496:11
Oct. 23—296:566:02
Oct. 30—Nov. 57:045:54
Nov. 6—12 **Ends6:124:47
Nov. 13—196:204:38
Nov. 20—266:284:36
Nov. 27—Dec. 36:354:35
Dec. 4—106:414:36
Dec. 11—176:464:37
Dec. 18—246:504:37
Dec. 25—316:524:41
Jan. 1—76:524:46
Jan. 8—146:524:52
Jan. 15—216:515:00
Jan. 22—286:475:08
Jan. 29—Feb. 46:425:16
Feb. 5—116:355:24
Feb. 12—186:275:33
Feb. 19—256:185:41
Feb. 26—March 46:095:49
March 5—115:585:57
March 12—18 *Begins6:477:04
March 19—256:367:11
March 26—Apr. 16:257:19
April 2—86:137:26
April 9—156:027:33
April 16—225:527:40
April 23—295:427:53
April 30—May 65:327:54
May 7—135:248:01
May 14—205:178:08
May 21—275:118:14
May 28—June 35:068:20
June 4—105:038:25
June 11—175:018:29
June 18—245:038:32
June 25—June 305:068:33

 Daylight Saving Time:

 Begins*

 Ends**

Authority

   The provisions of this Appendix G amended under 34 Pa.C.S.

Source

   The provisions of this Appendix G adopted June 13, 2003, effective June 14, 2003, 33 Pa.B. 2752; amended July 16, 2004, effective July 17, 2004, 34 Pa.B. 3713; amended August 26, 2005, effective August 27, 2005, 35 Pa.B. 4826; amended June 30, 2006, effective July 1, 2006, 36 Pa.B. 3251; amended June 29, 2007, effective June 30, 2007, 37 Pa.B. 1323; amended August 15, 2008, effective August 16, 2008, 38 Pa.B. 4511; amended June 5, 2009, effective June 6, 2009, 39 Pa.B. 2801; amended June 11, 2010, effective June 12, 2010, 40 Pa.B. 3103; amended May 27, 2011, effective May 28, 2011, 41 Pa.B. 2695; amended June 22, 2012, effective July 1, 2012, to June 30, 2013, 42 Pa.B. 3593; amended May 31, 2013, effective June 1, 2013, 43 Pa.B. 3006; amended May 23, 2014, effective July 1, 2014, to June 30, 2015, 44 Pa.B. 3101; amended May 29, 2015, effective July 1, 2015, to June 30, 2016, 45 Pa.B. 2606; amended May 27, 2016, effective July 1, 2016, to June 30, 2017, 46 Pa.B. 2675; amended May 5, 2017, effective July 1, 2017, to June 30, 2018, 47 Pa.B. 2610; amended May 25, 2018, effective July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019, 48 Pa.B. 3089; amended May 17, 2019, effective July 1, 2019, to June 30, 2020, 49 Pa.B. 2507; amended May 1, 2020, effective May 2, 2020, 50 Pa.B. 2269; amended May 21, 2021, effective May 22, 2021, 51 Pa.B. 2942; amended August 26, 2022, effective July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023, 52 Pa.B. 5466. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (389086) and (404733) to (404737).

Cross References

   This section cited in 58 Pa. Code §  135.106 (relating to Pymatuning Wildlife Management Area); and 58 Pa. Code §  147.553 (relating to agriculture deer control harvest permit).



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