Prior to the issuance of a resident license, residency should be established and verified pursuant to the following guidelines.
Permits may be issued to residents or non-residents; therefore, it is not necessary to establish residency before issuing a permit.
At the point a customer signs the residency oath on the license, the burden of proof is his if checked by an officer. Therefore, it is beneficial that the customer be aware of the statute defining residency.
Any person who swears or affirms to any false information on any application for licenses or permits may be subject to criminal prosecution.
A resident, for the purposes of obtaining hunting and fishing licenses, is defined as:
PROOFS OF RESIDENCY:
Any one of the following may be used for proof of residency: