Alaska Administrative Code
Title 12 - Professional Regulations
Part 1 - Boards and Commissions Subject to Centralized Licensing
Chapter 75 - Big Game Commercial Services Board
Article 1 - Guide License Qualifications
Section 12 AAC 75.130 - Application for assistant guide license

Universal Citation: 12 AK Admin Code 12 AAC 75.130

Current through December 14, 2023

(a) The department will issue a license as an assistant guide to an applicant who meets the requirements of AS 08.54.630 and this section. An assistant guide license applicant shall submit

(1) the fees required in 12 AAC 02.230;

(2) a completed application on a form provided by the department;

(3) a copy of the applicant's valid first aid card issued by the American Red Cross or a similar organization recognized by the department;

(4) a form completed by the applicant listing the dates the applicant has hunted in the state and certifying that the applicant meets the requirements in AS 08.54.630(a)(2);

(5) a written recommendation or evidence as required in AS 08.54.630(a)(4);

(6) a signed statement from the applicant certifying that the applicant meets the eligibility requirements in AS 08.54.605;

(7) a complete report of criminal justice information under AS 12.62, including fish and wildlife violations, and if a state other than this state is the applicant's primary state of residence, an equivalent report issued by that other state;

(8) for each guiding, outfitting, transportation, or other hunting services license, if any, issued to the applicant by another state or by a jurisdiction of Canada, verification from the issuing government body that the license has not been suspended or revoked; and

(9) the jurisprudence questionnaire prepared by the board covering the provisions of AS 08.54 and this chapter, scoring a minimum of 70 percent.

(b) An unlicensed person receiving training for purposes of experience necessary to apply for licensure as an assistant guide under this section may participate in activities identified in AS 08.54.635(b), when a licensed guide is physically present.

(c) To be physically present for purposes of this section, the licensed guide must be primarily in or near camp while an unlicensed person is performing the activities of field preparation of trophies and using guiding or outfitting equipment, including spotting scopes and firearms. An unlicensed person may take necessary action to prevent the spoilage or loss of a trophy while unsupervised. While an unlicensed person is accompanying a licensed guide and client during the final portion of stalking, pursuing, tracking, killing, or attempting to kill big game, the unlicensed person must act under the close and immediate supervision of the licensed guide. An unlicensed person under this section may not direct the actions of a hunter to stalk, take, or attempt to take a big game animal.

Eff. 5/24/96, Register 138; am 10/19/96, Register 140; am/readopt 7/30/2006, Register 179; am 6/8/2007, Register 182; am 4/16/2016, Register 218, July 2016; am 11/28/2020, Register 236, January 2021

Authority:AS 08.54.600

AS 08.54.605

AS 08.54.630

AS 08.54.635

AS 08.54.790

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