STANDING ROCK SIOUX INDIAN RESERVATION 2020 BIG GAME PROCLAMATION (WHITE TAIL/MULE DEER)


The Standing Rock Game and Fish Commission held a meeting on June 23, 2020 to open the Big Game season for Whitetail and Mule Deer.

Pursuant to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Code of Justice, Title IX “Fish and Wildlife Conservation Code”. The governing of all taking of game and fish species by Indians within the exterior boundaries of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation as defined by the Act of March 2, 1889, Stat. 888, and by non-Indians within the exterior boundaries of the reservation as defined above on lands held by United States in trust for the Tribe or for Indians.

The Tribe shall manage the fish and wildlife resources of the reservation primarily for subsistence use by tribal members. Non-members may be allowed the privilege for taking fish and wildlife only at times and places and under conditions deemed appropriate.

I HEREBY DECLARE AND PROCLAIM:

1. That there is hereby established a Big Game Season commencing at sunrise to sunset.
archery Elderly/Members: Aug. 22 – Dec. 31
Resident/Non-member and Affiliated member:

Sept. 05 – Dec. 31.

Non-resident/non-member:

Sept. 05 – Dec. 20.

 

rifle Elderly/Members: Oct. 10 – Dec. 31.

Resident/Non-member and Affiliated member:

Oct. 17 – Nov 29

Non-resident/non-member:

Oct. 17 – Nov 29


There will be 600 doe tags available for sale. For all hunters, a 4 point minimum on one side. Doe tags are $ 175.00 (white tail does only).

 

Elderly/members unlimited any buck tags

Elderly/members 600 Whitetail Doe Only
Affiliated members 50 tags Any Buck Tags

Resident/non-members 50 tags Any Buck Tags

Non-resident/non-members 600 Any buck tags

Affiliated/Resident/Non-Member 300 Whitetail Doe Tags

 

Elderly Free

Members $10.00

Non-member/resident and Affiliated members $495.00

Non-member/non-resident $575.00

Spouse of tribal member $195.00

 

Designated shooters will be allowed five tags only. Tribal non-hunters will be allowed to have a designated shooter (white tail does only).

 

Enrolled members that are elderly (55 and older) are eligible for a free white tail doe.
 

 

ATV/UTV’s are not allowed!!! No hand held radios. Hunters must wear fluorescent

Orange vest or hat.

 


3. Nothing over six shells in a magazine will be allowed to hunt Big Game. That all members and non-members are
eligible, provided they apply for and have in their
possession a valid license for Big Game season issued by a
tribal representative.

4. That this season for deer/antelope shall apply to all lands located
within the exterior boundaries of Standing Rock Indian
Reservation as defined by the Act of March 2, 1889: 25 Stat.
888, further, that all permit holders will be expected as a
matter of courtesy to request permission to hunt from all
trust, allotted and fee patent landowners. Gratis license
holders (individual owned and fee patented landowners)
may hunt only for subsistence purposes during the season,
provided the Conservation Officers are advised.

5. That licenses and special permits shall be issued in a
manner and form prescribed by the Game and Fish
Commission and in accordance with law.

6. That any Indian or non-Indian under fourteen (14) years
of age who reside on the reservation and has passed a
Hunter Safety Course shall be permitted to hunt only if
accompanied at all times when hunting with a licensed
person of at least twenty-one (21) years of age.

7. Section 9-105, to protect the treaty rights of all members, all persons desiring to hunt for subsistence purposes must obtain a permit from the department. “Subsistence” shall be defined as the fishing, hunting or other activity by any member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe for the purpose of a source or means of obtaining the necessities of life, or necessary to support life.

All provisions U.S.C. 18 U.S.C. 1164-65 and all provisions of the
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s “Conservation Code” shall be
enforced. These provisions of tribal law are also covered and
enforced in accordance with the Lacey Act of 1981.

All revenues collected for these purposes shall be used towards
the expansion and renovation of wildlife habitat’s, recreational
areas, wildlife mitigation areas and the tribal buffalo herd and for
defrayment of administrative expenses.

All hunting and fishing within the boundaries of the reservation
are governed in accordance with Tribal Law, Title IX, entitled
“Fish and Wildlife Management and Conservation Code” as defined within:


CHAPTER IV
PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE
SECTIONS 4-101 THRU 4-106

CHAPTER V
PROTECTION OF FISH
SECTIONS 5-101 THRU 5-109

CHAPTER VI
POSSESSION AND TRANSPORTATION OF FISH AND WILDLIFE
SECTIONS 6-101 THRU 7-137

CHAPTER VII
LICENSES TO HUNT, FISH AND TRAP
SECTIONS 7-101 THRU 7-137

CHAPTER VIII
FISH AND WILDLIFE PUBLIC SAFETY
SECTIONS 8-101 THRU 8-110

CHAPTER IX
HUNTER SAFETY AND EDUCATION
SECTION 9-101 THRU 9-103

CHAPTER X
CHECK STATIONS – WASTE OF WILDLIFE
SECTIONS 10-101 THRU 10-102

CHAPTER XI
PENALTIES AND SANCTIONS
SECTIONS 11-101 THRU 11-105

CHAPTER XII
REFUGES
SECTIONS 12-101 THRU 12-111

CHAPTER XIII
PROTECTED AREAS AND WETLANDS
SECTIONS 13-101 THRU 13-102

CHAPTER XIV
WOOD HARVESTING AND CUTTING
SECTION 14-101 THRU 14-103

CHAPTER XV
GUIDING
SECTION 15-101 THROUGH 15-107

CHAPTER XVI
PRESERVATION OF ARCHAELOGICAL RESOURCES
SECTIONS 16-101 THRU 16-111

CHAPTER XVII
BOATING
SECTIONS 17-101 THRU 17-114

CHAPTER XVIII
PROCLAMATION LEGAL EFFECT
SECTIONS 18-101 THRU 18-103

If any Indian or non-Indian having need for additional information regarding this Proclamation or applicable provisions, you may contact the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Game, Fish and Parks Department, P.O. Box “D”, Fort Yates, North Dakota, telephone no. (701) 854-7236.
 


DATED THIS ____________ DAY OF ______________ 20______.





Mr. Mike Faith, Chairman
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe



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