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Re: Nevada [Re: Bruce T] #7518953
03/06/22 01:18 AM
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Be very careful playing the residency game. You can't be a resident in two states at the same time in any circumstances that I'm aware of outside of military and full-time college students in selected states. Vehicle registration, voter registration, state taxes paid, valid domicile not just a PO Box, utilities, and resident permit privileges are easily looked into. Rest assured the Game Wardens will do just that. Not a good idea to get cats tagged in Nevada with Maine plates on a vehicle, trailer or registration numbers on an ATV or side by side for example. Just a few things to consider. I used to make a living unraveling what folks did that played both sides of the fence.

Re: Nevada [Re: white dog] #7519140
03/06/22 10:16 AM
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Originally Posted by white dog
Originally Posted by Bruce T
Will work summers here in Maine for six months then live in Nevada for six months getting my residency there in Nevada.


Will you have to maintain a residence (rent or own) in Nevada year round even though you will be working a seasonal job in Maine for 6 months?



Will buy a piece of land in Nevada,live there,Get drivers license there,register truck there,and register to vote there. Have elctric bill and residency there as well.


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Re: Nevada [Re: Bruce T] #7519144
03/06/22 10:20 AM
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That's a Plan


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Re: Nevada [Re: Bruce T] #7519308
03/06/22 01:19 PM
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Good deal! Good luck and tight chains.

Re: Nevada [Re: Bruce T] #7519321
03/06/22 01:37 PM
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Easy enough to do, usually. Check the state regs carefully, each state is different on residency requirements. But, as a general rule you can have as many domiciles as you want, in as many states as you want, but only one residence.

Re: Nevada [Re: Bruce T] #7519390
03/06/22 03:06 PM
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Thanks everyone.


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Re: Nevada [Re: Bruce T] #7519829
03/06/22 09:24 PM
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Maybe you can hook up with Claude Dallas and do some bobcat trapping. He knows the country pretty well.


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Re: Nevada [Re: beaverpeeler] #7519892
03/06/22 10:04 PM
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Originally Posted by beaverpeeler
Maybe you can hook up with Claude Dallas and do some bobcat trapping. He knows the country pretty well.

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Re: Nevada [Re: Bruce T] #7519922
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The internet said hes been spotted in the Alaska wilderness. Hes probably trapping lynx somewhere near McGrath.




Re: Nevada [Re: All33] #7519971
03/06/22 11:11 PM
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Originally Posted by All33
Be very careful playing the residency game. You can't be a resident in two states at the same time in any circumstances that I'm aware of outside of military and full-time college students in selected states. Vehicle registration, voter registration, state taxes paid, valid domicile not just a PO Box, utilities, and resident permit privileges are easily looked into. Rest assured the Game Wardens will do just that. Not a good idea to get cats tagged in Nevada with Maine plates on a vehicle, trailer or registration numbers on an ATV or side by side for example. Just a few things to consider. I used to make a living unraveling what folks did that played both sides of the fence.

Me too^^^


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Re: Nevada [Re: beaverpeeler] #7519991
03/06/22 11:31 PM
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Originally Posted by beaverpeeler
Maybe you can hook up with Claude Dallas and do some bobcat trapping. He knows the country pretty well.

That would be nice


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Re: Nevada [Re: Swamp Wolf] #7520001
03/06/22 11:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Swamp Wolf
Originally Posted by All33
Be very careful playing the residency game. You can't be a resident in two states at the same time in any circumstances that I'm aware of outside of military and full-time college students in selected states. Vehicle registration, voter registration, state taxes paid, valid domicile not just a PO Box, utilities, and resident permit privileges are easily looked into. Rest assured the Game Wardens will do just that. Not a good idea to get cats tagged in Nevada with Maine plates on a vehicle, trailer or registration numbers on an ATV or side by side for example. Just a few things to consider. I used to make a living unraveling what folks did that played both sides of the fence.

Me too^^^

Never said I was going to be a resident of two diffrent states.I will be a resident of Nevada and a nonresident of Maine.My plates will be Nevada.My drivers license will be Nevada.I will be registered to vote in Nevada.I can own land in as many states as I want.


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Re: Nevada [Re: Bruce T] #7520023
03/06/22 11:51 PM
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Bruce I think most on here are just cautioning you to be very careful as the laws can be easily missed to create an issue when it comes to residence. It might be one lenght of time to qualify as a resident for one thing and another length for something else. Thats why i posted i thought it was a year for hunting and fishing in Nevada. Especially if your primary work source is 6 months in another state.

Re: Nevada [Re: nvwrangler] #7520032
03/06/22 11:54 PM
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Originally Posted by nvwrangler
Bruce I think most on here are just cautioning you to be very careful as the laws can be easily missed to create an issue when it comes to residence. It might be one lenght of time to qualify as a resident for one thing and another length for something else. Thats why i posted i thought it was a year for hunting and fishing in Nevada. Especially if your primary work source is 6 months in another state.

From what I have read most states are 3 to 6 months.I will know more when I actually get out there and see for myself.


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Re: Nevada [Re: Bruce T] #7520085
03/07/22 12:35 AM
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In Nevada you must change drivers license and vehicle registration before 3 months, however must have year before you can get resident hunting privileges. I looked in to Alaska and you can't be out of Alaska more then 4 months without giving up residency. Those rules were done to stop this exact type of thing. There have been 2 LEO/game wardens say on this thread that this is watched closely .

I wish you luck and hit me up when you get here and we'll talk trapping and hunting and fishing.

Re: Nevada [Re: nvwrangler] #7520089
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Originally Posted by nvwrangler
In Nevada you must change drivers license and vehicle registration before 3 months, however must have year before you can get resident hunting privileges. I looked in to Alaska and you can't be out of Alaska more then 4 months without giving up residency. Those rules were done to stop this exact type of thing. There have been 2 LEO/game wardens say on this thread that this is watched closely .

I wish you luck and hit me up when you get here and we'll talk trapping and hunting and fishing.

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Re: Nevada [Re: nvwrangler] #7520093
03/07/22 12:52 AM
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Originally Posted by nvwrangler
In Nevada you must change drivers license and vehicle registration before 3 months, however must have year before you can get resident hunting privileges. I looked in to Alaska and you can't be out of Alaska more then 4 months without giving up residency. Those rules were done to stop this exact type of thing. There have been 2 LEO/game wardens say on this thread that this is watched closely .

I wish you luck and hit me up when you get here and we'll talk trapping and hunting and fishing.

Every state is diffrent.Why I need to get out there and find out myself as alot of people will tell a person what they think is right.I have a brother inlaw who lives in Kansas and Maine and is a resident of Kansas and not Maine.Another brother inlaw who lives in Connecticut and Maine and is a resident of Connecticut. I know for a fact that if a person has a lifetime hunting license from one state and moves to another state he can keep his lifetime hunting license from the first state.


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Re: Nevada [Re: Bruce T] #7520095
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Originally Posted by Bruce T
Originally Posted by nvwrangler
In Nevada you must change drivers license and vehicle registration before 3 months, however must have year before you can get resident hunting privileges. I looked in to Alaska and you can't be out of Alaska more then 4 months without giving up residency. Those rules were done to stop this exact type of thing. There have been 2 LEO/game wardens say on this thread that this is watched closely .

I wish you luck and hit me up when you get here and we'll talk trapping and hunting and fishing.

Every state is diffrent.Why I need to get out there and find out myself as alot of people will tell a person what they think is right.I have a brother inlaw who live in Kansas and Maine and is a resident of Kansas and not Maine.Another brother inlaw who lives in Connecticut and Maine and is a resident of Connecticut. I know for a fact that if a person has a lifetime hunting license from one state and moves to another state he can keep his lifetime hunting license from the first state.

Well then....


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Re: Nevada [Re: nvwrangler] #7520097
03/07/22 12:55 AM
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Originally Posted by nvwrangler
I wish you luck and hit me up when you get here and we'll talk trapping and hunting and fishing.

And thanks for the offer.Will do.


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Re: Nevada [Re: Bruce T] #7520106
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There you go


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