Instructions for Form SLAP22.86 "Triploid Grass Carp Stocking Permit" - Nevada

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INSTRUCTIONS/REQUIREMENTS
TRIPLOID GRASS CARP STOCKING PERMIT
Fee: $50
LEGAL AUTHORITY:
NRS 503.597; NAC 503.110 & 504.720-.730
DEFINITIONS: “Certified triploid grass carp” (Ctenopharyngodon idellus) means grass carp (white amur) that
have been verified triploid by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service or other authority approved by the
Department.
“Closed aquatic system” means a body of water, canal system, or series of lakes, canals, or ponds that
constitute a body of water where fish are prevented from ingress or egress by any natural or man-made
barrier, as determined by the Department.
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS: A person shall not stock certified triploid grass carp unless he has obtained a
permit to stock certified grass carp from the Department. A permit to stock certified grass carp must be
obtained for each closed aquatic system, and for each separately managed portion thereof, where shocking is
to occur. Certified triploid grass carp may only be stocked in a “closed aquatic system”.
WHERE TO OBTAIN APPLICATION: Application for a permit may be obtained from any office of the Nevada
Department of Wildlife or on the website at www.ndow.org under the License Office section.
Note: Prior to bringing Triploid Grass carp into the State of Nevada, an applicant must obtain an Importation
permit ($15). You can obtain this application at the Department offices or from the Department website.
LIMITATIONS ON APPROVAL: A permit to stock certified triploid grass carp will be approved only if the
aquatic vegetation of the closed aquatic system in which the carp will be stocked:
(a) Interferes with the recreational, domestic, municipal, agricultural, or industrial use of the water in
the system; or
(b) Impairs the quality of the water in that system.
DENIAL OF APPLICATION: The Department will deny an application for a permit if the Department
determines that stocking the closed aquatic system with certified triploid grass carp may have a negative
impact on the wildlife in Nevada. Whenever an application is denied, the Department will notify the applicant in
writing of the reason for the denial.
GENERAL RESTRICTIONS, CONDITIONS, AND REQUIREMENTS
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
An application for a permit to stock certified triploid grass carp must include on the application:
(a) The name of the applicant;
(b) If the property where the certified triploid grass carp are to be stocked is owned by someone other than
the applicant, the name of the person who owns that property;
(c) The physical and mailing addresses of the applicant’s residence and place of employment;
(d) The telephone numbers of the applicant’s residence and place of employment;
(e) The driver’s license number of the applicant, if he has been issued a driver’s license;
(f) The address and legal description of the closed aquatic system to be stocked;
(g) A description of the present use of the closed aquatic system;
(h) Whether the outflow of water from the closed aquatic system will enter any other body of water or aquatic
system;
(i) The species of fish currently present in the closed aquatic system; and
(j) The applicant’s signature and the date on which the applicant signed the application.
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STATE OF NEVADA – Department of Wildlife
SLAP 22.86
Rev. Oct 2010
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INSTRUCTIONS/REQUIREMENTS
TRIPLOID GRASS CARP STOCKING PERMIT
Fee: $50
LEGAL AUTHORITY:
NRS 503.597; NAC 503.110 & 504.720-.730
DEFINITIONS: “Certified triploid grass carp” (Ctenopharyngodon idellus) means grass carp (white amur) that
have been verified triploid by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service or other authority approved by the
Department.
“Closed aquatic system” means a body of water, canal system, or series of lakes, canals, or ponds that
constitute a body of water where fish are prevented from ingress or egress by any natural or man-made
barrier, as determined by the Department.
PERMIT REQUIREMENTS: A person shall not stock certified triploid grass carp unless he has obtained a
permit to stock certified grass carp from the Department. A permit to stock certified grass carp must be
obtained for each closed aquatic system, and for each separately managed portion thereof, where shocking is
to occur. Certified triploid grass carp may only be stocked in a “closed aquatic system”.
WHERE TO OBTAIN APPLICATION: Application for a permit may be obtained from any office of the Nevada
Department of Wildlife or on the website at www.ndow.org under the License Office section.
Note: Prior to bringing Triploid Grass carp into the State of Nevada, an applicant must obtain an Importation
permit ($15). You can obtain this application at the Department offices or from the Department website.
LIMITATIONS ON APPROVAL: A permit to stock certified triploid grass carp will be approved only if the
aquatic vegetation of the closed aquatic system in which the carp will be stocked:
(a) Interferes with the recreational, domestic, municipal, agricultural, or industrial use of the water in
the system; or
(b) Impairs the quality of the water in that system.
DENIAL OF APPLICATION: The Department will deny an application for a permit if the Department
determines that stocking the closed aquatic system with certified triploid grass carp may have a negative
impact on the wildlife in Nevada. Whenever an application is denied, the Department will notify the applicant in
writing of the reason for the denial.
GENERAL RESTRICTIONS, CONDITIONS, AND REQUIREMENTS
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:
An application for a permit to stock certified triploid grass carp must include on the application:
(a) The name of the applicant;
(b) If the property where the certified triploid grass carp are to be stocked is owned by someone other than
the applicant, the name of the person who owns that property;
(c) The physical and mailing addresses of the applicant’s residence and place of employment;
(d) The telephone numbers of the applicant’s residence and place of employment;
(e) The driver’s license number of the applicant, if he has been issued a driver’s license;
(f) The address and legal description of the closed aquatic system to be stocked;
(g) A description of the present use of the closed aquatic system;
(h) Whether the outflow of water from the closed aquatic system will enter any other body of water or aquatic
system;
(i) The species of fish currently present in the closed aquatic system; and
(j) The applicant’s signature and the date on which the applicant signed the application.
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STATE OF NEVADA – Department of Wildlife
SLAP 22.86
Rev. Oct 2010
Page 1 of 2
PERMIT STIPULATIONS/VIOLATIONS/REVOCATION: Based on its evaluation of the application, the
Department may make such stipulations and conditions on the use and scope of a permit as the Department
determines appropriate. A violation of a stipulation or condition is cause for the revocation of the permit and the
destruction or removal, or both, of all certified triploid grass carp from the aquatic system. The owner or lessee
of the property where the aquatic system is located is liable for the cost of the removal or destruction, or both,
of certified triploid grass carp pursuant to this section.
WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION REQUIRED TO STOCK/TRANSFER FISH: A person who possesses certified
triploid grass carp in accordance with a permit issued by the Department may not move those fish from the
closed aquatic system in which the person was permitted to stock the fish or transfer the fish to any other water
system without prior written authorization from the Department.
INSPECTION BY DEPARTMENT REPRESENTATIVE: The issuance of a permit to stock certified grass carp
authorizes a representative of the Department to enter the property at any reasonable hour to evaluate the
status of the carp and containment structures possessed and maintained under the authority of that permit.
WHERE TO SEND APPLICATION AND FEES
Send applications to the regional office in the region where the stocking of triploid grass carp will take place.
Western Region
Southern Region
Nevada Department of Wildlife
Nevada Department of Wildlife
Special Licenses and Permits
4747 Vegas Dr.; Las Vegas, NV 89108
1100 Valley Rd, Reno, NV 89512
Telephone: (702) 486-5127
Telephone: (775) 688-1500
Counties: Clark, Esmeralda, Lincoln, Nye
Counties: Carson City, Churchill, Douglas,
Humboldt, Lyon, Mineral, Pershing, Storey,
Washoe
Eastern Region
Nevada Department of Wildlife
60 Youth Center Road; Elko, NV 89801
Telephone: (775) 777-2300
Counties: Elko, Eureka, Lander, White Pine
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STATE OF NEVADA – Department of Wildlife
SLAP 22.86
Rev. Oct 2010
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