Proposals Under Consideration

Proposals Under Consideration 2017-06-20T16:03:22+00:00

Proposals Under Consideration

Public Comment

The following Game Commission documents are available for public comments. We encourage your participation

Department Rule Process and Development Information (revision 09-01-2015)

New Mexico State Game Commission Policy Statement (11-17-2013)

See also Meetings and Agendas for State Game Commission meeting notices, agenda item briefings, and calendar.

Upland Game Rule

Updated! Accepting comments to present at the June Commission meeting for proposed changes to the Upland Game rule. Comments should be sent to: casey.cardinal@state.nm.us.

Summary of Proposals Under Consideration 19.31.5 Upland Game Bird Rule

Draft of Proposals Under Consideration 19.31.5 Upland Game Bird Rule

Special Trout Waters

Updated! Seeking comments to develop Special Trout Water proposal during Fisheries Rule review. Comments will be used to develop formal proposal for a presentation to the State Game Commission, autumn 2017. Comments can be sent to DGF-FisheriesRule@state.nm.us or calling Laurence D’Alessandro at 505-476-8103.

Special Trout Waters Proposed Changes (Updated 6-26-2017)

Maps:

Special Trout Waters Current and Proposed: Gila and Lower Rio Grande

Special Trout Waters Current and Proposed: Jemez and Upper Rio Grande

Special Trout Waters Current and Proposed: Pecos And Upper Rio Grande

Special Trout Waters Current and Proposed: Rio Chama and Upper Rio Grande

Special Trout Waters Current and Proposed: Upper Rio Grande and Canadian

Special Trout Waters Statewide Overview

Rule Development Process

Department Rule Process and Development Information (revision 09-01-2015)

Open Meetings Resolution (01-12-2017)

The Department revises rules for hunting game every 4 years and migratory game birds (waterfowl) each year.  Involving hunters and other wildlife enthusiasts is invaluable during the review to ensure that their perspectives help influence hunting seasons and license numbers for the next four years.  As the process develops, proposed adjustments to the various rules will be available for public review.  The State Game Commission, when finalizing the rules later this year, will consider all public comments, harvest and survey data, as well as biological information on population sustainability and management goals.

During rule development, the Department will follow a 3-stage process for each RULE at meetings of the State Game Commission:

Initiate: Beginning of rule development, the Department will clarify early ideas for any changes expected/proposed.

Propose: Presentation of proposed rule.  The Department will present a basis for the proposed changes.

Final: The Department will use biological and public input to develop a final rule to present to the Commission.