Statute in Full:
A landowner may shoot fur-bearing animals except muskrats or raccoons, upon his own land during closed season. When muskrats or raccoons are damaging crops or dams, the owner of the premises may kill them or have them killed under a permit obtained from the conservation police officer.
Acts 1987, c. 488. Amended by Acts 2004, c. 421; Acts 2007, c. 87.