WHITE RIVER BORDER LAKES LICENSE/PERMIT AGREEMENT
STATES OF MISSOURI AND ARKANSAS
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC) hereby establish a White River Border Lakes License/Permit to fish the impounded waters of Bull Shoals, Norfork and Table Rock Lakes with the following provisions (throughout thisagreement "license" refers to fishing licenses sold in Arkansas or coparable fishing permits sold in Missouri):
A. Any person age 16 and older possessing a valid Missouri resident fishing permit or Arkansas resident fishing license, or who is legally exempted from those license requirements, and possessing the White River Border Lakes License may fish in the Missouri and Arkansas impounded waters of Bull Shoals, Norfork, and Table Rock Lakes. This license will not negate either state's right to issue resident and/or nonresident fishing licenses for waters within their boundary.
B. All anglers shall abide by the laws and regulations of the state in which they are fishing.
C. The White River Border Lakes License is not valid for possession of trout.
D. The White River Border Lakes License is valid for all impounded portions of these lakes except for the designated trout waters on Table Rock Lake upstream from the Highway 62 Bridge in Arkansas.
E. The annual cost of the White River Border Lakes License will be $10 and may be changed annually throughmutual agreement of both parties.
F. All funds generated through the sale of the White River Border Lakes License to Missouri residents by MDC are due to the AGFC and all funds generated through the like sale to Arkansas residents by the AGFC are due to the MDC. MDC and AGFC will meet to perform an annual accounting of license sales and execute such fund transfers.
This agreement will become effective March 1, 2001. It may be cancelled by the Missouri Conservation Commission or the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission or modified by mutual agreement.
/s/ HUGH C. DURHAM IV, Director
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
August 7, 2000
/s/ JERRY M. CONLEY, Director
Missouri Department of Conservation
July 31, 2000