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Offline ibuyre

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Re: MT evidence of sex
« Reply #15 on: September 13, 2020, 09:47:07 PM »
Sounds like they're copying Wyoming regulations.

That's standard in Wy. Talked to a couple game wardens there and they both recommended. Boning out all meat at kill site and proof of sex, and the tail to show if it was a white tail or mule deer in a zip lock with your punched tag. And to keep that zip lock with your boned out meat. I hunted in Wy and then stopped on the way home and hunted a Mt tag and stopped at a couple Mt check stations. I was a little nervous having a pair of antelope and a couple deer in the freezer from WY. With the zip locks, with sex and tail and tag. They just shrugged and "yep, that's the Wyoming way".

I think it's a great system and a great way to do it. Really clean and nice, and easy for a hunter that's packing things out. I mean. Come on really.... someone's going to have a tail and proof of sex from something other than what the meat is from.... The whole prof of sex naturally attached is a PIA and BS for guys that are hunting in the back country, boning out and packing meat. It's something that should be changed. I like how Wy does it. Sounds like Mt and is going that way as well. Sure be nice is Wa did as well.

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Re: MT evidence of sex
« Reply #16 on: September 13, 2020, 10:36:18 PM »
That's evidence of sex, I'm trying to find the requirement for evidence of species.

Subject says evidence of sex!

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Re: MT evidence of sex
« Reply #17 on: September 22, 2020, 11:06:55 AM »
I just heard back from a MT Warden, "Currently, there in not a requirement or a burden on the hunter for proof of species. "

Surprised me, but no complaints as that makes my life easier and meat cleaner.

 


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