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legal question about transferring meat in field
Posted by jssbastiat on Apr 24 2006
ok, here is a technical debate about the law that my buddies and I had at camp.....can anyone nail it down...i understand that if game is taken in field and transfered to a person, ie a hind quarter, etc, then a transfer form has to be filled out...

BUT, what if someone BRINGS processed meat into a camp like steaks/sausge and gives it away at the end of a hunt, etc????  It had been taken home, processed and then taken back out into the field?

(1) what would be  the legalities of someone without a transfer form or the tags/license possessing this meat on trail, baged and frozen, but with no transfer form?  

(2) Also, what would be the legalities of possessing the processed meat at home that someone gave away at camp without a transfer form?    This question came up because one guy said that if someone takes the another hunters processed steaks home and makes sausage/jerky gives ANY out to others, then someone could report you if they wanted to play the get back game, which happens in the villages... then they are holding meat without a tag/transfer/etc in their freezer....


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