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Here's the lowdown on transferring meat
Posted by Michael Strahan on Apr 25 2006
Check out page 19 of the Alaska hunting regulations, in the section pertaining to Transfer of Possession.  The issue is not game meat per se, it is about UNPROCESSED game meat.  If you're hauling jerky, burger, or packaged meat from a previous kill, you're good to go.  Now, if you haul an entire front shoulder out there, well, as Ricky Ricardo would say, "You got a little 'splaining to do."

Processed game in the field?  No biggie.


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