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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    go back and reread your self as I've written I choose to abide by a more literal interpretation. If others chose an interpretation a little more self serving so be it. As stated my response to some one attempting to increase his possession limit by creative gifting would be a report to the MNR and let them figure it out.
    That's how I'd see it. I'm pretty sure a CO would see it the same way, and the judge will take the CO's interpretation too, I'm pretty sure. It's not like these guys (CO's & judges) are incapable of logical thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redd foxx View Post
    Is this any different than fish. I can give my wife a limit of fish that I have legally caught and go out and catch another limit (another day) and keep them can't I.
    If you want a credible answer that you can have in writing send your question in an email too
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    You get a response (eventually) that you can base your actions on from there. Here at best you'll get ones personal interpretation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by werner.reiche View Post
    That's how I'd see it. I'm pretty sure a CO would see it the same way, and the judge will take the CO's interpretation too, I'm pretty sure. It's not like these guys (CO's & judges) are incapable of logical thought.
    Was starting to feel a little alone in the left field glad too see I'm not alone.
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    I've taken the time to read (all) the postings on this thread from beginning to end. ...This has been a good lesson for me on "internet forum dynamics".

    Nothing (at all!) wrong with mixed discussion amongst experienced hunters, but when I've been confused about waterfowl regs, and want a definitive answer, sending a detailed-but-concise email to David Critchlow has been my best course of action in regard to getting a clear, solid (and reliable) response.
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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    If you want a credible answer that you can have in writing send your question in an email too
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    David Critchlow | Provincial Enforcement Specialist | Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry | 1st Floor North | 300 Water Street | Peterborough, ON | K9J 8M5

    You get a response (eventually) that you can base your actions on from there. Here at best you'll get ones personal interpretation.
    Maybe, maybe not.

    It is a federal issue, not provincial.

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    Originally Posted by redd foxx Is this any different than fish. I can give my wife a limit of fish that I have legally caught and go out and catch another limit (another day) and keep them can't I.
    Way off topic, but here we go,,,Pass the popcorn !!!!! You can only have the prescribed number of fish in your possession....per licence....so, strictly answering your question....No, if she is unlicensed and lives with you! Unless of course, she ate them all prior to you putting more in your freezer !!
    The difference is that you don't need a license to possess fish, only to catch or try to catch them. You still are subject to possession limits though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brent View Post
    Maybe, maybe not.

    It is a federal issue, not provincial.
    Usually questions (even basic ones) to the MNR about migratory birds result in a suggestion you contact environment Canada, who has jurisdiction over this. So I think you're probably right Brent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by werner.reiche View Post
    Usually questions (even basic ones) to the MNR about migratory birds result in a suggestion you contact environment Canada, who has jurisdiction over this. So I think you're probably right Brent.
    possibly however when sunday hunting for waterfowl came into effect sent a query to Dave asking where I intended to hunt if it was good to go. Got a reply saying it was no mention of contacting anyone else.
    More recently have a response on carrying lead while waterfowl hunting again his response no other referral
    Last edited by finsfurfeathers; August 27th, 2015 at 12:31 PM.
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    I belong to a club that has had feeding permits since before I can remember. There are clear restrictions like the distance from any hide as well as the size of the sign that is dated and signed and how far out of the water it is. Permit describes the legal location of the property.
    No you can not bait even if you live on a body of water and are inclined to feed the ducks at any point...regardless of whether you hunt or not.
    I doubt the person in question has a permit to feed.

    We are dealing with federal not provincial regulations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfurfeathers View Post
    possibly however when sunday hunting for waterfowl came into effect sent a query to Dave asking where I intended to hunt if it was good to go. Got a reply saying it was no mention of contacting anyone else.
    More recently have a response on carrying lead while waterfowl hunting again his response no other referral
    Ask him if you are allowed to gift more then ONE or "A" migratory bird to someone.....

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