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    Quote Originally Posted by toddy View Post
    how this any different then the way a poacher does it now. Has a tag, doesn't tag the animal, process animal. Go shoot another animal . . .
    My thought was that if I see an untagged animal in a truck or trailer now, I know the law is being broken in some way as it stands now (didn't affix his tag, or doesn't have one). But, in the future, you won't be able to readily determine if everything is legit (buddy has tag in pocket, but not required to affix to animal) or illegal (has no tag for animal).
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    Quote Originally Posted by toddy View Post
    how this any different then the way a poacher does it now. Has a tag, doesn't tag the animal, process animal. Go shoot another animal . . .
    The difference will be in enforcement. For poachers caught with Deer out of season,you're right that it won't make a difference. A CO can scoop them immediately when they stop them. That won't be the case,now,because even when they're stopped,Mr.Poacher simply shows his paper license and he's on his way. Granted as a follow up,the CO's will be able to check that the tag is validated which any poacher with half a brain will realize their poaching activity is over. That's the upside. The downside is they can keep going until they get stopped virtually unhindered. I'm still not comfortable with this new system simply because of this one aspect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trimmer21 View Post
    The downside is they can keep going until they get stopped virtually unhindered. I'm still not comfortable with this new system simply because of this one aspect.
    Still no different than the present system...

    In fact slightly better, because if a CO stops them..he looks at the paperwork, takes your deer registration number and HE can enter it into the system and burns the number..then your done...

    But again..the guy can still go out and poach a deer...
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    Quote Originally Posted by toddy View Post
    how this any different then the way a poacher does it now. Has a tag, doesn't tag the animal, process animal. Go shoot another animal . . .
    It will be much easier.

    New way: You shoot a deer and notch the paper tag so if you get stop you are good to go. Get home and print a new tag from a PDF file and go back hunting.

    Old way: You shoot a deer and you don't notch the tag so you can use it for another day if you get stop you are nailed.
    Old way: You shoot a deer and you notch the tag if you get stop you are good to go. But then you have no more tag to show so if you get stop hunting or driving home with a deer you are nailed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seabast View Post
    It will be much easier.

    New way: You shoot a deer and notch the paper tag so if you get stop you are good to go. Get home and print a new tag from a PDF file and go back hunting.

    Old way: You shoot a deer and you don't notch the tag so you can use it for another day if you get stop you are nailed.
    Old way: You shoot a deer and you notch the tag if you get stop you are good to go. But then you have no more tag to show so if you get stop hunting or driving home with a deer you are nailed.
    Bingo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seabast View Post
    It will be much easier.

    New way: You shoot a deer and notch the paper tag so if you get stop you are good to go. Get home and print a new tag from a PDF file and go back hunting.

    Old way: You shoot a deer and you don't notch the tag so you can use it for another day if you get stop you are nailed.
    Old way: You shoot a deer and you notch the tag if you get stop you are good to go. But then you have no more tag to show so if you get stop hunting or driving home with a deer you are nailed.
    Yes, you will still be required to notch your seal as before. You just don’t need to attach it if you are in constant possession. BC is the same, tags come in a booklet. As soon as you kill that animal, you must “cut” your tag.
    As far as multiple copies of seals, I’m sure they have addressed that in the programming.

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    All that BS takes a lot of the fun away and lots of extra $h1t to go thru for one deer (i.e. require to call before 5pm means to be out of the bush for most of us, leaving the camp to drive around to find signal instead of celebrating and such).

    A lot of hunters are going to be called poacher for not following stupid rules.... The entire world is going to crap these days and some of us are just find with it, follow the herbs, and seems to promote those changes.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    Yes, you will still be required to notch your seal as before. You just don’t need to attach it if you are in constant possession. BC is the same, tags come in a booklet. As soon as you kill that animal, you must “cut” your tag.
    As far as multiple copies of seals, I’m sure they have addressed that in the programming.
    I really can't understand how my $25 printer can make this happen. When I buy a theater or an airport parking ticket online I can make as many copies as I'd like and the first one that I scan is a winner, until then they can all work. But who knows, there might be a secret out there....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    Yes, you will still be required to notch your seal as before. You just don’t need to attach it if you are in constant possession. BC is the same, tags come in a booklet. As soon as you kill that animal, you must “cut” your tag.
    As far as multiple copies of seals, I’m sure they have addressed that in the programming.
    If its a simple copy of a printed tag from a home copier,how copy proof could it be.I would want at least a few copies just in case one got wet and fell apart or otherwise illegible.Right now the license and tag are pretty robust so I don,t have that worry.Can,t figure out why we cannot just keep this system we have.Giving time to notch the tag looks like opening another loophole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seabast View Post
    New way: You shoot a deer and notch the paper tag so if you get stop you are good to go. Get home and print a new tag from a PDF file and go back hunting.
    You haven't been reading the posts have you now.......there is no more notching...there is no need for anything paper..just need the one with your deer registration number on it in your pocket if you are still with the deer. Toss it out once you call in and register your deer.
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