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    flying up to a bush camp for moose and if successful we intend to butcher and debone moose to minimize weight coming out.
    Have a cow tag.. how would I tag a cooler full of moose meat? whaddaya think..thanks

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    I think you better contact a CO with regards to this.

    The new tagging requirements are not very clear but it looks like you need to maintain the sex organs.

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    You no longer have to put a tag on your moose in Ontario just notch the date and time of harvest. The tag holder has to accompany the moose while being transported.
    Page 32 and 33 of your hunter summary.
    NEW
    Tag
    A tag is a component of a hunting licence,
    and was previously referred to as a game
    seal. The tag authorizes the tag holder
    to hunt a member of the species of game
    specified on the tag, subject to conditions
    specified on the tag. Only one animal may
    be harvested per tag. Tags must be carried
    in paper format. Tags cannot be carried or
    presented to a conservation officer on an
    electronic device. Tags are equipped with
    document security features to discourage
    fraudulent activities. It is illegal to alter,
    modify, counterfeit or copy a tag or to
    possess such a tag. Notching the tag is
    permitted.
    Getting a Tag:
    Tags are printed on regular paper and can
    be obtained:
    • online through the licensing service and
    printed using a personal computer, or
    • in person by visiting a licence issuer or
    participating ServiceOntario centre.

    Tags can only be printed once. If a tag is
    lost, damaged or stolen, and a replacement
    is necessary, you will be required to
    visit a licence issuer or participating
    ServiceOntario centre for a replacement.
    Damaged tags must be surrendered before
    a replacement tag will be issued. All
    replacements will be tracked in the licensing
    service. An administration fee of $10.50 is
    applied for any replacement tags.
    It is illegal to create or be in possession
    of a modified, copied or counterfeit tag. It
    is illegal to apply for, purchase or possess
    more than one tag, unless specifically
    permitted (e.g., additional deer tag, second
    bear tag).
    Note: The tag issued with your deer,
    moose, bear and elk licence will not be
    listed on your Licence Summary.

    Tag
    Maintaining a Tag:
    Tags must remain intact and readable at
    all times. It is your responsibility to ensure
    paper tags are protected from the weather
    or other types of damage. There are
    products available to help ensure your tag is
    protected from damage (e.g., commercially
    available tag holders or resealable plastic
    bags).
    Tagging Requirements:
    Specific tagging instructions will be provided
    with your tag. Make sure you carefully read
    and follow the tagging instructions that
    accompany your tag. A summary of the new
    tagging requirements is provided below:
    Notching: You must invalidate your tag
    by notching the day, month and time
    immediately after the kill, at the site of the
    kill and before moving the animal.

    "The Question Was When Moose is Processed at Camp"

    " Identifying Features: For deer, moose
    and elk you must keep relevant sex and
    age identifying features while the animal
    is transported to the site of processing.""

    The instructions provided with your tag will
    specify what identifying features must remain
    with the animal while it is being transported.
    The relevant sex and age identifying features
    must remain with the animal regardless of
    whether you have attached the tag, or you
    are accompanying the animal without the tag
    attached.
    Note: If you are transporting a portion of
    a carcass that does not have a tag (e.g.,
    the animal was divided or quartered at your
    hunt camp prior to final transport), you
    must be prepared to provide information
    about the tag holder (e.g., name, Outdoors
    Card number, licence number) and details
    of the hunt (e.g., date and location of kill)
    if requested by a conservation officer. Refer
    to the General Regulations section for
    additional requirements if you are shipping
    or transporting wildlife in containers.
    Attaching Your Tag: You are not required
    to attach the tag if you are immediately
    accompanying the animal or immediately
    available to produce the tag for inspection.
    For example, the tag holder may carry the
    notched/invalidated tag in a pocket while
    bringing the harvested animal out of the
    bush provided that the tag holder remains
    with the animal while it is being moved.
    However, you MUST attach the tag if you
    are not immediately accompanying the
    animal or immediately available to produce
    the tag for inspection. For example, the tag
    holder must attach the tag if he/she leave
    the harvested animal at any time, including:
    • transporting the animal in a vehicle that
    is not occupied by the tag holder,
    • leaving the animal at camp while the tag
    holder goes out party hunting,
    • leaving the animal at a butcher for
    processing.
    The instructions provided with your tag will
    specify where you must attach the tag to the
    animal. Your tag should be accessible and
    visible for inspection purposes even when
    the tag is attached to the harvested animal.
    The tag must remain on your person, or
    attached to the animal (when required),
    until the animal is processed and prepared
    for long-term storage.
    IMPORTANT: If you are unsure about
    whether or not to attach your tag, you should
    attach it.
    Last edited by BPR 30-06; October 1st, 2019 at 03:04 PM.

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    Yah, but if it's butchered you would still have to prove the type of animal, sex and age.

    Ask a CO for sure
    Your outfitter should be able to answer that one also.
    He's responsible for flying it out legally
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    No idea but good luck with the hunt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RHYBAK View Post
    Yah, but if it's butchered you would still have to prove the type of animal, sex and age.

    Ask a CO for sure
    Your outfitter should be able to answer that one also.
    He's responsible for flying it out legally
    Yeah but Im flying myself in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellerivercrossbowhunter View Post
    No idea but good luck with the hunt!
    thanks.. Good luck to you too..cant wait..chomp

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    I think ill take a bunch of pictures if I get one.....by the way anybody now how to cut out a vulva?

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    Thanks BPR 30-06 I will however check with a CO too

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    We transport cut and frozen moose all the time, just need the info from the tag, tag holders name, address, licence number....etc...
    But, call your CO.....
    Different rules once it has been processed......

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