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Good morning from a new guy.

Heading for Manitoba next week for deer and just realized that I have no idea if I can bring the meat back. Any of you folks have any experience?

Thanks...TED
 

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Hey TED338, welcome to the forum. Sorry I've never hunted across the Northern border. I only venture up there to play lacrosse and check out the falls. But I'm posititve somebody will have info for you. Good Luck.
 

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welcome to the club. like timber said someone that way should have the info you need. if it is restricted for you to bring it home i believe they usually just have to check the deer for diseases and such. if its a clean deer then you can bring it home.
 

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You should probably check with US Customs and possible the USDA. I would start with Customs and ask them if you need to check with someone else. We pay their salaries...make them work for you! LOL!
 

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Yeah check with US and canadian Customs ALSO with new 9-11 border and customs regulations and Homeland security Regulations,
I'd be checking on what the Laws are regarding Bringing a rifle into Canada and back home again..
 

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Thanks

Sorry not to reply sooner but computer hit the skids same day I posted. Thanks for the advice, can tell you that getting the rifle is not that hard. Need a US pasport and Customs form # 4457 to prove you own the weapon; must have this form to bring the rifle back to the US also. No handguns, no way, no how.

TED
 
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