Processing Deer, Turkey, or Antelope in Camp
- You are allowed to quarter a deer or antelope in camp, but tagging and proof-of-sex requirements continue to apply until the wildlife resource reaches a final destination (see Definitions).
- Deer or antelope may not be processed beyond quarters in camp unless the camp qualifies as a final
- While in camp you may remove and prepare a part of a wildlife resource if the removal and preparation
occur immediately before the part is cooked or consumed; however, all tagging and proof of sex
regulations apply to remaining parts and those parts may be transported to a final destination.
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