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    Compulsory Inspection

    If I bring an elk in to get an inspection done could I then butcher that animal in camp? In looking at the regs it seems that it would be ok.

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    Re: Compulsory Inspection

    I literally only brought the head in when I got the inspection done on mine last year.

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    Re: Compulsory Inspection

    Need the incisor tooth, rack and and chunk of skin with hair on it.. that’s all they asked me
    I like drinking beer and whiskey, shooting guns, jetboating, love a nice rack and a tight line, I am simply a sophisticated redneck...

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    Re: Compulsory Inspection

    need to have proof of sex while transporting

    hard enough to do with a used rubber let alone a cut-n-wrap
    Glad to say I have hunted Northern BC

    Simon Fraser had pretty good judgement on what he found in BC

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    Re: Compulsory Inspection

    since when do you have to bring in a elk to get CI'd?

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    Re: Compulsory Inspection

    Quote Originally Posted by madcalfe View Post
    since when do you have to bring in a elk to get CI'd?
    Look on page 21 of the synopsis, shows the required MU's.

    I also had to have the rosie bull in my avatar CI'd, pretty sure the the reg 1 elk leh's have required CI for a while
    Last edited by Ron.C; 05-30-2022 at 12:27 PM.

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    Re: Compulsory Inspection

    Quote Originally Posted by madcalfe View Post
    since when do you have to bring in a elk to get CI'd?
    You don't (well maybe in some situations as Ron mentioned). The reason to bring it in to get CI'd is so I can butcher in camp.

    Quote Originally Posted by high horse Hal View Post
    need to have proof of sex while transporting

    hard enough to do with a used rubber let alone a cut-n-wrap
    True, except there's a provision in the reg's showing that the proof of sex can be removed once the animal is CI'd.

    I think I'm going to reach out to the CO on this one.

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    Re: Compulsory Inspection

    This is what the hunting reg's say. You can not cut up your animal at at camp. It can only be processed at your residence or at a meat cutter. The bill you receive from the meat cutter will have all of the info needed for your trip home. It must be a real meat cutter which will meet all of the standards put out by the Gov't.

    Removing Evidence of Sex & SpeciesEvidence of species and sex may be removedfrom the carcass or the hide of game:4after it arrives at a person’s normaldwelling place and is butchered and storedthere for consumption on the premises,4after it is taken to a meat cutter or theowner or operator of a cold storage plant,or4after it has been inspected by a qualifiedCompulsory Inspector.
    From what I have been told the Inspector will be the owner of the meat processing plant.

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    Re: Compulsory Inspection

    Can someone chime in that has gotten a CI done? Do you get some sort of official document that the animal has been inspected? Does the CO or inspector put the info into a database that other CO's can access?

    I posted the question to the CO service, I'll let you know what I find out, it'll be a few days for them to respond...

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    Re: Compulsory Inspection

    Quote Originally Posted by jamfarm View Post
    Can someone chime in that has gotten a CI done? Do you get some sort of official document that the animal has been inspected? Does the CO or inspector put the info into a database that other CO's can access?

    I posted the question to the CO service, I'll let you know what I find out, it'll be a few days for them to respond...
    Iv'e had a goat and elk CI'd. In both cases I was given a small tag from the CI that noted the animal, date, my tag, hunter# and LEH Auth #. I beleive his file number. I'm sure the CO service eventually has access to this data but can't see it being an immediate thing.

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