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    Default New Member Antelope Question

    I'm from California, hunting for 30+ yrs. First time hunting out of state to Wyoming. My question is validating your harvest. Is it mandatory? Do I have to go find a warden to validate my game?

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    Cut out the date and month on the license, sign it, then attach to carcass immediately. done

    If on pvt/walk-in/hma, sign and drop the LO portion in the box at the entrance to the property.

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    ^^^^

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    Ok thanks, easy enough.

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    make sure you have the conservation stamp (printed out at home) signed and with your licenses.
    Also, there are 3 places to sign your license/carcass tag;
    1, the license portion before you hit the field,
    2, the carcass tag at time of take,
    3, the LO coupon at time of take if on pvt/walk-in/hma.

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    The only way your have to have your game checked is if you pass a check station while out and about or traveling to or from your hunting area.
    Hunters must stop even if no game has been taken.

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