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Sorry if this is a dumb question but i was wondering if you can eat what you shoot in your blind? Like if i were to shoot a mallard can i breast it on the spot and toss it in a pan and eat it? Or is that illegal? I want to know just incase my friend and i want to do that some time i want to keep it legal... I just love the whole idea of hunting your bird and eating it right where you got it from
Its a good feeling
Theres nothing like frostbite and gunpowder in the air!!!!
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That's ok as long as you keep the head or one fully feathered wing must remain attached to all such birds while being transported from the field to ones home. And as long as you still follow your possession limit/bag limit.
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Too add to that question, If you are camping is that considered your home? Can you then completely clean and freeze ducks taken?
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