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    never mind. Its my new rig pass, I just got. Shoulda put my glasses on. Thought it was Ute.

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    license was 30 bucks plus 5 bucks for the bird validation.
    Now to meet up with Eric at NAPI headquarters to get my permit, and the fun begins!
    Last edited by Mark Teahan; 10-16-2013 at 10:59 AM.

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    Here's pics thru the windshield from yesterday of some of what it looks like.


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    Mark: even the mighty Navajo nation cant override the even mightier USFW service....Waterfowl comes under the heading of migratory bird act, and once you limit out in one state you are done for the day..PERIOD...the reason I know that is that we posed the hypothetical to a long time USFW warden at the Cibola NWR on the California/AZ border and also has grounds on an Indian reservation,and according to him even if you hunted all three areas you would be over the limit for one day once you shot a limit in the original state you hunted
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    That's fine. Im not greedy.

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    What's closest airport and hotel? Ill offer 5 times that!
    Agreed, I'd pay that for a weekend!

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    If I caught my typing finger trying to tell the whole world about my KEWL new hunting spot- I would gnaw the summitch right off.

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    Its true cause I read it on the internet!
    Well,
    I called a federal warden buddy I hunt with on occasion, when our schedules coincide, and asked him about hunting on NAPI/the res, and the bag limits.
    He told me NAPI/the res is a sovereign nation, and legally, If, I were to have and awesome day on NAPI, and killed my limit, I could swing into my spots off res, and legally, kill my state limit as well.
    He said just like nm state requires one to have a fur takers license to shoot fox and bobcat, but they fall under your Navajo Nation small game license. He checked a guy with 2 cold, stiff, bobcat and a fox once on BLM land, and asked for his fur license and the guy produced his res license and said he shot them out there and hit his favorite calling spot on BLM land on the way home for coyote. He was legal.

    Oh, and permits are limited, and was told they only sell under 40 a year.


    Sorry all, right, wrong, or other, thems the laws.

    So, I can, legally shoot 14 ducks and 7 geese a day if I wanted to, between the state and sovereign nation.
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    The Navajo Nation is in 4 states.
    So which state law applies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Teahan View Post
    The Navajo Nation is in 4 states.
    So which state law applies?
    The State in which you are hunting....better check the possession limits of your state and also if there is a way to certify that the birds you take on the reservation can be verified as such, because once you leave that reservation you are fair game for a game warden to apply the law for his jurisdiction
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