An Old School Look At Gar Catching ( Video )
14 November 2023
Did you know that a moose corpse cannot be brought into Texas?
Yes, you cannot take the deer’s body back into the state, even if it was shot in Louisiana or Arkansas just across the border.
The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department is the source of this.
Except for the following, no CWD-susceptible types bones or body parts may be transported into Texas from a state or nation that is known to have the disease.
- Reduce quarters with the removal of all brain and spinal cord tissues
- According to Texas regulations, processing of boned meat, cuts, and wrapped must wait until you get to your final location ( possessor’s home, business, or private cold storage ).
- Caped hide without a bone
- Antler-attached bone plate that has been thoroughly cleaned of all delicate tissue
- completed artwork goods
- If the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ ) permits it, the skinned or unskinned head of a susceptible species may be transported to tadpoles ( as in the case of the Deer Head Waiver ), provided that all brain matter, soft tissue, spinal column, and any unused head parts are disposed of in Texas landfills. Until it reaches the require, the waiver should be kept on your person or with the animal mind. To transport the intact head or obtain it from a TPWD CWD check station, download the Deer Head Waiver form ( PWD 1410 ).
- This waiver should also be available to hunters bringing unbroken animal heads from a state or nation with CWD into Texas.