Guys, now I'm really confused. If I go to Sask. and shoot a legal possession limit of 16 mallards, when I cross the border I'm 6 over per our guidelines. This somehow violates our legal possession limits? Doesn't make sense, and I don't think this is the law or at least the way the law is enforced, even by the Feds.
Assuming for the sake of argument that I can legally bring 16 mallards from Canada, why is it different when you're talking about holding licenses from and harvesting birds in different states? For example, I'm a ND res hunting in Montana. If Montana allows a three pin possession limit (just for the sake of example), I can only transport two pins home even though Montana has no problem with me leaving with three? It just doesn't seem like this should be the case, but maybe so.
The only way any of this makes sense is if the rule is you can hold only one possession limit consistant with the most liberal license owned, home state or otherwise. Is that the rule? Otherwise, you'd have to carry your home state's regs with you anytime you hunted elsewhere, and tailor your harvest to mesh the rules of both states.
Muzzy, Doug, anyone else help us a little further on this one?