Firearms:

Canada Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form 909 – Hunters must fill out the Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form 909 before you leave for your hunt. Don’t try and fill it out at the border, this will upset the Canadian Customs officials and their routine. Fill out this form online and then print 3 copies. Double check your firearms details, especially the serial number, before you hit the print button. Do not sign this form until you are at the border and the officials there ask you to sign it. You will need to present the form with your passport. There is a fee for the permit and it is $25 CND. You must pay for your permit in Canadian dollars or by MasterCard, Visa or American Express. Canadian Customs does not except U.S. Currency. Remember to always carry your firearms permit and identification while you are in the field. To obtain your firearms application, go to the official Canadian Firearms Program page (http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/form-formulaire/pdfs/5589-eng.pdf )

Passports:

http://travel.state.gov/passport

Daily Limits/Possession

Limits: 5 dark geese, 8 ducks and 50 white geese daily.
Possession limits: 15 dark geese, 24 ducks and UNLIMITED for white geese.

For more information on Manitoba hunting laws see the Manitoba Hunting Guide (we hunt in Game Bird Zones 3 and 4).

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