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Huge Grouse populations the last 3 years.

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Imagine being only 1hr. over the border and being at a remote resort with your group and just a handfull of other guests enjoying the beautiful scenery, nice cabins and some of the best public Grouse hunting around. Our numbers have been unreal the past 3 years.

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We are boat-in resorts miles from the nearest roads, you won't need to worry about hearing the cars rush by your bedroom window while you are trying to sleep here.

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Mabe you could clear something up for me....

Dont you need a pass port to get back? And how do you get you guns up there? I was under the impresion they had to be shipped. I know you can not get them over the boarder at customs. So how are you doing it?

Am I completely wrong???

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You need to fill out a sheet of paper at the border stating that you are the owner of the guns, you can put 3 on a sheet and it only costs about $25 bucks - the paperwork is good for a few months so if you live along the border like I do, you can bring your guns back and forth for the entire hunting season as long as you carry the paperwork in your vehicle.

They have been doing this for the past 9 years or so.

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Outfitter17 is providing a service that many would love to take advantage of.

Check rules and regs regarding transporting yourself and your firearms across the border and back. Read up on your border crossing regs. You do not need a passport to get back into the US if traveling by motor vehicle. You do however need specific WHTI compliant documents or a passport card (not the same as a passport) to get back in.

Here's some border crossing info from the government.

http://www.dhs.gov/xtrvlsec/crossingborders/#0

http://travel.state.gov/passport/ppt_card/ppt_card_3926.html

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Hey guys,

Grouse season is just around the corner, I was out checking bear baits today and there are alot of grouse in the woods. The time to book a grouse/fishing trip is now.

You can fish in the morning pull your boat over to a portage and take a little walk and get your limit of grouse, its that simple.

You don't need to drive anywhere here, no trailering your boat once you are here and trailering is back. Then unhooking it to drive out of town to go after grouse.

It all happens right here. Why waste time driving around, when you can be fishing and hunting in seconds.

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