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What are the rules for bringing harvested big game into Washington from other states or provinces regarding chronic wasting disease (CWD)?
Refer to the chronic wasting disease section of the Big Game Hunting Regulation pamphlet. This section lists the states and provinces from which the importation of meat and trophies are now regulated. These areas currently include: New Mexico, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming, Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Illinois, New York, Wisconsin, West Virginia, North Dakota, and Virginia. This list is subject to change, and the current Big Game Hunting Regulation pamphlet should be consulted for the latest information.
It is a requirement that you notify WDFW if the animal you brought in from out of state tests positive for CWD. You should contact the Wildlife Program in Olympia at (360) 902-2515.
Meat must be de-boned in the state or province where harvested, and imported as boned-out meat only.
Skulls and antlers, antlers attached to the skull plate, or whistler teeth from which all soft tissue has been removed, may be imported. Any de-fleshed areas should be treated with 100% bleach.
Hides or capes without heads attached may be imported, but they should be thoroughly de-fleshed.