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Provincial Bag & Possession Limits

Provincial Bag & Possession Limits

Provincial Bag & Possession Limits

» It is unlawful to continue to hunt game species on a day in which the daily bag limit of that species has been taken, or, on the day or subsequent to the day in which the seasonal bag limit for that species of game has been taken.

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» In the regional schedules, NBL means No Bag Limit (no maximum number of a species or type of wildlife that a person may take or kill)

»An entry such as “2(1)” used for ungulates means the season bag limit is two animals of that species, one of which may be antlerless. An entry such as “10(20)” for game birds means the daily bag limit is 10 and the possession limit is 20.

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» The table on the next page indicates the maximum number of animals which a hunter may take in the province in one licence year (April 1 to March 31). Exceptions to the provincial bag limits may apply to some species in some regions. Provincial bag limits may be achieved by hunting in one or more regions provided the regional bag limits are not exceeded.

» For information on bag limits and possession limits for ducks, brant, coot, snipe, geese, mourning doves, Eurasian collared doves, and band-tailed pigeons visit https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/ services/migratory-game-bird-hunting/regulations-provincial-territorialsummaries/british-columbia.html.

» The possession limit for all upland game birds while hunting or returning from hunting is three times the daily limit except for Sharp-tailed Grouse (Regions 3, 5, and 7B) and pheasants (Region 4 only) where the possession limit is two times the daily limit.

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