What the Cherokee Hunting and Fishing Code says

Published: July 5, 2009
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→Licensing — The Cherokee Nation Tribal Citizenship Card, "blue card,” is considered a valid Cherokee hunting and fishing license. When afield, Cherokee hunters and anglers must carry this card as well as proper photo identification.

→Tagging — Where ODWC (Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation) requires harvested game to be tagged, the Cherokee Nation Hunting and Fishing Code requires the Cherokee Licensee to likewise "tag” such legally harvested game via affixing a photocopy of their Cherokee Nation Tribal Citizenship Card, "blue card,” to the carcass of the legally harvested game.

→Game Check-in — Until such time as an agreement between the Nation and the State of Oklahoma can be reached, it will not be possible for Cherokee citizens using their Cherokee License/tag to utilize State of Oklahoma Hunter Check Stations. Where ODWC requires harvested game to be tagged, the Cherokee Nation Hunting and Fishing Code requires the Cherokee Licensee to utilize a telephone service for such check in requirements.



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