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    Default Does a non resident assistant guide need a guide to grizz hunt

    Question, would a non resident assistant guide need another guide to be in camp who is a resident for the non resident to hunt on a grizzly tag once all the clients are out of the bush? or can that assistant guide hunt on his own. Does it matter what unit he hunts in?

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    If hunting, you are now a hunter and not a guide, so taking guide away from non-resident, you are now a non-resident needing a guide or next of kin to hunt grizz. At least that's my thought process. Easiest and safest is to call F&G and Troopers with the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZinAK View Post
    If hunting, you are now a hunter and not a guide, so taking guide away from non-resident, you are now a non-resident needing a guide or next of kin to hunt grizz. At least that's my thought process. Easiest and safest is to call F&G and Troopers with the question.

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    pretty cut and dried here- Non-resident needs a guide.

    skill set is not even mentioned... in the regs

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    And not just "in camp;" within 100 yards of the hunter, with a hunt contract drawn up and signed in the field.

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    That is the law. You would need the contracting guide to remain in the field while you conducted your hunt on a hunt record.

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    I met a sheep guide who would finish the client season, then "guide" his assistant on a ram.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scott_rn View Post
    I met a sheep guide who would finish the client season, then "guide" his assistant on a ram.
    All too common

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnclimber View Post
    All too common
    What's wrong with that?

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    The absolute irony would be that the assistant guide would have to guide the guide, if the guide was also a non-resident....

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    But the assistant guide couldn't guide the guide if the guide was the contracting guide cause the contracting guide can't hunt big game while he has clients in the field....even If he is the client?! Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRWNBR View Post
    But the assistant guide couldn't guide the guide if the guide was the contracting guide cause the contracting guide can't hunt big game while he has clients in the field....even If he is the client?! Lol
    Makes perfect sense.......How much peyote was consumed in the writing of these regs anyhow?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BRWNBR View Post
    But the assistant guide couldn't guide the guide if the guide was the contracting guide cause the contracting guide can't hunt big game while he has clients in the field....even If he is the client?! Lol
    Good advice Jake.

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