Anyway, I've got a Musk Ox hunt coming up with Ameri-Cana in 2020 in Nunavut. I was hoping to take one with the recurve but I'm hearing this might not be kosher. I looked at the Nunavut Fish and Game regs and it doesn't say no recurves. It does say: anything prescribed, under section 84 of the Criminal Code, as a “prohibited firearm”, “restricted firearm”, “prohibited weapon”, “prohibited device” or “prohibited ammunition."
Anybody here know what's what with recurves in Nunavut or have any experience hunting with them that far north? I've put a call into Game and Fish just to be on the safe side.
"Bow Hunting for Big Game Bow hunting for big game is permitted in Nunavut subject to the same regulations as hunting with a firearm. Draw weight must be at least 20 kg at 700 mm draw. Arrows must have a broadhead point width of at least 25 mm at the widest point or a barbless three-bladed bodkin head and must not contain any explosive."
Thanks again Russ!
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