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California Code, Fish and Game Code - FGC § 4657

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<Section operative until July 1, 2024. See, also, § 4657 operative July 1, 2024.>

(a) The holder of a wild pig tag shall keep the tag in their possession while hunting wild pig. Before the taking of any wild pig, the holder of a wild pig tag, except for wild pig tags issued through the Automated License Data System, shall legibly write or otherwise affix their hunting license number to the wild pig tag. Upon the killing of any wild pig, the date of the kill shall be clearly marked by the holder of the tag on both parts of the tag. Before transporting the pig, a tag shall be attached to the carcass by the holder of the tag. The holder of the wild pig tag shall immediately, upon harvesting a pig, notify the department in a manner specified by the commission.

(b) This section shall remain in effect only until July 1, 2024, and as of that date is repealed.

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