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I was not alone, my friend was with me as well and he witnessed my request to fill out the form on both occasions and the subsequent denials.
The wardens seemed to have a problem with the transportation of the deer on the road to get to the port of entry. They even said that we would have to "go around" meaning go through Mexico on the roads to go into the border checkpoint on the US side. I can find nothing in the US fish and wildlife website that says the animal most come into the US at any particular Port of Entry.
Animals (deer) are denied entry into the US all the time. I am wondering if they, Texas Wardens, write tickets for every denied animal at all border crossings. I think not.
What I cannot seem for find anywhere is: At what physical point does the PWC take effect on bringing the deer into Texas?
Since we were trying to follow Federal Law by complying with the posted signs at the boat launch, to which we told the Texas Wardens immediately. Does Texas even have a legitimate right to cite us?
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