The BlackDog Outfitters Hunting Checklist:
1. Get a hunt date booked: Check with Blaine Burns to make sure you and your hunting party have a firm date for your hunting experience.E-mail: email@example.com or Telephone #: (780) 662-3436 (Don't forget to Mail in your deposit or call Blaine with your credit card)
2. Get you and your hunting party's airfaire booked: eMail Blaine Burns your itinariary as soon as possible, so that he can start arranging your airport pick-up schedule.
3. Get your Paperwork in order:
3A. Do you have a current WIN (Wildlife Identification Number)? A Wildlife Identification Number (WIN) is required to purchase hunting licences in Alberta. Click here for more information.
3B. Do you have your CAFC 909 Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Form filled out.
• The declaration is available at all border crossings, but can be downloaded and filled out prior to arrival.
• CAFC 909 Non-Resident Firearm Declaration Download
• Fill out Three Copies. ••DO NOT•• sign the Form(s).
• Leave blank areas on the form that you don't understand.
• If you have more then three firearms: Continuation sheet (CAFC 910) - PDF
• The declaration is good for 60 days. It cost $25 Canadian, paid at point of entry. You can receive an extension to your Declaration from the Chief Firearms Office for the province you are visiting.
• You must be at least 18 years old to bring a firearm into Canada.
• The declaration is only valid for the person who signs the declaration.
• You can be processed by Canadian Customs in under twenty minutes. Go to the Regulations Page for more detailed information on Getting through customs at the border crossing.
3C. Is your Passport up to date?
3D. Download the Release Form.pdf: (RELEASE, WAIVER AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT). Fill out the form, Print it, Sign it, have a witness sign it and mail to, Box 514, Tofield, Alberta, Canada, T0B 4J0 --or-- Fax to: (780) 662-9392).