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 Care of your Game Animal before you go to the Game Processor (Butcher)

If you know of a game processor that is not included on this sheet,  Please submit info to us for inclusion on this site.     Contact 

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It is imperative that you get a Game Processor/Butcher lined up quickly after your kill. 

Listing of butchers / game processors on this page does not necessarily constitute endorsement by HuntWashingtonState.com.  We are providing this list to you, the reader, as a service. Please also be advised that fewer and fewer game processors are taking wild game.  Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is becoming a huge issue for processors.  If a processor butchers a CWD infected animal, there is a strong potential that the business will be quarantined... 

COUNTY NAME Address Phone website
Adams CL Meats
1497 Lind-Ralston Road
Ritzville, Washington 99169
509-659-0452 www.clmeats.com
Chelan Wild game Processing 4500 Navarre Ciykee Rd Chelan 98116 509-687-6311 http:/wildgameprocessing.blogspot.com/
Chelan C Js Custom Meats Wapato, WA 98951 509 877 2227 n/a
Clallam Sunrise Meats Port Angeles, WA 98362 360-457-3211 www.sunrisemeats.com
Cowlitz Bolar's Custom Meat Cutting Castle Rock, WA 98611 360-274-4202 n/a
King Proper British Bacon 625 Auburn Way S. Auburn Wa 98002 253-709-8294 www.properbritishbacon.com
King Linds Custom Meats 172nd Ave S.E. Kent, WA 98042 253.631.3172 n/a
Kitsap Farmer George Port Orchard, WA 98366 360-876-3186 n/a
Kittitas Owens Freezer Meats 502 E 1st St, Cle Elum 509-674-2530 n/a
Lewis Morton Meat Company Morton, WA 360-496-5327  
Okanogan Omak Custom Meats Twisp, WA 98856 509-826-9363 n/a
Snohomish Silvana Meats Silvana, WA 98287 360-652-7188
 
www.silvanameats.com
Snohomish Del Fox Custom Meats Stanwood, WA  98292 360-629-3723 www.delfoxmeats.com
Spokane Dunham & Sons
 
Spokane Valley, WA 99216 509-924-9821 n/a
Stevens Baumans Custom Meats Chewelah, WA 99109
 
509-935-8035 n/a
Thurston Heritage Meats Rochester, WA 98579
 
360-273-2202 n/a
Yakima Nile Valley Game Processing & Smoking Naches, WA 98937 509-653-1647 n/a
         

WAC 232-12-061

Tagging requirements.

 

  It is unlawful for a person who kills a big game animal or turkey to fail to immediately cut out and completely remove from their tag the designated notches corresponding to the day and month of the kill for that species, except for black bear or cougar, where for purposes of achieving species harvest management goals, the fish and wildlife commission determines that tags are not required for these two big game animals. A person who kills such animal or bird, shall immediately attach their notched tag to the carcass of such animal or bird. That tag must remain attached to the carcass while it is being transported and must remain with the wildlife during the period of retention of the edible parts. 

WAC 232-12-077

Wildlife taken by another.

 

  It is unlawful to possess wildlife taken during the open season by another unless it is accompanied by a statement which shows the name, address, hunting, fishing or other license or permit number and signature of the taker, the date, county and game management unit where taken.

 

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