Sample Mexico Import Paperwork
In our August 2017 issue, Editor at Large Mike Bodenchuk explained that all Nonresident hunters in Mexico must have a contract with an authorized Mexican outfitter before hunting. While your in-the-field guide or outfitter may be a US resident (many US outfitters operate in Sonora), the contract must come from the Mexican outfitter with whom your outfitter has a legal arrangement. In some cases, it may be the landowner. In others, it may be an outfitter or manager with the approval on that UMA. You must also have a tag for the species you are hunting.
He provided his own paperwork from a recent Goulds turkey huntas an example of what you will need to have to bring your trophies home.