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Dock Boy

Six Wheeler/Snowmobile bringing into Canada

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I have already made reservations to fish with Stu at Cats on the Red for late March. We will be bringing six wheelers or sleds up there for our mode of transportation depending on the conditions. Just wondering if we need anything when we cross the border with our machines ie papers or something to get them across. Thanks guys for your help!!

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Dock Boy, I've been waiting for someone to reply to this, so I didn't have to. I don't know the answer to your question- my assumption is that it won't be a problem. However, I've never taken a sled or wheeler up there, so I can't say for sure. I'd suggest you make a call and ask. If you do, please post back and let us know what they have to say.

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