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Resident Hunters Prepare to Snap up Antlerless Deer Licenses in Iowa

DES MOINES – Beginning Sept. 15, Iowa residents may purchase as many antlerless deer licenses until the quota fills or the season ends. Residents may purchase one antlerless deer license until Sept. 15. Counties with antlerless deer licenses that have sold out of the quota include Butler, Webster, Hamilton, Worth…


WMU’s 2E and 4B in Pennsylvania Sell Out of Antlerless Deer Licenses

HARRISBURG – Wildlife Management Units (WMU) 2E and 4B have exhausted their entire antlerless deer license allocations, announced Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe. As previously announced, antlerless deer license allocations for WMUs 1B, 2F and 2G have been exhausted. WMU 2E covers portions of Cambria, Clearfield, Indiana…


WMU 2F in Pennsylvania Sells Out of Antlerless Deer Licenses

Nonresident applications accepted beginning Aug. 18 HARRISBURG – Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 2F, covering a large portion of northcentral and northwestern Pennsylvania, has exhausted its entire antlerless deer license allocation, announced Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe. On Aug. 8, WMU 2G also exhausted its allocation of antlerless…


WMU 1B in Pennsylvania Sells Out of Antlerless Deer Licenses

Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 1B, covering all of Erie County, as well as portions of Crawford, Venango and Warren counties has exhausted its entire antlerless deer license allocation, announced Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe.  As previously announced, antlerless deer license allocations for WMUs 2F and 2G have…


PA WMU 2G Sells Out of Antlerless Deer Licenses

HARRISBURG – Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 2G, covering a large portion of northcentral Pennsylvania, has exhausted its entire antlerless deer license allocation as of today, announced Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe. Roe noted that this does not mean that hunters, both residents and nonresidents, are out of…


Antlerless Deer License Application Process Begins For Hunters

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe reminds hunters the agency will begin accepting regular antlerless deer license applications from resident hunters beginning Aug. 4, and nonresidents on Aug. 18.  Antlerless deer license applications must be sent to the Game Commission via 22 different Post Office boxes…