ANTLERLESS DEER PERMITS:
County treasurers statewide on July 14 will begin accepting antlerless license applications from Pennsylvania residents. Nonresidents can apply starting July 28. Beginning Aug. 4, treasurers will begin selling the remaining unsold licenses for any wildlife-management unit for which licenses remain available. A second round of unsold license sales will begin Aug. 18.
The deadline to apply for a 2014 elk license is July 31. That’s about a month earlier compared to last year. The drawing for elk licenses will be held earlier, too, and will be held as part of the Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Elk Expo. The drawing is scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. on Aug. 16, and will be held at the Elk Country Visitor Center in Benezette.
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PENNSYLVANIA OUTDOOR JOURNAL is an outdoor magazine covering the state of Pennsylvania. Published 10 times a year, our pages offer articles on fishing, hunting and trapping – how to nail flushing birds, find the trophy buck, call in the boss gobbler, and locate the biggest brook trout. The Sportsman’s Photo Gallery and other pages highlight the trophy catches of you and your neighbors – archery bucks, buster brown trout and monstrous catfish. If it is legal to hunt, fish or trap in Pennsylvania — big game, small game, game fish, panfish, rough fish, shooting, muzzleloading, archery, furbearers, fly fishing, trolling, bait fishing — then you’ll most likely find it in our magazine. Each issue has current solunar tables and advertisements for a wide range of sportsman-assisting products and services.
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