2014-15 Hunting/Trapping Seasons Receive Final Approval April 8, 2014 Pennsylvania

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2014-15 Hunting/Trapping Seasons Receive Final Approval April 8, 2014 Pennsylvania, PGC News
     The board voted to allocate 779,500 antlerless deer licenses statewide... In allocating antlerless licenses, the commissioners also voted to change the length of the firearms deer season in two WMUs... will have seven days of concurrent hunting for antlered and antlerless deer in the 2014-15 deer firearms season. In this format, only antlered deer may be taken during the first five days of the firearms season. Both antlered and antlerless deer may be taken from the first Saturday to the close of the season... The Board of Game Commissioners adopted a slate of deer seasons for 2014-15 that establishes the split, five-day antlered deer season (Dec. 1-5) and seven-day concurrent season (Dec. 6-13) in 14 Wildlife Management Units ...Those exempt from these antler restrictions are junior license holders, disabled hunters with a permit to use a vehicle as a blind and resident active duty military on leave... 
   The board on Tuesday also voted to issue 108 elk licenses (27 antlered, 81 antlerless) for the 2014 hunt.

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