Three Ways to Report a Harvest August 31, 2012 Pennsylvania

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Three Ways to Report a HarvestAugust 31, 2012 Pennsylvania, PGC
     Those participating in the state’s archery deer seasons can file their harvest reports through one of three methods to the Pennsylvania Game Commission: postage-paid postcards, online and through a toll-free telephone system. As always, postage-paid postcards are included in the annual hunting digest for those hunters who choose to mail in their report cards. 
     To report a deer harvest online, go to the Game Commission’s website (, click on “Report Your Harvest” in the upper right-hand corner, check “Harvest Reporting,” scroll down and click on the “Start Here” button at the bottom of the page, choose the method of validating license information, and click on the checkbox for the harvest tag being reported. A series of options will appear for a hunter to report a harvest. After filling in the harvest information, click on the “Continue” button to review the report and then hit the “Submit” button to complete the report. Failing to hit the “Submit” button will result in a harvest report not being completed.
Hunters using the toll-free telephone reporting system can call the Interactive Voice Response (IVR) number, which is 1-855-PAHUNT1 (1-855-724-8681).

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