Anterless Deer License
License Types - 2022 Hunting License
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- First come first served
- One application per hunter per round
- Must use the official PGC Pink envelope
Cost: $6.97 Resident $26.97 Non-Resident
2022 Application Schedule:
(By mail only)
- July 11 Residents-1st Round
- July 18 Nonresidents-1st Round
- August 1 Unsold-1st Round
- August 15 Unsold-2nd Round
September 12 Over-the-Counter Sales
- One application per hunter per round. Up to two applications per hunter in the unsold, 1st round, if the hunter did not receive a license in the regular first round. Up to three applications per hunter in the unsold, 2nd round, if the hunter did not receive licenses in the previous rounds.
- Applications cannot be received before the scheduled date of sales.
- Applications received with no return postage will be held in the Treasurer's Office. Please call us if you believe we may be holding your application.
- Over-the-counter sales are sold through County Treasurer offices. Licenses can be obtained in person or by mail.
- Once over-the-counter sales begin, hunters may hold up to six anterless deer licenses at a time. Each hunter will qualify for at least three additional licenses at the time of over-the-counter sales if the WMU is not sold out.
- Hunters who obtain 6 licenses may apply for additional licenses, if available, as they harvest deer and report them. Report online through HuntFish.PA.gov or call 1-800-838-4431 to instantly become eligible to purchase another license, if they are available.
- Landowner anterless deer licenses are only available until Friday July 9 and must be purchased in the County's Treasurer's Office.
- Application forms can be obtained on:
1) the green panel issued with the hunting license.
2) The Game Commission website.
3) Hunting and Trapping Digest.