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Friday, March 21, 2008

Second Gobbler Applications Must Be In By April 1

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The Game Commission is reminding Pennsylvania hunters interested in applying for a second spring gobbler tag they have until April 1.


Applications are available on page 38 of the 2007-08 Pennsylvania Digest of Hunting and Trapping Regulations, which is provided to each license buyer, or by going to the agency's website www.pgc.state.pa.us), and clicking on "Spring Turkey Tag Application" in center of the homepage.

Fees for the special license are $21 for residents and $41 for nonresidents.

Mailed applications for special wild turkey licenses must be sent to: Pennsylvania Game Commission, Special Spring Gobbler License, P.O. Box 61317, Harrisburg, PA 17106-1317.

Applications also are being accepted over-the-counter at any of the six Game Commission region offices and the Harrisburg headquarters. Applications will be processed and mailed from the Harrisburg headquarters.

The spring gobbler season is set for April 26-May 26, and the daily limit remains one bird. Hunters are allowed to submit only one application for the special wild turkey license during a license year.

Hunters still are able to take one spring gobbler as part of their general hunting privileges. However, the special license enables the agency to afford those hunters interested in this additional opportunity to take a second spring gobbler in any Wildlife Management Unit

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