Holders of a 2019-20 hunting license valid July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020 will be able to apply for a resident antlerless license starting Monday, July 8, 2019. The cost of the antlerless license is $6.90 for residents.
Non-residents with a valid 2019-20 hunting license will be able to apply for a non-resident antlerless license starting Monday, July 15, 2019. The cost of the antlerless license for non-residents is $26.90.
Check or money orders should be made payable to the County Treasurer’s Office. Cash should not be sent with applications. The Treasurer’s Office is not responsible for applications that are not received through the USPS.
Antlerless license applications are accepted on a first come first serve basis through the United States Postal System only.
Hunters are encouraged to mail applications in the pink envelope provided by the Pennsylvania Game Commission on July 5 in order to ensure timely delivery to the Treasurer’s Office. Applications received prior to July 8 will be rejected.
Applications should not be sent to the Game Commission. Please be sure to place first class postage on Sections I & II of the pink envelope.
Only one license per hunter may be issued in the first round and hunters may apply for a second or third license in subsequent rounds until the supply is exhausted.
If submitting up to 3 applications per envelope, applicants are encouraged to submit separate checks or money orders for each application. If one check is remitted for multiple applications all of the applications may be rejected if there is a problem with any one application or if any Wildlife Management Unit is sold out.
If the license allocations for all WMU preferences are sold out, the application will be returned to the hunter. The hunter may apply for another WMU where licenses are available by using a new pink envelope.
Hunters are encouraged to check the Pennsylvania Game Commission website frequently to confirm the status of their license application by visiting https://www/pa/wildlifelicense.com.
Questions or concerns may be submitted to the Game Commission at 717-787-4250 or visit www.pgc.pa.gov.