Monday, July 18, 2011

Did I get My Doe License? Find Out Now!

By Shirley Grenoble , The Altoona Mirror July 17, 2011
Wrapping your mind around deer hunting in the middle of a July heat wave takes concentration but I assured my friend that he could probably still get a doe license if he acted now. The process for finding out that status of doe license applications just got easier, accomplished from your computer. Here's how to do it.

Go to the Game Commission website (, and click on the blue box (Buy Your License) in the upper right-hand corner of the homepage. Click on the Purchase Fishing and/or Hunting License Permit and or Application/Replace License and or Permit option, which includes the ability to check on the status of an Antlerless Deer or Elk Application, scroll down and click on the Start Here button at the bottom of the page.

At this page, choose one of the identification options below to check your records, fill in the necessary information and click on the Continue button. Click on the appropriate residency status, which will display your current personal information. At the bottom of the page, choose the check on the status of any lottery application button, and then hit Continue.

While this may seem like a lot of clicking and box checking to get to the information, the system is designed to protect an individual's personal information, while at the same time enabling that person to check on the status of his or her application.

As county treasurers process doe licenses, a license buyer's application status will be updated in the system and consequently can be checked online.

Read the whole article here.

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