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SD non-res pheasant license question

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Last year I remember hearing someone (can't recall who) say that if you only hunt for one of the two 5-day periods you can carry the other 5 days over for the followig year. Anyone ever hear of this or know anything about it? I wouldn't mind saving the $110 for gas and shells!

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You can but that license has to be purchase December 15th or later.

Also the second 5 days can not be started yet. In other words if you bought a license Thanksgiving of last year it is not good this year, if you bought over xmas you can use anytime this year

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As long as you didn't fill out the second 5 day period it is still valid....Always put the lat 5 days of the season down when you buy a new one you can always have the dates moved up but not back.

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On a similar note..............

Non Res. Youths ages 12-15 with a Hunters safety number can get the 2- 5 day license for $25.00 not the $110.00 that an adult pays for.

That seems to be news for a lot of people also.

Hope that didn't sound too much like Cliff Clavin.

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