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Deer Regs

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Here is a real question concerning the deer regs.
If I hunt in a managed area the first weekend and take a deer with my liciense then move to an intensive premit area to hunt 2nd weekend Am i able to get 1 bonus tag or can i take upto 4 bonus deer? How is the permit decieded by permit aera or for the premit area i bought the orginal liceince for ?

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Doesnt matter what area your in as long as its within your zone, if they have intensive harvests you can buy them over the counter, I have done this in the past.

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I think I understand what you are asking and I think I can answer it. There are managment tags that can be used in a variety of fashions, you can tag up to two deer in a managed deer permit area and up to five deer in a intensive permit area. So if you shoot and tag a doe with a bonus tag in a managed area, then yes, you may purchase and use another bonus permit in any intensive harvest permit area within your zone.

[This message has been edited by Stratosman (edited 09-16-2004).]

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You're correct & if you buy the all-season license, archery license, or multi-zone buck license, whenever those licenses are valid you can use intensive harvest tags in any area that has them, regardless of the zone.

Incidentally this question came up last year when we were hunting & I assumed it wasn't correct, but looked it up in the regs to verify. If you shoot a deer in one zone, you used to have to register it in that zone, but you don't have to anymore.

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