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Boy applied for and got drawn for a B season licence but now he can not go on those dates. He has not bought his licence yet. Do any of you know if he can buy a C licence instead, or is he locked into those B season dates?

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This is from the DNR's page, emphasis mine:

 

On Wednesday, March 8, at 12 p.m. any remaining surplus licenses and the C-F unlimited permits will go on sale for anyone who does not already have a license, even if they did not apply for the 2017 spring turkey lottery.

 

Sorta sounds like he's OK as a long as he hasn't already bought that license.

 

 

 

I can't wait until they do away with this nonsense lottery and 5 day season.  I haven't even bothered with it for a couple years now.  In more positive news, hopefully I blast a tom down in the mizzura ozarks in a couple weeks.   

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How old is he?  Youth can hunt the entire season.

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Pretty sure even if you are drawn for a season you can just buy the over the counter tags instead for later seasons.  Or even if you already bought the B tag for shotgun you can still hunt the end of the season.  

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3 hours ago, Archerysniper said:

I'm not sure I will need to do some digging but thought that if your drawn tag is not filled it becomes valid again during the over counter seasons

 

I'm pretty sure he can just buy a later license too.  Unfilled A and B licenses can be used in G and F I believe, but not any other open season.

 

Actually I think I read ANY OTC tag that hasn't been filled is valid in G and F...

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