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Spring Archery Question

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Ok here is what I copied off the DNR HSOforum.


IMPORTANT: This is a summary of Minnesota’s hunting regulations. For complete

regulations consult state statutes and rules.

In the spring of 2007 an archery spring turkey license can be purchased

that is valid for the last two time periods only of any permit area with 50 or

more permits per time period. Lottery applicants that are successful in the

2007 spring turkey lottery will not be eligible to purchase an archery spring

turkey license.

The dates for the archery turkey license for 2007 will be May 18- May 31.

Valid in permit areas are: 215, 218, 223, 225, 227, 228, 236, 239, 240, 337,

338, 339, 341, 342, 343, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 425, 440, 442, 443, 461, 462,


So here is my question. Can someone buy an archery tag if you did not or in my case forgot to apply? In the regs it only says you can't if you were successfully drawn. I was curious if anyone here knew otherwise I was gonna call the DNR when I get a chance.

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Labs is correct. The archery tag is over the counter sales and you didn't need to apply. You buy the license and a turkey stamp. I htink it comes to $21. Not too bad for the chance to chase the bird that was the forerunner to the Bald Eagle as the national symbol. Its an amazing hunt even if you don't get one.

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