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New License Rules for this Fall


DonBo

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This from the Minnesota Chapter of the NWTF:

If you are looking for the deadline to purchase/apply for your FALL Minnesota Turkey Tag - quit looking! Starting this Fall - tags will be available over the counter! the month long season will be pretty much the month of October! for the past several years the amount of people applying/buying licenses has not exceeded the amount of tags available - so the DNR has decided that a lottery is not necessary. And just a note to remind you all - you buy one spring turkey license and one fall turkey license - harvesting one bird in the spring and one in the fall!..

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Been looking good to know, thanks Don.They should put that on DNR website so people are aware of the change.

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Nice, I'm looking forward to fall already. Even though we lost our bowhunting place after 20 years of hunting. Been looking all summer. Have a few leads and a couple small metro places to hunt. Now I need a place to take a fall bird.

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  • 4 weeks later...

Another change

Turkey

• Licensed turkey hunters may change permit areas within the fall or spring season

or time periods within the spring season by submitting their original turkey license

and unused tags along with a $5 replacement license fee.

• Fall turkey licenses will no longer be distributed by lottery. They may be

purchased online, by telephone and wherever hunting and fishing licenses are

sold.

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dumb question but if we didnt use our tags from last year we can change them to this year or to a different time period?

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dumb question but if we didnt use our tags from last year we can change them to this year or to a different time period?

I would think it is only good for the same year. Cannot use last years unfilled tag.

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