No, Furtakers license covers it.
HUNTING (A furtaker license is needed to hunt all furbearers except coyotes)
Foxes & Raccoons: Oct. 22-Feb. 18, 2012; no limit; foxes can but raccoons cannot be hunted on Sundays.
Opossums, Skunks & Weasels: No Closed Season. No limit. No Sunday hunting.
Coyotes: (Statewide): No Closed Season. Coyotes can be hunted on Sundays.
(Outside of Any Big Game Season) - May be taken with a hunting license or a furtaker’s license and without wearing orange.
(During Any Big Game Season) - May be taken while lawfully hunting big game or with a furtaker’s license.
Natural or manmade nonliving bait and any electronic or mechanical device can be used to attract coyotes for hunting or trapping. The
law allowing trappers to use any natural or manmade nonliving bait to attract coyotes still does not permit the bait to be visible from the air.
Those hunting coyotes, however, may hunt over bait visible from the air.
Bobcats (WMUs 2A, 2C, 2E, 2F, 2G, 3A, 3B, 3C, 3D, 4A, 4D & 4E): Jan. 17-Feb. 7, 2012
Requires a furtaker license and a Bobcat Hunting-Trapping Permit. One bobcat per license year, but all licensed furtakers may obtain one
permit. Permits can be purchased on the PGC website (www.pgc.state.pa.us
) by clicking on “The Outdoor Shop,” or through any license
Firearms For Hunting Furbearers: It is unlawful to take furbearers, including bobcats, with shotguns using shot larger than size number
4 buckshot, or implements that are not lawful firearms, bows or crossbows. Manually operated rifles or handguns of any caliber, manually
or semi-automatic shotguns and, bows and crossbows can be used. Persons hunting for furbearers, including coyotes, foxes, bobcats,
raccoons, skunks, opossums and weasels, may use gun-mounted lights that do not project a laser-light beam.
Dogs: Dogs are permitted to hunt furbearers.