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DMAP Question

I've been invited to hunt a property in Bedford county that happens to be in a DMAP area that is not big enough for landowner coupons. Before I waste $10.90 I have a question. In the outdoor shop, when I click on the hyper-link for no coupon it mentions "to hunt DMAP representing publicly owned land". Can you hunt private land with the permit? Thanks.
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Whether public or private, you have to get a DMAP Coupon for that particular parcel of land (there is a DMAP number) that it applies to. For instance, I get 5 coupons for my property. The folks I hand them out to, can only hunt my property with them. They are valid on no other property.

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BUT... are you confusing DMAP with the DMA area ? Disease Management Area ?

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DMA2 south unit. Thanks.
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post #5 of 7 (permalink) Old 06-30-2017, 04:03 PM
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DMA is completely different from DMAP.

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Whether public or private, you have to get a DMAP Coupon for that particular parcel of land (there is a DMAP number) that it applies to. For instance, I get 5 coupons for my property. The folks I hand them out to, can only hunt my property with them. They are valid on no other property.
I have mine in DMAP this year and got 8 coupons.
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I went on the beginning of the week and Beaver County is sold out already. Never seen that so quick before. Wanted my Daughter to try to get a Doe. Heck, License just went on sale a little while ago.
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