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Early Anterless Deer Question

DEER, ANTLERLESS (Statewide): Oct. 18-20. Junior and Senior License Holders, Disabled Person Permit (to use a vehicle) Holders, and Pennsylvania residents serving on active duty in U.S. Armed Services or in the U.S. Coast Guard only, with required antlerless license. Also included are persons who have reached or will reach their 65th birthday in the year of the application for a license and hold a valid adult license, or qualify for license and fee exemptions under section 2706. One antlerless deer with each required antlerless license.

Does this mean that anyone with an anterless deer permit for the current season can hunt and harvest an anterless deer during Oct 18-20? With a legal firearm I want to add...
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Only Juniors, Seniors, Disabled, and Active Military. It does NOT include Adult licensees.

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Re: Early Anterless Deer Question

Thanks for the clarification. For some reason I likened "senior" with adult license.

Really I am glad this isn't also for adult licenses because now I know it will not interfere with my squirrel hunting. Whew.

I haven't even scoped my Henry yet
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Does this mean that anyone with an anterless deer permit for the current season can hunt and harvest an anterless deer during Oct 18-20? With a legal firearm I want to add...

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Only Juniors, Seniors, Disabled, and Active Military. It does NOT include Adult licensees.
Remember This season that the Junior and Senior Season OVERLAPS with?

Antlerless - Muzzleloader: Oct. 13-20
Must have a muzzleloader license.

The Legal Firearm would be some form of a Front Stuffer Along with a Muzzleloader License! So Yes, Regular Adult Hunters CAN Hunt during the Junior/Senior 3 day season, Seeing that there is an Overlap with Early Muzzleloader Season!
If your Not a Junior or Senior or Disabled, and Active Military Licensed Hunter, then you need a Muzzleloader license!

HE question, the True Answer would be, YES, with an Antlerless License and a Muzzleloader License hunting with some form of front Stuffer!
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Re: Early Anterless Deer Question

yep, the only perk there is that the excepted people above can use a regular firearm those three days

I gotta go agitate the techies!
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Flintlock time!!!!
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Re: Early Anterless Deer Question

Woody, seeing that the OP asked specifically about the 18-20 Oct season, I puposely left out the early muzzy season, so as to not add confusion.

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I just want to say thank you again for the education.
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Woody, seeing that the OP asked specifically about the 18-20 Oct season, I puposely left out the early muzzy season, so as to not add confusion.
Bcoz, You have to Remember the Crowd you are posting to on here!

If you do Not give them the Full Explanation, they will tell others that they are hunting Illegally when they are hunting LEGALLY!
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Bcoz, You have to Remember the Crowd you are posting to on here!
Oh, I do Woody! That's why I didn't want to add any more confusion.

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