It doesn't matter when you signed the application or check. As long as they don't get it before that round starts you are good.Hey, if I'm applying for a tag in first round of unsold tags (August 3rd) but I signed the application on July 30th, is that okay?
My check and application for this round were both signed a week ago, when I thought the first unsold round was last week. I saw the correct date when I was checking the remaining tags for the WMU of choice, and mailed them yesterday.It doesn't matter when you signed the application or check. As long as they don't get it before that round starts you are good.
For most units you will good any day this week and probably even much longer for all but a few units.Not yet showing any award for this round.
My first round tag wasn't awarded until Wednesday. One would think I'd have been smarter and sent this round elsewhere, but I'm not and I didn't.
I'm not too worried. Heck, I'm not worried at all. My first choice WMU is just over 5k tags left, and my second two are still in double digit thousands. I'm pretty well covered already for the areas I plan to hunt this year, but having that additional tag to expand out some won't hurt any.For most units you will good any day this week and probably even much longer for all but a few units.
Hah, for the last few years I have been sending second round apps to Elk, because as it's been said, they take it seriously, and they do. So Thursday eve I dropped off my envelope in the box in front of the Jim Thorpe PO, figuring it would get to Ridgeway by Saturday or Monday. So I just checked and my 2nd round tag for 4C was awarded, by the Carbon County treasurer!. The postal clerk just put my envelope in with all the others for Carbon apparently. I knew it was addressed correctly 'cause I checked it 10 times. And for the first time in my history Carbon came through.I got my second round 2F awarded at 7:16 this morning.
It pays to use a County Treasurer that takes it seriously.