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Is it legal to sell the entire carcass of a fox or coyote in PA? I don't have my digest in front of me at the moment.
 

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If you have a furtakers license you can sell them on the round or skinned. For coyotes you only need a hunting license.
 

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Thanks. Yea I need a furtakers license anyways to kill the fox. I might just go buy a furtakers license. I don't know who would buy a fox in my area.
 

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Double Lung 20 said:
Thanks. Yea I need a furtakers license anyways to kill the fox. I might just go buy a furtakers license. I don't know who would buy a fox in my area.
Jerry Johnson, Johnson's Furs on Millers gap road in Mechanicsburg!
 

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No it does not, it applies to the inedible parts of game.
 

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NO, foxes are not considered game, they are designated furbearers, hence the need for a furtakers license to hunt or trap for them. However you need a permit to hold green furs longer than 10 days after the season is closed. A green pelt is one that is not dried, cured or tanned.
 
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