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Indiana reserved hunt apps online July 1

From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources

-- Online applications for reserved hunts will be available July 1 online  at http://www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/5834.htm.

Details on available hunts include:

Dove Draw Hunt
Applications will be accepted online from July 1 to July 30, 2010. Successful applicants may bring one hunting partner. Draw results will be posted online at www.wildlife.in.gov up to a week after the deadline to apply. For more information, call Kevin Hoffman at(317) 234-5904 or send an e-mail to khoffman@dnr.in.gov


Military/Refuge Firearm Deer Draw Hunt
Applications will be accepted online from July 1 to Aug. 27. Applicants do not have to enter their hunting partner's information online. Successful applicants are allowed to bring one hunting partner. Any military area deer hunt may be canceled or rescheduled upon short notice.  No hunt fee refunds will be given if a hunt is canceled or rescheduled. Handguns are not permitted on any military area. Successful applicants will receive more information regarding their hunt once the draw results are posted.  There will be a link to a document with the information. Draw results will be posted online at wildlife.in.gov up to a week after the deadline to apply. For questions regarding the military/refuge hunts, call the Deer Hotline at (812)334-3795 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays. This is not a toll-free call. For more information, call Kevin Hoffman at (317) 234-5904 or send an e-mail to khoffman@dnr.in.gov

Military/refuge archery deer draw hunt
Applications will be accepted online from July 1 to Aug. 27. Applicants do not have to enter their hunting partner's information online. Successful applicants are allowed to bring one hunting partner. Any military area deer hunt may be canceled or rescheduled upon short notice.  No hunt fee refunds will be given if a hunt is canceled or rescheduled. Handguns are not permitted on any military area. Successful applicants will receive more information regarding their hunt once the draw results are posted.  There will be a link to a document with the information. Draw results will be posted online at wildlife.in.gov up to a week after the deadline to apply. If you have questions regarding the military/refuge hunts, call the Deer Hotline at (812)334-3795 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays.  This is not a toll-free call. For more information, call Kevin Hoffman at (317)234-5904 or send an email to khoffman@dnr.in.gov

Pheasant draw hunt
Applications will be accepted online from July 1 to Oct. 1, 2010. The Nov. 6 reserved hunt date is for Youth Only, ages 17 and younger. Persons 18 years of age and older who apply for the youth hunt will be disqualified. Applicants do not choose a property, but select a date. Properties are assigned to successful applicants. Successful applicants may bring up to two hunting partners. Draw results will be posted online at www.wildlife.in.gov up to a week after the deadline to apply.

For more information, call Kevin Hoffman at (317)234-5904 or send an email to khoffman@dnr.in.gov

State park deer reductions
Online applications accepted online from July 1 to Aug. 27. Reduction hunts take place Nov. 15 and 16 and Nov. 29 and 30. Applicant must possess a deer hunting license to apply for this hunt. Hunter densities and the number of available spots are carefully calculated for each park. The reductions are a necessary management tool that helps protect other plants and animals, some rare and endangered, from the effects of elevated deer densities. If you are successfully drawn, the parks depend on hunters selected to fill their spot.  Parks that will be hosts to two reduction hunts in 2010 include Brown County, Chain O'Lakes, Charlestown, Clifty Falls (archery), Fort Harrison (archery), Indiana Dunes, Lincoln, McCormick's Creek, Pokagon, Potato Creek, Prophetstown, Shakamak, Summit Lake, Tippecanoe River, Versailles, Whitewater Memorial. Individuals may take up to three deer (only one antlered). Deer taken in these hunts are in addition to all other bag limits.

Hunters may bring up to two hunting partners but must include their information on the application to do so. No single name can appear on more than one application per reduction period. Those who choose to apply, must keep a copy of the application confirmation. To be eligible for these reductions, the hunter must be an Indiana resident, 18 years of age by Nov. 15, 2010 and possess a license to take deer.  Special concessions may be made for hunters with disabilities. Contact the property of interest before applying. Draw results and packets for successful applicants will be made available online by Sept. 3. For more information, call Mike Mycroft at (317)232-4128.

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