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Damage Hunt For Antlerless Mule and White-Tailed Deer in Portion of HD 640
Wednesday, December 24, 2003
Hunting
This news release was archived on Saturday, January 24, 2004

Valley and Daniels Counties will be open to the hunting of antlerless mule and white-tailed deer to holders of an unused deer A license and/or any unused deer B licenses valid anywhere in Montana during the 2003 general season, and/or any special damage hunt B licenses valid in Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Region 6 in 2003.  In addition, individuals may purchase two additional special damage hunt B licenses for antlerless mule or white-tailed deer.

 The damage hunt opened on December 22, 2003 and will close one-half hour after sunset on January 18, 2004.

 Additional special damage hunt B licenses for antlerless mule or white-tailed deer will be sold first come, first served until a total of 200 have been sold.  Licenses may be purchased at any regional headquarters, or at any license provider in Montana who sells hunting and fishing licenses.  Special damage hunt B licenses will only be issued to holders of a 2003 conservation license.  If a hunter has not yet purchased the 2003 conservation license, the following requirements must be met in order to purchase one:  All hunters born after January 1, 1985 must show proof of completing a Hunter Education Program; 18 years of age and older must first purchase a 2003 conservation license.  Cost of licenses will be $8.00 for residents and $75.00 for non-residents.

All hunting regulations in the 2003 Deer, Elk & Antelope Big Game Regulations will apply.