Online over counter tags

Roger

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Either I have a brain fart or blind but what page is the printable over counter tags on the F&G web site ?
 

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Either I have a brain fart or blind but what page is the printable over counter tags on the F&G web site ?

Click the Hunting Tab, and it's a blue button on the top that says "Get your Permit / Harvest Ticket".
 

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The print-at-home option is pretty convenient, but I still prefer the traditional harvest tags - heavier duty paper and a smaller size. I could load up my printer with card stock, but the tickets you print out are way larger (or at least they were in years past).
 

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The other problem with printing at home is most people have inkjet printers. Which means if you get them wet, there goes your harvest ticket.
 

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Sandwich it between two pieces of clear packing tape.
Ziplocs work too.
BK
 

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I always just stick the pertinent pages from the regulations, my license, driver's license, and tags into a large ziploc bag. Keeps everything in one place and dry every time.

So much easier to do online than standing in line at the store and filling out all the same info over and over.
 

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I cut them out and then put the clear packing tape over them front and back. Instant poor mans lamination and water proof :)
 
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