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The Sitka black-tailed deer hunting season is closed in Southeast Alaska. All hunters who obtained deer harvest tickets, even those who did not hunt or harvest a deer, must return completed hunt reports to the Alaska Department of Fish & Game.
Southeast Alaska deer season hunt reports due 020817 OUTDOORS 1 Capital City Weekly The Sitka black-tailed deer hunting season is closed in Southeast Alaska. All hunters who obtained deer harvest tickets, even those who did not hunt or harvest a deer, must return completed hunt reports to the Alaska Department of Fish & Game.
Wednesday, February 08, 2017

Story last updated at 2/7/2017 - 8:31 pm

Southeast Alaska deer season hunt reports due

The Sitka black-tailed deer hunting season is closed in Southeast Alaska. All hunters who obtained deer harvest tickets, even those who did not hunt or harvest a deer, must return completed hunt reports to the Alaska Department of Fish & Game. If you haven’t submitted your hunt report, please do so immediately. Hunt reports may be submitted by mail, in person at a Fish and Game office, or online at http://hunt.alaska.gov. The information provided in hunt reports helps biologists estimate changes in area-specific deer harvest and hunting effort, monitor populations, and recommend appropriate seasons and bag limits. The more detailed hunt information you provide, the better biologists can track trends and manage deer populations. For more information, or if you require assistance, please call the area office nearest you.