Hunting applications available on Internet

Hunting applications available on Internet Sportsmen wanting the latest hunting applications can check the Game, Fish and Parks website, according to S.D. Game, Fish and Parks officials.

Information Specialist John Forney said the 1999 nonresident waterfowl with tundra swan, nonresident small game, Black Hills deer, refuge deer, resident youth deer, fall turkey, and resident special Canada goose with tundra swan applications are now available at, the home page for South Dakota's Department of Game, Fish and Parks.

After that, click on "hunting," then look under the "information" column and click on "print an application." This places the individual at the application index page where they can print the desired application.

Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is needed to download the application files, is available on the hunting information page or at the top of the application index page. Anyone can obtain it free of charge by clicking on one of the "Get Adobe Reader" icons.

The last step is to choose the application and print it out.

"This is just one of many useful tools available to sportsmen on our website," Forney said. "We are always trying to improve features and add information."

Anyone with questions about seasons, license fees, regulations or even drawing success should spend some time surfing the GFP site.

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