With the new Pennsylvania Hunting, Fishing, Fishing and Boating Licensing System capable of providing athletes with electronic versions of the licenses they purchase, the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners has initiated the process of transporting the electronic licenses. hunting and hunting as an alternative to paper. licenses.
Under the plan previously approved by the commissions, harvest tags would continue to be issued in physical form on durable stocks. No electronic version of harvest tags would be issued or permitted for use, and durable stock versions would have to be carried to the field when hunting during big game seasons or trapping during seasons when harvest tags are available. used.
For all other permits, the electronic versions would be an authorized substitute for hunters and trappers to be transported to the field.
If the measure is passed upon final approval at the April meeting, hunters and trappers purchasing licenses online would continue to receive all sustainable stock license signs, including harvest tags, by mail, and would also have access to electronic licenses.
Those who purchase licenses from an issuing agent will receive harvest labels at the time of purchase and have the option of receiving digital licenses via email.
“With the launch of our new HuntFishPA online system, we are able to offer the added convenience of a digital license, which allows hunters and trappers to access their license documents on any mobile device. “said Deana Vance, director of the commission’s office. automated technology services. “It’s an option that many might prefer. “
There would be no additional charge to retrieve eLicense products from HuntFishPA, but regular charges would still apply for replacement of crop labels, or when the customer opts for a physical reprint of the license.
The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission made a similar decision last March.