Antlerless Deer Tag Draw Results for New Brunswick
The results of the 2006 antlerless-deer-tag draw were released today by the Department of Natural Resources. A total of 4,165 New Brunswick hunters had their names selected in a random computerized draw for antlerless-deer validation stickers. The successful applicants will be notified by mail, and should receive their stickers by the end of September.
Of the 16,754 New Brunswick residents who applied for antlerless-deer permits, 24.9 per cent were successful. Applicants can determine if they are eligible to receive a validation sticker by checking the last two digits of their 2006 resident-deer-hunting licence number with the two-digit numbers listed under the wildlife management zone in which the hunter applied.
Antlerless-deer sticker holders may harvest a deer of either sex within the wildlife management zone designated on their tag, or an antlered deer in any area of the province that is open for the deer-hunting season. Only one deer may be harvested by each licensed hunter. Those applicants not selected in the antlerless-deer-tag draw will be limited to hunting antlered deer only during the 2006 deer season.
Northern New Brunswick wildlife management zones 3, 4, 5, and 9 remain closed for deer hunting during the 2006 season. Hunters are reminded that deer harvested in open zones must be registered before entering closed zones.
Wildlife management zones 1, 2, 8, 13 and 14 are open for antlered-deer hunting only. Antlerless deer harvested in zones open for antlerless-deer hunting must be registered before entering wildlife management zones 1, 2, 8, 13 and 14. Applicants with Internet access may check their draw success by visiting the Department of Natural Resources website.