Major Changes Coming for the Quota Hunt Application Process

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The 2006 Spring Turkey Quota Hunt applications will be the first fully automated quota hunt process ever administered by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.

Turkey hunters applying for a spring turkey quota hunt need to be aware of major changes in the quota hunt application process for the 2006 season. Mail-in quota hunt applications will no longer be accepted, turkey hunters must apply online or at a license agent.

A list of available spring turkey quota hunts will be available at licenses agents or online at this website (see below). Hunters may begin submitting applications on December 20, 2005.

Hunters may walk in to any license agent and apply. You will need your TWRA number and required fees, sportsman license holders, lifetime sportsman license holders and seniors with a type 167 permit do not have to pay the fee. Using the 2006 Spring Turkey Quota Hunt instruction sheet, select the hunt choices for the areas you wish to apply. After applying at a license agent you should receive a receipt listing your hunt choices, name, address, and fees. Be sure to verify all information on application receipt to ensure you will receive quota hunt information after the drawing.

Hunters with internet access may go to this website (on December 20) to apply for a spring quota turkey hunt. Once you have accessed the internet site, follow the on-screen directions.

The 2006 Spring Turkey Quota Hunt application deadline is midnight, February 8, 2006.

Remember, mail-in quota hunt applications will no longer be accepted; you must apply online or at a license agent.

Click here for the 2006 Spring Turkey Quota Hunt Instruction Sheet