McBee WMA Lottery Quail Hunt applications available until Tuesday at 5 p.m.
If you have not applied yet, there are a few days left to submit an application for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources McBee WMA Quail Lottery Hunts. Applications will be accepted until Tuesday at 5 p.m.
A non-refundable fee of $5 is required of all hunters on each application for the McBee WMA Quail Hunt lottery.
Youth hunters on the application must be at least 10 years old.
After the selection process occurs, the primary applicant will receive email notification of the drawing's completion.
To apply, visit https://bit.ly/2oqbeEr.
Waterfowl lottery applications available until Tuesday at 5 p.m.
There are a few days left to submit an application for the S.C. Department of Natural Resources waterfowl lottery hunts. Applications will be accepted until Tuesday at 5 p.m.
A non-refundable fee of $20 per hunter is required on each application for the Multi-site Waterfowl Lottery Hunt and $5 per youth applicant for the Youth Multi-site Waterfowl Hunt. Youth must be 17 years of age or younger to apply for the youth hunt.
To apply, visit https://bit.ly/2nDEgjj.
Additional opportunities for lottery hunt applicants
Applicants for both the Waterfowl Multi-Site and Youth Multi-Site Lottery Hunts also have the ability to opt-in for second-chance waterfowl hunting opportunities being offered by private landowners.
There is no additional cost to the applicant, and SCDNR preference points are not affected by any second-chance draw hunt opportunity offered by the South Carolina Wildlife Partnership or the Pintail Partners (for youth hunters).
You must apply for the SCDNR waterfowl lottery hunt to participate in any second-chance hunt opportunity and complete the opt-in form so that your information can be sent for the second-chance drawing. Selecting to purchase a preference point only will not enter you into the second-chance hunt.
To learn more about South Carolina Wildlife Partnership and how you may help, visit the SCWP website, www.sc-wp.org.
- From SCDNR
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