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2005 Any-Deer Hunting Permit Application Information


Hunting- Applicants applying to hunt on their own land without a license and applicants with a legal residence outside the U.S. or Canada must use the paper application and may not apply for an Any-Deer permit online. Paper applications will be available by mid-June. If you would like to receive an Any-Deer application by mail, you may request an application. There is no application fee to apply for the Any-Deer permit.

You may apply for three (3) Wildlife Management Districts. You may enter up to three (3) WMD choices in order of preference.

The Any-Deer permit system enters its 20th year in 2005. During the regular firearms and muzzle-loading seasons, only those hunters possessing a valid Maine Any-Deer permit may hunt antlerless deer and bucks with antlers less than three inches in length. Any-Deer permits are valid only for a specific wildlife management district. A permit holder may kill an antlerless deer in the wildlife management district for which his or her permit is valid. Hunters not possessing an Any-Deer permit may hunt "bucks only" (antlers three inches or longer) anywhere in the State.

You must possess a valid 2005 Maine license to hunt big game at the time you apply for an Any-Deer permit, unless you qualify to hunt on your own land under the Maine resident landowner provisions below.


Applicants applying to hunt on their own land without a license and applicants who live outside the United States and Canada must apply with a paper application (online applications are not available).

Maine resident landowners may hunt without a license on their own land if they live on that particular piece of land, the piece of land exceeds 10 acres in size, and the land is used exclusively for agricultural purposes. A landowner who's hunting privilege is under revocation is not eligible to receive an Any-Deer permit or Bonus Deer permit. Landowners may enter the drawing by submitting a signed, landowner affidavit form with their any-deer permit application. Landowner affidavits are mailed to all landowners who applied with one the previous year.

If you would like to receive a landowner affidavit form by mail, you may request one by sending e-mail to the Department. An unlicensed resident landowner may apply for an Any-Deer permit or Bonus Deer permit only in the district where his or her qualifying land is located. If an unlicensed landowner is selected to receive a permit, the permit is valid only on the qualifying land, even if a hunting license is later acquired. In order for a permit to be valid anywhere in a district, a hunting license must be acquired prior to application and that license number used on the application.

Source: Maine Department of Wildlife an Fisheries.


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