USA -(Ammoland.com)- It’s too late to enter Saturday’s drawing for one of the 118 Pennsylvania elk licenses to be issued by lottery this year.
But even for those who missed the deadline, there’s still one last chance to take part in the state’s 2017 elk hunt – and do so in style during a 56-day season.
Hunters have until 8 p.m. Friday to go online and purchase chances for a raffle, the lucky winner of which will receive an extended opportunity to hunt bull elk anywhere on Pennsylvania’s elk range, as well as a fully guided hunt to be filmed by a professional crew and, if the hunt is successful, the trophy mounted free of charge.
Raffle chances also will be sold at this weekend’s Pennsylvania Great Outdoors Elk Expo, to be held Saturday and Sunday in Benezette, with in-person sales to close at 11 a.m. on Sunday. The raffle drawing will take place on Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Elk Country Visitor Center.
The winner does not need to attend the drawing to win.
Chances for the Elk Conservation Raffle cost $25 each, or six chances may be purchased for $100, but there …Read the Rest