FoxDen wrote:This is a copy and past from the SD GF&P Website
Licenses for most seasons are limited and issued by lottery drawing. Application deadline is July 9.
Licenses of limited-day duration require a start date for hunt before a license will be issued; start date may be changed through GFP License Office prior to the start date; applicants without a start date will have license held if successful in drawing, and may provide start date at any time before season, but please allow ample time for mailing license
See season application information for details.
Licenses for Unit 00B cover most of the state and are valid for 10 consecutive days
Licenses for Unit 00A are for the southeastern corner of the state are valid for the length of the waterfowl seasons in that area
Licenses for Unit 11A are for Bennett County in the southwest and are valid for 10 consecutive days
Licenses for Unit 00Y in the northeast part of the state are valid for 3 consecutive days
Licenses for Unit 00X in the central part of the state are valid on private land only for 3 consecutive days
Early Fall Canada Goose licenses are valid for the length of that season in those counties open to nonresident hunting
Spring Light Goose licenses are valid for the length of that season
South Dakota Migratory Bird Certification is included in waterfowl license
Federal Waterfowl Stamp required (not required for those under age 16)
Youth age 12 (or will turn 12 by Dec. 31) may hunt and have same license requirements as adults
Hope this helps. Good luck!
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