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The excitement has been building up to the 2020 hunting seasons amidst these strange Covid-19 times. All of the planning and preparations are about to pay off as Oregon hunters begin to hit the woods this weekend for the opening of the Oregon Archery General Deer and Elk Seasons. Before you head out on your next hunting adventure don't forget to double check your MyODFW app to make sure everything is still in working order so you can be ready to validate your e-tag once that big buck is on the ground. Check out these quick articles for a refresher...

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Since the beginning of Hunt-Tag we have received countless stories, feedback, and opinions about the new Oregon hunting license system. Some good, some bad. Either way, if you are for or against the changes, the fact is that the system Oregon hunters used to know is evolving and changing so we will need to adapt in order to legally comply with the new regulations. In this blog we will share some tips to ensure your next harvest and tagging process is as smooth as possible, so you can enjoy your success in the field without stressing over the nuances of the new system. First off,...

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Check out some of the early success of Oregon Hunt-Tag customers. We have been getting pictures and stories sent in from all over the state of some hard earned harvests. Everything from spring bear and turkey seasons to antelope and early archery deer and elk seasons our customers have been putting some miles on their boots, food in their freezers, and Hunt-Tags on some horns. Congratulations to all those Oregon hunters that have been successful this year. We love to receive and share the success stories and harvest pics from our customers and will be having a GIVEAWAY for Best Hunt-Tag Success...

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If you plan on hunting in Oregon this year you may be interested to find out how you will now be required to tag your animal in the field.

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With the recent hunting regulation changes in Oregon, hunters are now required to provide their own method of tagging their harvest. Oregon has moved to an electronic tagging system that requires the use of an app to validate your tag upon harvest via a smartphone. Once the tag is validated the app will give the user a confirmation number. This confirmation number and other information about the harvest is required to be attached to the harvested animal during transit. The Hunt-Tag system provides a means of attaching this information to a harvested animal. The Hunt-Tag has a few simple, but much needed...

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