Indiana Department of Natural Resources
Division of Law Enforcement
ClOVERDALE- Starting at the beginning of the 2015 fall hunting seasons, there were changes made on how you check in your legally harvested deer and wild turkey. To help clarify these changes, there are THREE ways to report your harvested deer and turkey through the CheckIN Game system. As in years past, you are still required to have your deer or turkey checked in within 48 hours and follow regulations on temporary transport tags after harvesting game.
Please refer to your 2015-2016 Indiana Hunting and Trapping Guide for more details about regulations. The Indiana Hunting and Trapping Guide can be found at most locations that sell hunting, trapping, and fishing licenses, but can also be downloaded online atdnr.IN.gov.
If you are the traditional type of person and you’d like to see a list of ‘traditional’ local check stations, they can be found online athunting.IN.gov by clicking the ‘Check Station’ link. This page organizes the traditional check stations by searching the county you’d like to view.
Below is a list of ‘traditional’ check stations for each county within District 5. Check stations are privately owned and operated with unique operating hours. Being a check station is voluntary, and check stations are added and removed throughout the year. Please contact the check station prior to arrival to make certain they are open and still checking game.
© Indiana Central News. All rights reserved. Terre Haute, Indiana
News Writer: Lucy Pery PHONE: 317-527-4141