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Only one en- try per hunter is allowed, meaning hunters that apply for several con- trolled hunts will still only be en- tered once. Controlled spring bear hunt applicants are not eligible for the drawing. Hunters can apply for con- trolled hunts online, at a license sales agent, at ODFW offices that sell licenses, or by mail or fax or- der using the fax or mail order ap- plication (also found on page 17 of the 2012 Oregon Big Game Regu- lations). Mail order/fax applicants should allow 7-10 days for their applications to be processed and issued. Remember, to be eligible for the drawing, the controlled hunt application must be issued, not just received, by the drawing deadlines (Jan. 31, March 15 and April 15). Controlled hunt applications can be processed and issued immedi- ately online, at license sales agents or ODFW offices. The deadline to apply for a con- trolled hunt is May 15 each year. In 2011, 79,481 out of 380,639 total applications, or almost 21 percent, were processed by April 15, 2011. That compares to 21 percent in 2011 and 16 percent in 2010. "Most controlled hunt appli- cations are received during the last few days," said Deanna Erickson, ODFW license sales services man- ager. "However, these drawings have increased the number of early applicants. In the past, the high volume of sales activity in the last few days prior to the deadline led to long lines and slowed or crashed the system. The vendor that manages the license sales system is purchasing the Sports Pac and Non-Resident Hunting Licenses for the winners. Some of Oregon's big game hunts are limited-entry, including almost all rifle hunting of deer and elk east of the Cascades and prong- horn antelope, bighorn sheep, and Rocky Mountain goat hunts. These hunts require a controlled hunt ap- plication. As of Jan. 1, anglers, wildlife viewers and others headed for any of five ODFW Wildlife Areas have to have a parking permit displayed on their vehicle's dashboard. Daily permits cost $7 and an- nual permits are $22. They can be purchased online, at one of the ODFW offices that sells licenses or at a local license sales agent. Wildlife Areas in the parking per- mit program are: Denman, Central Point; E.E. Wilson, Monmouth; Ladd Marsh, La Grande; Sum- mer Lake, Summer Lake; Sauvie Island, Portland.. Parking permits cannot be purchased at Wildlife Areas. For more information visit ODFW's website, http://www.dfw. state.onus/online_license_sales/ parking.asp ."The Real Deal" P R! M S N G MOTORS (541) 258-8191 - 1-800 225-4670 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil;i;i;i[ * ..... iiiiiii[,.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii"iiiiiiiiiiii)  -HAVE YOU-I MADE YOUR WILL? Shop Sweet Home First, Visit These Fine GetSeen by thousands of SC Appliance Repair local resedents and ,,.,,, o.ned bU$lHeSS-Fast response. 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