(Undated) – Indiana deer and turkey hunters won’t have to head to a check station to report their latest kills this fall.
They can just go online.
The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has introduced the CheckIN Game system developed to help streamline the current harvest reporting process. Over 2,100 turkey hunters took advantage of the program during its launch in the spring season.
CheckIN Game allows hunters to skip the step of taking their harvested animal to a check station for physical inspection.
“The CheckIN Game system allows hunters to quickly report their game from the convenience of their home or directly in the field using their mobile device,” said Mark Reiter, DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife director. “This free online system is a big step forward in giving hunters more options to check in their game.”
The CheckIN Game suite of services can be found online at www.in.gov/dnr/fishwild/7365.htm.
For those hunters who prefer the traditional check stations, more than 450 sites across the state will provide the service for reporting either deer or turkey.