Centre County treasurer Rich Fornicola announced Tuesday that doe licenses for Wildlife Management Unit 4D in Centre County are sold out.
The sellout completes the sales of WMUs affecting areas in Centre County. WMU 2G sold out on July 23.
WMU 4D, which comprises most of the county, sold its 33,000 licenses that were allotted by the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
WMU 2G, which begins north of Interstate 80 and extends into Clinton County, sold all of its 22,00 tags.
The Centre County WMUs are two of 10 statewide WMUs that have completely sold out. WMUs 1B (30,000 tags), 2E (21,000), 2F (27,000), 2H (5,500), 3A (18,000), 4B (26,000), 4C (25,000) and 4E (21,000) are also sold out. As of Tuesday, 13 remaining WMUs had tags available.
The general doe and buck seasons begin Dec. 1.
Hunters can check their license status online at www.pgc.state.pa.us.