Record of Game

Here's a neat idea for your 

"Record of Game"

Front of card                                              Back of card

    If you will email me at "" with an address I'll send you a card that you can write your name and license number on for your record of game.  I'll also send a piece of laminating sheet to laminate it with to keep it dry and neat.  All you need is a bread-tie or small piece of wire to attach it to your game.  I carry mine in my wallet with my bread-tie so I always have it.
    If you don't have a lifetime hunting license, let me know and I'll send you a card that just has "License #____".

Because this site is free and I don't make any money from it, if I get a big response to this page, I may have to require a "self addressed stamped envelope", to help with postage.  If this happens, I will email you back and let you know.  Thanks for understanding. 
(put "Record of Game" in the subject line)

If you would like to help me with postage, send "self addressed stamped envelope" to:
The Oklahoma Outdoorsman
P.O. Box 1005
Ardmore, OK 73402-1005

Thank you for all your emails and help.

This card is 'not' a "license" or "tag"!  It is simply something that will fit easily into your wallet or pocket, to put on your game to meet the ODWC's "Record of Game" law. The web master of The Oklahoma Outdoorsman (me) will not be liable for any false information put on any cards. The Oklahoma Hunting Guide & Regulation book says (and I quote):
    "All persons, including lifetime license holders, shall immediately upon harvesting a deer or turkey securely attach their name and hunting license number to the carcass. The attached item can be anything - even a business card - as long as it contains the hunter's name and license number. This must remain attached to the carcass until it is checked at the nearest open hunter check station."

This card meets all ODWC regulations, as long as the hunter 'does not' put an incorrect name or license number on it.