Oklahoma E-Check / Deer Processors

 

All hunters, including lifetime license holders, who take a deer or elk statewide, or a turkey east of Interstate 35, must check-in their harvest using the online E-Check Station (or with an authorized Department employee, if available) within 24 hours of leaving the hunt area, and in all cases prior to processing the carcass. Carcass tag or E-Check number must remain with the carcass through processing and/or storage at commercial processing or storage facilities. Hunters who do not have a computer or smartphone with E-Check access are urged to enlist the help of a friend or relative to check their harvest for them, or visit a local library offering Internet access to the public. Some former physical check stations might offer E-Check as a courtesy to their customers.

Online E-Check Station       

Deer Processors including Hunters Against Hunger participants