HARRISBURG – Hunters eager to see if their 2021-22 antlerless deer license has been awarded might need to wait a little longer. The new licensing system now used to issue all hunting licenses, including antlerless licenses, has experienced slowdowns during peak sales periods – one of which began Monday, when PA residents were able to apply for their first antlerless deer license. That means it’s taking longer to issue antlerless licenses. The PA Game Commission is working with NIC Inc., the vendor that operates the new HuntFishPA licensing system, toward a solution that will speed up the sales process and enhance system performance. Hunters wishing to check whether their license has been awarded can do so at huntfish.pa.gov. Once logged in to their account on the site, an awarded license will appear in a hunter’s purchase history.