Pennsylvania has found deer that tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD) this year. In response, the state now has two disease management areas (DMAs): DMA 1 is essentially Adams and York Counties, while DMA 2 encompasses Bedford, Blair, Cambria, and Huntington Counties. Hunters in those areas must present their harvested deer at a PGC check station to have it tested for CWD. Hunters are prohibited from baiting or using a urine-based lure in the DMAs. All hunters statewide are still required to report their kill within 10 days of the harvest by going online or by calling (855) 724-8681.