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In The Hunt



Hunting remains a vital way of life for many residents and non-residents in Washington and contributes to statewide conservation efforts. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife maintains opportunities for seasoned and first-time hunters alike. Learn about the steps every hunter must take before heading afield, and how to report your harvest after a successful hunt.




In The Hunt


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These bonus antlerless harvest authorizations may be filled with any weapon type during the appropriate season. They must be filled in the zone, unit and land type (public or private) designated on each harvest authorization. Bonus antlerless harvest authorizations are available on a first-come, first-served basis at a cost of $12 each for residents, $20 each for non-residents and $5 for youth hunters under age 12.


Hunters may use any of their Farmland (Zone 2) antlerless deer harvest authorizations included with their license or purchased bonus antlerless deer harvest authorizations to hunt in a metro sub-unit by selecting the deer management unit (DMU) where the sub-unit is located. The harvest authorization is valid within the entire DMU, including any metro sub-units.


Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a degenerative disease of the brain and nervous tissue that infects white-tailed deer and other cervids. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources began monitoring the state's wild white-tailed deer for CWD in 1999. The first positives were found in 2002 through testing of hunter-harvested deer in November 2001. While testing a harvested deer is not required, hunters are encouraged to learn about CWD in Wisconsin and stay up to date on mandatory baiting and feeding restrictions.


Hunters have the choice of applying for one hunt period at any of the participation areas. Hunt periods, area maps, and property specific restrictions are included in the hunter information packets below. They are in PDF format.


It is important to note that areas participating in reserved hunts are managed by various agencies and may have unique restrictions that each hunter must follow. Hunt periods, area maps, and property-specific restrictions are included in the hunter information packets below.


Check to make sure you have the proper license that is required for the species you intend to hunt. If you have the correct license and you still do not see any hunts, check to make sure that the application deadline has not passed.


Typically, the draw hunt results will be posted online approximately two weeks (or less) after the application deadline has passed. Sign up for Wild Bulletin to receive emails with the latest news regarding the reserved hunts, and other important fishing, hunting, and wildlife information.


Draw results will be posted online along with all the information you will need to participate in the hunt if you were successfully drawn. To view draw hunt results, visit Indiana Fish & Wildlife Online Services and click the link to see the status of your reserved hunt registrations or login to your account and view your Hunt Registrations in your online dashboard.


Verify that you typed your Customer ID number and date of birth correctly. Make sure you have a confirmation number (Hunt Registration ID) or confirmation email for the hunt. If you don't have a confirmation number or email, it is likely that you didn't successfully submit your application. If you have a confirmation number or email, and you do not see any results for your name, call DNR Customer Service at 317-232-4200 or toll-free at 877-463-6367.


Make sure you have a confirmation number (Hunt Registration ID) or confirmation email for the hunt. If you don't have a confirmation number or email, it is likely that you didn't successfully submit your application. If you have a confirmation number or email, and you do not see any results for your name, call DNR Customer Service at 317-232-4200 or toll-free at 877-463-6367.


There are also animals, wild and tame, domestic and exotic: pheasants, rabbits, a lion and his lioness. A tiny frog hides in the greenery. Ducks swim in clear, running streams while dogs pass by, intent on the hunt.


Hunter Education: If you were born after Dec. 31, 1965, you must provide proof that you've passed a hunter education course approved by the DWR before you can apply for or obtain a hunting license or permit. Applicants that apply for a permit without having completed a Hunter Education course will be rejected in the drawing. If you become a Utah resident and you've completed a hunter education course in another state, province or country, you must obtain a Utah "blue card" before you can buy a resident hunting license. You can obtain a Utah blue card at any DWR office by providing proof that you've completed a hunter education course approved by the DWR. (More information about transferring your out-of-state certificate of completion.)


Choosing a hunt: We recommend that you research the area you want to hunt before you apply for it. Some hunting areas in Utah are made up of large amounts of public lands. Others are made up of mostly private lands, which require trespass permission. Researching before you apply will help you avoid drawing a permit that you might not be able to use. You can find maps and boundary descriptions on the the DWR's website. Note: Permit drawings can be complicated and the odds often misinterpreted. Please be cautious of anyone that assures that you will draw a permit in a certain year.


The online application process is easy to use. Detailed instructions walk you through each page, and you have multiple opportunities to review your hunt choices. There are also a few other things to keep in mind. Read more


Hunt choices: Most hunts allow you to select more than one choice in the application. Please remember that if you apply as an individual and are hoping to hunt with your family or friends, you may want to select only one hunt choice or consider a group application instead.


Double-check your hunt selection: Make sure you select the hunt that you really want. Please double-check the hunt number, area, season and weapon type before completing the application. The application will give you several opportunities to review your hunt choice(s).


Fee charges: After the application is submitted, you will be charged for application fees, hunting license fees, and donations. We won't charge you for the permit fee unless you are successful in the drawing. Charges for permits can happen anytime after the drawing is held. Normally charges begin before the drawing results are available.


For many hunters, knowing that general season permits are drawn after the limited-entry and once-in-a-lifetime permits is good enough. For others, it may helpful to know that limited-entry is considered before once-in-a-lifetime. Whatever your goal, know that the drawing is complicated and there are situations in which a permit may be drawn unexpectedly.


When the drawing begins, 50 percent of the permits for each hunt are drawn by the applicants that have the most bonus points. Next, the other 50 percent of the permits for each hunt are drawn among all remaining applicants. Having bonus points will give you a better chance at drawing a permit in this part of the drawing also. Learn more about bonus points.


A Statewide Alligator Hunt Permit is a type of limited entry permit required to participate in the Statewide Alligator Harvest Program. The Statewide Alligator Hunt is a highly sought after limited entry hunt; there are often more than 15,000 applicants that will apply for approximately 7,000 permits.


Each successful statewide alligator hunt applicant will receive an Alligator Trapping License, an area specific harvest permit, and two CITES tags, authorizing the holder to harvest two alligators. The harvest areas and hunt dates are specific for each permit, and the permit specifies the boundaries or limitations of the harvest area. The statewide alligator hunting season begins on August 15 and ends on November 1. The first four weeks of the season are divided into four quota weeks, and each permit is assigned one of those weeks.


Exemptions: Customers with a valid FWC Resident Disability License are exempt from the cost of an Alligator Trapping Agent License but must obtain the license at no cost to assist a permitted trapper on a hunt. Non-participating passengers in a boat with alligator trappers are not required to be licensed.


Groups: There are no group applications for Statewide Alligator Hunt permits. However, each permit allows the permit holder to have an unlimited number of properly licensed alligator trapping agents and alligator trapping license holders assist in the hunt.


Guests: There are no guest permits available for the Statewide Alligator Hunt; however, a permit holder may have appropriately licensed individuals assist in the hunt. The permit holder must be present on the hunt and each assistant must either hold a valid Alligator Trapping License (for any harvest unit) or Alligator Trapping Agent License. Those wishing to assist in this way can purchase an Alligator Trapping Agent license for $52 anywhere licenses are sold. Non-participating passengers in a boat with alligator trappers are not required to be licensed. However, individuals who are age 15 or younger are not required to have an agent license to participate.


Reporting Requirements: By the end of the Statewide Alligator hunting season, permit holders must report their harvest using an Alligator Harvest Report Form. Unused tags must also be returned to the FWC, and failure to comply may result in exclusion from participation in the statewide alligator program for a period of one year. 041b061a72


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