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7. What do I need to know about Kansas antlerless deer permits?

2013 Deer FAQs

Hunter who possess a permit that allows the taking of an antlered deer may purchase as many as five Antlerless White-tailed Deer permits. The first such antlerless permit purchased will be valid statewide, including all KDWPT-managed public hunting areas. The second permit is valid in all units on private lands with landowner permission, on Walk-In Hunting Areas, and on Cedar Bluff, Glen Elder, Kanopolis, Kirwin, Lovewell, Norton, Webster and Wilson wildlife areas. Up to three additional such permits may be issued to the same individual and are valid only in units 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10A, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, and 19 on private land with landowner permission, on Walk-In Hunting Areas, and on Cedar Bluff, Glen Elder, Kanopolis, Kirwin, Lovewell, Norton, Webster and Wilson wildlife areas. All Antlerless-Only White-tailed Deer Permits are valid during any season with equipment legal for that season.

All hunters must first possess a permit that allows harvest of an antlered deer before any type of antlerless permit can be purchased, unless the antlerless permit is purchased after Dec. 30. All antlerless deer permits may be purchased over-the-counter through January 30, 2014, regardless of residency.