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Hunter Referral Program

The Hunter Referral Program is intended to help landowners manage deer numbers on their property by increasing deer harvest. Deer populations are above desired levels in some parts of Kansas, and some landowners are seeking ways to reduce deer numbers. The referral program puts landowners in contact with hunters who are looking for a place to hunt.

HOW LANDOWNERS SIGN UP FOR THE PROGRAM

For the opportunity to find hunters to help you manage deer populations on your land, contact Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism office, (620) 672-5911.

HOW HUNTERS SIGN UP FOR THE PROGRAM

Hunters can register by clicking the button below and filling out the form. Hunters may also call any of the Kansas Wildlife & Parks offices listed below and register, or they may receive a postcard application that they can complete and mail back to the address on the back of the postcard.

Hunters then wait to be contacted by a landowner who is seeking hunters. Referral applications will be on file for a single season only, so hunters will need to complete a new referral application if they want to be considered for the following year. Submitting a referral application does not guarantee that a hunter will be contacted or offered a place to hunt.