Nonresidents must apply online for limited deer permits
PRATT – Nonresidents deer hunters looking to fill a Kansas tag this fall have until ksoutdoors.com, where applicants will be taken through a process step-by-step.to apply online for a permit. Only online applications will be accepted through the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism’s website,
A nonresident white-tailed deer combo permit is $346.96, including application and convenience fees. The Mule Deer Stamp is $102.50. Nonresident youth white-tailed deer combo permits (hunters 15 and younger) are $116.34. All nonresident permits are combo permits and include one either-sex whitetail tag and one antlerless-only whitetail tag.
Application instructions, season information, permit quotas, as well as last year’s drawing statistics, can all be viewed on the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism’s website, www.ksoutdoors.com.