The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) would like to remind nonresident deer hunters that the application deadline for 2015-2016 Nonresidents Deer Permits is ksoutdoors.com, where applicants will be taken through a process step-by-step.on . Only online applications are being accepted through the KDWPT 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. Hunters who draw a permit will also need a nonresident hunting license.
Application instructions, season information, permit quotas, as well as last year’s drawing statistics, can be accessed at www.ksoutdoors.com.