PRATT – Nonresidents wishing to hunt deer in Kansas had to have their applications completed and submitted online no later than midnight, April 28. And now that the deadline has passed, many applicants are anxious to learn the results of the drawing. However, it takes time to get the data assembled and preference points accounted for before the random computer drawing can occur.
At the end of this month, drawing results will be available online at www.ksoutdoors.com or www.kshuntfishcamp.com. Applicants will need to enter their KDWPT number and date of birth or driver’s license number to see their results.
In mid-June, the process of mailing permits to lucky successful applicants and refunds to those who didn’t draw will begin. Any leftover permits will go on sale, online – first-come, first-served – beginning at midnight, June 30.