From Kansas Dept. of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism
Unsuccessful applicants for Kansas nonresident deer permits can now apply for one of the more than 4,000 permits left over in other units after the initial drawing.
Permits became available June 18, and are being sold online on a first-come, first-served basis. To purchase, click here.
Hunters whose favorite unit does not have leftover permits may purchase a permit for an adjacent unit, if it has leftover permits, then select their favorite unit as the adjacent unit where they may also hunt.
Nonresident hunters who were successful in the drawing should have received their permits in the mail the second week in June. Those who were unsuccessful — more than 600 applicants — were notified about the same time.
Applicants can check the number of deer permits by unit that are still available online at Hunting/Applications-and-Fees/Deer/Quotas-and-Draw-Stats.
Department staff updates the site frequently.
Applicants can check the status of individual applications at https://www1.ks.wildlifelicense.com/results_lookup.php.