From Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism
-- Three Kansas deer seasons open in September: muzzleloader season, from Sept. 19 to Oct. 2; archery season, Sept. 19 to Dec. 31; and youth/disabled season, which opened Sept. 10 and runs through Sept. 18.
Resident hunters who have yet to obtain a Resident Any Season White-tailed Deer permit can still obtain one at Parks and Wildlife offices, select license vendors, by calling (800)918-2877 or online http://www.kdwp.state.ks.us/news/License-Permits.
The Any Season permit is valid statewide and allows the hunter to harvest one antlered or antlerless white-tailed deer during any season with equipment legal for that season.
Resident hunting licenses, required of anyone age 16 through 64 in addition to the deer permit, cost $20.50. Resident Any Season white-tailed deer permits are $32.50. Antlerless-Only White-tailed Deer permits, which may be purchased only after an antlered deer permit has been purchased, are $17.50.
After Dec. 30, deer hunters may purchase Antlerless-Only White-tailed Deer permits valid during January seasons without having first purchased an antlered deer permit.
There is no minimum age to apply for or receive a big game permit; youth younger than 16 may hunt without hunter education, if supervised by an adult 18 years or older.