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    Non Resident Kansas Mule Deer

    Any non residents out there that have hunted Kansas for mule deer? Looking for some basic info regarding how the draw/application process works and what types/areas of hunting are open to non residents.

    My preference is DIY, but I am not sure what Kansas state regulations are regarding outfitter requirements and what Kansas' public land access is like.

    Any information one would care to share regarding non resident deer hunting in Kansas would be helpful.

    Thanks for reading.

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    Non-residents are only elgible to hunt muleys with a bow or muzz. You need to draw a tag & a mule deer stamp. You pick 2 units that join. As far as public goes there is alot of wiha but it gets hit hard. Bird hunters run alot of deer out stomping through them. I would reccomend finding some private ground. I lived in Kansas for 10 years & have a lifetime. It is a great state but it gets alot of pressure.

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    Figure out the land situation ahead of time. Deer get smart and access gets hard in areas with roads on every mile line. No getting off the beaten path to find game, everything is within range from the road or a very short walk.

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    To revive this thread I looked into the odds of drawing a mule deer tag as a non-resident of this state...


    Unless I read the regulations incorrectly....

    You purchase a Deer license-Whitetail (If you have enough points to draw one...1 usually gaurantees it)

    at the same time you purchase a mule deer stamp. (This puts you into the mule deer drawing)

    The drawing odds are poor....that's all I have to say about that....

    Then if you don't get drawn for a mule deer you have to eat the 400$ whitetail tag and hunt whitetails.

    They don't refund you for the whitetail tag...

    POINTS DON'T COUNT TOWARDS MULE DEER.

    I have no interest in hunting whitetails unless its a booner while I was hunting mule deer so basically trying to get a mule deer tag as a non-resident in Kansas is a joke unless you are planning to hunt whitetails there anyhow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mallardsx2 View Post
    To revive this thread I looked into the odds of drawing a mule deer tag as a non-resident of this state...


    Unless I read the regulations incorrectly....

    You purchase a Deer license-Whitetail (If you have enough points to draw one...1 usually gaurantees it)

    at the same time you purchase a mule deer stamp. (This puts you into the mule deer drawing)

    The drawing odds are poor....that's all I have to say about that....

    Then if you don't get drawn for a mule deer you have to eat the 400$ whitetail tag and hunt whitetails.

    They don't refund you for the whitetail tag...

    POINTS DON'T COUNT TOWARDS MULE DEER.

    I have no interest in hunting whitetails unless its a booner while I was hunting mule deer so basically trying to get a mule deer tag as a non-resident in Kansas is a joke unless you are planning to hunt whitetails there anyhow...
    i think you pretty well nailed it

 

 

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