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Can a Kansas Deer Permit be Purchased in a Secondary Market?

Can a Kansas Deer Permit be Purchased in a Secondary Market? Does Kansas allow this?

 

Thanks in advance,

Aaron T

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Doesn't sound like

Doesn't sound like it.

http://www.kdwpt.state.ks.us/news/Hunting/Applications-and-Fees/Deer/Dee...

"Hunt-own Land
Bag limit: One (1) buck, doe, or fawn mule or white-tailed deer
Hunt-Own-Land permits are valid for any season with equipment legal
for that season on lands owned and operated for agricultural purposes.
This permit is available to individuals who qualify as landowners, tenants,
nonresident landowners or as family members living with the resident
landowner or tenant. Available over-the-counter and online.
Special Hunt-own Land
Bag limit: One (1) buck, doe, or fawn mule or white-tailed deer
This permit may be issued to a resident landowner’s or tenant’s siblings
and lineal ascendants or descendants, and their spouses, whether or
not a Kansas resident, (for example, a grandson and his wife, a daughter
and her husband, a parent, or a brother and his wife would be eligible for
this permit. A landowner’s or tenant’s uncle, aunt, nephew, niece, or
cousin is not eligible for this permit.) The permit is valid only on lands
owned or operated by the landowner or tenant, and may be used in any
season with equipment legal for that season. Permits are limited to one
per 80 acres owned or operated. Available over-the-counter and online"

I used to buy them several years ago when they were more like the Colorado LandOwner Vouchers. They did away with that when they liberalized the NR Whitetail licenses. Those are easy to draw. Rifle NR Mule deer doesn't exist. Muzzleloader--yes, but very hard to draw. Archery--a little better.

As a general rule--Kansas is not very NR friendly. That being said, I hunt there as a NR every year. They just don't make it easy or cheap.

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NO

NO, Kansas did have transferable landowner tags for a short while but do not any longer.

If someone is trying to sell you a tag BEWARE!

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