Leftover Doe/Fawn and Cow/Calf Licenses Sales Start Aug. 15
Leftover reduced price doe/fawn antelope and deer and cow/calf elk licenses go on sale Aug. 15 at license agents in the respective hunt areas with some new rules to make sales more equitable and consistent across Wyoming.
There are doe/fawn antelope licenses available in 88 areas, doe/fawn deer in 60 areas and cow/calf elk licenses in 43 areas.
A new regulation passed by the Game and Fish Commission July 28 requires the licenses to be sold purely first-come, first-served without preference to resident or nonresidents. Customers are allowed to submit applications for up to six hunters.
License agents who accept phone, mail, fax or applications by any other electronic means, cannot do so before noon Aug. 15.
“These new sales regulations will standardize the sale of these licenses across the state,” said Jean Cole, G&F license sales supervisor.
If someone is purchasing doe/fawn licenses for a resident friend, a signed application is needed because a signature is required to verify residency.
Resident doe/fawn licenses are $20; $14 youth. Resident cow/calf elk $30; youth $20. Nonresident doe/fawn $50; youth $30. Nonresident cow/calf $200; youth $100.
For information about doe/fawn and cow/calf license availability and location, call (800) 842-1934 or (307) 777-4600 out of state, or visit the G&F Web site at gf.state.wy.us.