Oklahoma Controlled Hunt Results Available July 19th
Applicants can find out if they were drawn for any of the hunts offered through the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's Controlled Hunt program beginning 8 a.m. July 19 by logging onto the Department's web site at wildlifedepartment.com.
Once applicants log on to the Web site, they can click on the "Controlled Hunts Results" banner and enter their last name, birthday, and the number they used on the original application (either their Social Security or driver's license number). The system will only access the Controlled Hunts results database when the correct number matches with the hunter's other information.
"This service is free, easy and efficient," said Melinda Sturgess-Streich, assistant director of administration and finance for the Wildlife Department. "With just a few clicks of the mouse, you can find out if you drew out on that highly sought after hunt of a lifetime."
Sportsmen without readily available Internet access can check their results at computer terminals available at the Department's headquarters and regional offices during those offices' regular business hours. In addition, many local libraries offer Internet access to library cardholders. Applicants should check with their local library for Internet services and user-policies. Successful applicants will also be notified by mail.
The opportunity to hunt on some of Oklahoma's most unique and desirable hunting properties have made the Department's controlled hunts program one of the most popular programs in the country.