Hunting licenses in Wyoming are on a computer draw basis. Our outfit will assist you with the online application process. Elk license applications must be submitted by January 31st for non-residents.  Antelope and mule deer license applications must be submitted by May 31st. License application payments must be made by credit or debit card.  If you’re unsuccessful in the license draw, all of your money will be refunded by Wyoming Game & Fish, minus a $15 processing fee. Please do not apply for a license without discussing it with us first, as we will not necessarily hunt the same areas from year to year.

Wyoming Game and Fish now has a preference point system. When applying for a license you may buy a point in the instance you fail to draw. This point will give you preference in the next years draw. Points only may be purchased during the months of July, August, September, and October. The points system has worked well for hunters applying for limited draw areas through out the state. The system is favored by sportsmen who plan their hunts in advance, with having the points it is no problem obtaining their license.

After Obtaining the License:

Contact us as soon as possible to schedule date for the hunt

Do NOT sign the carcass tag or landowner coupon attached to the license

Obtain a Wyoming Conservation stamp to validate your license

If you were born on or after January 1, 1966, you will need to have a hunter's safety card

For further information from WY Game and Fish, click the link below:

Wyoming Game and Fish Department
Or Call the Department at (307) 777-4600