Pratt Kansas residents who want to hunt antelope must submit permit applications by June 14. Wildlife and Parks is mailing forms to last year's applicants.
The firearms season will run Oct. 4-7. In two units of western Kansas, 135 permits will be available.
The muzzleloader season will Sept. 30- Oct. 3 and Oct. 4-7. (During the first segment of the muzzleloader season, only open or peep sights may be used.) Thirty-eight permits are available in three western Kansas units.
The antelope archery season will run Sept. 21-29, and applications will be accepted through Sept. 28. Unlimited archery permits are available, one per hunter.
Antelope permits are available to residents only. A general resident permit is $45.50, and a landowner-tenant permit is $25.50. This includes a $5 non-refundable service fee.
Forms can be obtained from local Wildlife and Parks offices and area vendors, from the Pratt Office, (316) 672-5911 or online at www.kdwp.state.ks.us.