Drawing for special hunts will be complete by early August, Wildlife and Parks reports. The application deadline was July 15.
Applicants who applied online and provided an e-mail address will be notified in late August only if they were not successful.
Successful applicants will be notified by letter from the public land manager of the hunt for which they applied, but those who applied by mail will not be notified unless they were successful.
Successful applicants should receive notification by mid-August.
The majority of special hunts provide new opportunities on public areas traditionally closed to hunting. These hunts provide a less crowded experience with better harvest opportunities than normally found on public wildlife areas.
Successful applicants must have all the appropriate licenses, certificates, permits, and stamps required of any other hunt.