Surplus elk permits, and antelope and deer "B" licenses, will go on sale Tuesday, September 4.
The licenses will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis by mail application only from the FWP Helena headquarters through September 14.After September 14, any remaining licenses will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis by the FWP region where the licenses are valid.
Hunters who drew an elk permit through FWP's 2001 special drawings cannot purchase a similar surplus license. Hunters with an either-sex antelope license may apply for a doe or fawn antelope license through this application process for surplus licenses.Those successful in the regular drawings in drawing a deer B license may apply for remaining surplus licenses after Sept. 14.
Resident applications for surplus licenses, which include a list of hunting districts where licenses remain, are available at most license agents and all FWP offices.Nonresident applications, which also include a list of districts for which licenses and permits remain, are available from any FWP office.
All applications received before September 4 will be considered as having been received on the 4th.