Application deadline is 6/7/2013 11:59:59 PM
This drawing allows landowners or operators who own or operate 160 acres or more in Cimarron or Texas counties (west of Highway 136) to apply for a permit to hunt antelope on their ranches.
Please read the following eligibility criteria and rules:
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- Applications may only be filled out and submitted by the owner or operator of the lands contained within the application.
Only four applications per ranch may be submitted for the either sex hunt. Applications for doe-only are limited to owner/operators spouses and children.
Minimum acreage per application is 160 acres and must be located in Cimarron and/or Texas County (west of Highway 136).
Ranches may not be split to increase number of entries.
Applicants must be owner, including their spouse and/or children OR operator (agriculture lessee) including their spouse and/or children.
General farm and ranch employees do not qualify as operators.
Claimants of “hunting leases” do not qualify as owner or operators.
Federal lands (Rita Blanca) are excluded from the application.
Either sex permits are valid only on the lands submitted on the application for the September season.
Doe-only permits are county specific but are valid in the open area within that county with written landowner permission.
An unfilled permit automatically becomes valid for a doe for the December /January doe season in the appropriate county, with written landowner permissions.
Landowner permits are transferable one time only.
- If transferred, the permit must be transferred no later than 14 days prior to the opening date of the appropriate season. Landowners will be given up to 4 weeks to
assign the permit to a designated hunter and pay all required fees if applicable.
Landowners will be notified by mail if successful. Non-resident fees will apply
to hunters not residing in Oklahoma.
- Successful applicants will be mailed necessary permits rules, regulations, and maps
pertaining to the Landowner Antelope Hunt.
- Anyone giving false information in the following application shall be in violation of the provisions Oklahoma
State Statue Title 29; Section 4-101, and shall have their application
rejected and may be punishable by fine and/or imprisonment. .
- Successful applicants for the Either Sex Antelope hunt will be sent a county map
that will need to filled out to correspond exactly with the legal descriptions contained
with this application and mailed back to ODWC with all hunter transfer information.