Hunters chosen to participate will receive the necessary instructions in the mail, including the date and location of the hunt. All participants must be properly licensed. All maps and hunt information will be available online, and will not be mailed. Successful applicants may print this information by viewing their results and paying required fees.
What Happens After the Drawing?
Applicants may check to see if they were selected for a controlled hunt beginning Tuesday, July 2, 2019 after 3pm. Printed lists will not be available. Computer terminals are available to check the drawing results at most local libraries and will be available to the public at the following Wildlife Department offices 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, unless otherwise posted. Unfortunately, we cannot answer telephone inquiries regarding controlled hunt outcomes.
- Wildlife Department Headquarters, 1801 N Lincoln, Oklahoma City, (405) 521-3852
- Jenks Office, Oklahoma Aquarium, 200 Aquarium Drive, (918) 299-2334
- Porter Office, north of Muskogee Turnpike on U.S. 69, (918) 683-1031
- Woodward Office, 3014 Lakeview, (580) 254-9173 (Call for hours of operation)
- Higgins Office, near Higgins, on State Highway 63 (Open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. weekdays), (918) 297-0153
- Lawton Office, west of Interstate 44 on State Highway 49 (Manning State Fish Hatchery), (580) 529-2795
What Happens if I'm Drawn?
Successful applicants will receive notification by e-mail. Those drawn may have fees due for additional licenses and/or user fees. These may be paid online anytime after July 2 through the payment deadline. Fees may be paid with a Visa or MasterCard debit or credit card.
Hunt information will be immediately available online once fees are paid. Successful applicants will need to access and print off their specific hunt instructions and maps from the controlled hunts website once all appropriate fees are paid. These items will not be mailed.
The actual permit allowing access to the hunt area will be mailed to successful applicants once fees are paid. All maps and hunt information will be available online, and will not be mailed. Successful applicants may print this information by viewing their results and paying required fees.
What Happens if I'm Not Drawn?
Unsuccessful applicants will not be notified by mail, but will be awarded a preference point that will increase their odds of drawing a hunt the next time they apply.