Deer Hunting in KansasBack to All State Reports
Est. Whitetail Population
No. Licenses Sold Annually
$70 and up
Hunting license is $27.50. Deer tag is $42.50.
Resident hunting license and deer permit
$540 and up
Hunting license is $97.50. Deer tag is $442.50. If you don’t draw a tag, preference points are $26.50. The optional mule deer stamp (which validates your deer tag as whitetail or mule deer) is $152.50.
Non-resident hunting license and deer permit
The top-scoring Kansas typical was taken in 1995 by Albert J. Daniels. It’s the 19th-largest typical whitetail on record.
Record B&C Typical Stat
Total B&C Typical Entries
Killed by Brian Butcher in Chase County in 2019. The buck is the 4th-largest nontypical whitetail on record.
Record B&C Non-Typical Stat
Record B&C Non-Typical Entries