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Unread 02-11-2021, 11:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do you submit a kid for the drawings? Do u use your name or how do u go about it?

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How do you submit a kid for the drawings? Do u use your name or how do u go about it?

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To apply them for a youth only draw hunt:
You must first purchase them a youth exempt license ($5.00). This will give them a customer ID #. You have to wait til the day after the purchase to apply, the license system has to update and communicate with the draw system to show the new license. If you try applying with the customer ID # the same day you purchase the license, it likely won't go through.

For a non-youth draw hunt, you can simply bring the youth along with you. You will share the same bag limit.
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At what point may a youth apply for a regular draw at a WMA?

If I recall correctly, my 7 year old can't enter a draw hunt at Mahannah for himself. But what if I've got a 12 year old who has passed a hunters education course and has a lifetime hunting license?
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At what point may a youth apply for a regular draw at a WMA?

If I recall correctly, my 7 year old can't enter a draw hunt at Mahannah for himself. But what if I've got a 12 year old who has passed a hunters education course and has a lifetime hunting license?
Must be 16 years old to apply for a regular draw hunt.
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Must be 16 years old to apply for a regular draw hunt.
For the record, it's completely unfair that I can't use my 4 kids as extra draw chances for the WMAs I wish to hunt. I'm calling my congressman.
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For the record, it's completely unfair that I can't use my 4 kids as extra draw chances for the WMAs I wish to hunt. I'm calling my congressman.


I reckon you figured out the reason they gotta be 16 to apply
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