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if so do you have to buy the rifle permit in order to bow hunt during those days? dec1st-dec12th i think.
 

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You can hunt, with any legal weapon, during the rifle season.
Deer tags are valid for any legal season, unless the tag specifies it is not.
So yes and no.

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You can hunt, with any legal weapon, during the rifle season.
Deer tags are valid for any legal season, unless the tag specifies it is not.
So yes and no.

marty
I thought that was for residents only.. non residents still had to choose their specfic season
 

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Schedule B -- Choices for Nonresident Deer Permits:
By drawing only: 2010 Nonresident DEER Application Deadline: April 30, 2010

There will be no paper applications or mail in forms for 2010. All applications will need to be submitted thru the online application process.

Applicants must apply online from April 1 thru April 30, 2010 or apply by phone 620-672-0728.

All fees listed below will have an internet convenience fee added at time of applying online for a permit or preference point.

•Nonresident White-tailed Deer permit (white-tailed deer buck, doe or fawn) – $322.50. Hunter applies in one unit and selects one adjacent unit in which to also hunt, as well as the season choice (archery, muzzleloader, or firearm) at the time of application. Group Hunt: The group hunt application is to accommodate those who do not want to hunt unless their hunting partners draw also. Applicants (up to 5) must apply for the same unit and the same weapon choice. You must have group leader's KDWP Customer ID Number to join the group. Muzzleloader permit holders may hunt during early muzzleloader season and regular firearm season using muzzleloader equipment only. If unsuccessful in the draw, hunter receives a $301 refund and a preference point for next year’s draw.
•Mule Deer Stamp – $102.50. A nonresident who successfully draws an archery or muzzleloader white-tailed deer permit among units 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 16, 17, or 18 may also apply for one of a limited number of mule deer stamps; if drawn, the applicant’s white-tailed deer archery or muzzleloader permit converts to an either-species/either-sex permit archery or muzzleloader permit. Preference points do not count toward this stamp. If unsuccessful in the Mule Deer Stamp Draw, hunter will receive a $101 refund and be issued the whitetail either sex draw permit.
•Preference Point -- $22.50. A nonresident hunter who doesn’t want to hunt in the current season can purchase a preference point that will count toward a white-tailed deer permit in a future drawing.
For purchase Over-the-Counter:

•Nonresident Hunt-Own-Land Deer Permit (available over the counter) $77.50 – Available to nonresident individuals who qualify as Kansas landowners. Permit valid for any white-tailed or mule deer only on land owned or operated by the nonresident landowner, during muzzleloader-only, archery, and firearm seasons using equipment legal for that season.
•Special Hunt-Own-Land Relative Deer Permit (available over the counter) $32.50 – Available to individuals who qualify as lineal ascendants or descendants or siblings of resident landowners or all tenants, and spouses of a qualifying landowner. Permit valid for any white-tailed or mule deer only on land owned or operated by landowner or tenant during muzzleloader-only, archery, and firearm seasons using equipment legal for that season. Lineal relatives include direct ascendants or descendants such as a grandfather, mother, son, or granddaughter. Cousins, uncles, or nieces are NOT lineal family members.
Hunter must first have a nonresident deer permit that allows the taking of an antlered deer, unless purchased after Dec. 30:

•Nonresident Antlerless White-tailed Deer permit (any white-tailed deer without a visible antler) – $77.50 for nonresidents. First Antlerless White-tailed Deer permit purchased will be valid statewide, including all KDWP-managed public hunting areas. Second Nonresident Antlerless White-tailed Deer permit shall be valid in units 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 10A, 11, 12, 13 ,14, 15, 16 and 19 on lands not managed by KDWP, except Cedar Bluff Wildlife Area. As many as three additional Nonresident Antlerless White-tailed Deer permits shall be valid in subunit 10A and units 7, 8, 12, 13, 15, 16, and 19 on lands not managed by KDWP. All whitetail antlerless permits are valid during any season, provided legal equipment for that season is used. Permits may be purchased over-the-counter July 19 – Jan 30.
•Nonresident Antlerless Either-species Deer permit (any white-tailed or mule deer without a visible antler protruding from the skull) $77.50 for nonresidents. An Antlerless Either-species Deer permit is valid for (1) any antlerless white-tailed or mule deer during muzzleloader, archery, and firearms seasons using equipment legal during those seasons. An Antlerless either species deer permit is valid only in the unit specified on the permit. LIMITED QUOTA permits available in units 1,2,3,4,5,17,18 will be available online June 15th and will be sold on a first come, first serve basis.
 

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For regular rifle season, short answer, generally "yes", but you must wear blaze orange. Best to call KDWP in Pratt for definitive answer.

http://www.kdwp.state.ks.us/news/content/download/13713/89126/file/Regulations Deer and Turkey 2010.pdf
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Nonresident White-tailed Deer permit (white-tailed deer buck, doe or fawn) – $322.50. Hunter applies in one unit and selects one adjacent unit in which to also hunt, as well as the season choice (archery, muzzleloader, or firearm) at the time of application.
 

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I would say that if you have a firearm tag you could use a bow during firearm season, but you could not hunt other than the firearm's season's.
If you have a bow tag you could hunt from 9/20 thru 12/31 with a bow.
Bow season is open during gun season.



2010 Deer Season Dates:

•Youth and Disability: Sept.11 - Sept. 19, 2010 (Youth 16 and younger, who possess a valid deer permit, may hunt during this special deer season only while under the immediate supervision of an adult 18 or older. Any person who possesses a valid deer permit and has a permit to hunt from a vehicle pursuant to KAR 115-18-4 or a disability assistance permit issued pursuant to KAR 115-18-15 may also hunt during this season. All resident and nonresident permits are valid, and equipment restrictions designated on permits apply. Hunter orange is required.
•Muzzleloader: Sept. 20 - Oct. 3, 2010 (The following permits may be used during this season in units specified on permit, using muzzleloader or archery equipment: resident or nonresident Muzzleloader Either-species/Either-sex Permit, resident Any-Season White-tailed Deer Permit, nonresident Muzzleloader White-tailed Deer Permit, Hunt-Own-Land Permit, Special Hunt-Own-Land Permit, Antlerless White-tailed Deer Permit, and Antlerless Either-Species Deer Permit. Hunter orange clothing is required
•Archery: Sept. 20 - Dec. 31, 2010
•Early Firearm (DMU 19 only): Oct. 9 - Oct.17, 2010
•Regular Firearm: Dec. 1 - Dec. 12, 2010
•Extended Firearms Whitetail Antlerless-Only: Jan.1 - Jan.9, 2011
•Extended Archery Whitetail Antlerless-Only (DMU 19): Jan. 10 - Jan. 31, 2011
•Special Extended Firearm Whitetail Antlerless-Only: Jan.10- Jan.16, 2011 (Open for units 7, 8 and 15 only)
•Shooting Hours: One-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.


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Legal Guns & Bows

Legal bow for deer-long bows, recurve bows, or compound bows that are hand drawn, that have no mechanical device that locks the bow at full or partial draw, that are designed to shoot only one arrow at a time and have no electronic or chemical devices attached to the bow or arrow, with the exception of lighted pin, dot, or holographic sights attached to the front of the bow. Arrows shall be equipped with a broadhead point that cannot pass through a ring thirteen-sixteenths-inch in diameter when fully expanded. Lighted nocks may be used on arrows. Crossbows shall not be considered a long bow, recurve bow, or a compound bow, and may not be used during archery season except by disabled persons, as permitted under KAR 115- 18-7, by application and special permit. Optical scopes or sights that project no visible light toward the target and do not electronically amplify visible or infrared light may be used.

Range-finding devices may be used or attached to the bow if the system does not project visible light toward the target.

Legal archery equipment as listed above may be used during the firearms season with a firearm or muzzleloader permit.
Archery-only permittees shall not have a firearm in possession while hunting big game during an archery-only season. Archery-only permittees may hunt only during archery season. Legal rifle for deer - centerfire rifles that are not fully automatic and that fire a bullet larger than .23 inches in diameter, while using only hard-cast solid lead, soft point, hollow point, or other expanding bullets.

Legal crossbow for deer - (valid only with firearm permit during regular and extended firearm seasons) Crossbow must have at least 125 pounds draw weight, using arrows not less than 16 inches long, equipped with broadhead point that cannot pass through a ring thirteen-sixteenths-inch in diameter whe fully expanded.

Legal shotgun for deer - 20 gauge or larger, using only slugs.

Legal handgun for deer - centerfire handguns that are not fully automatic, fire a bullet larger than .23 inches in diameter, and use a cartridge case 1.280 inches or more in length, while using only hard-cast solid lead, soft point, hollow point, or other expanding bullets.

Legal muzzleloading rifle for deer - muzzleloading rifles and muskets that can be loaded only through the front of the firing chamber with separate components and that fire a bullet of .39 inches in diameter or larger. Range-finding devices and optical scopes or sights that project no visible light toward the target and do not electronically amplify visible or infrared light may be used in both the muzzleloader-only and regular firearm seasons.

Legal muzzleloading pistol for deer – single barrel muzzleloading pistols .45 caliber or larger, that have a barrel length of 10 inches or greater and can be loaded only through the front of the barrel with separate components. Only hard-cast solid lead, conical lead or saboted bullets weighing 210 grains or greater may be used with muzzleloading pistols. Range-finding devices and optical scopes or sights that project no visible light toward the target and do not electronically amplify visible or infrared light may be used in both the muzzleloader-only and regular firearms seasons.

Muzzleloader - only permittees may not have a rimfire or centerfire firearm in possession while hunting deer. The muzzleloader-only season is restricted to using muzzleloading equipment only.

Hunters with muzzleloader permits who do not fill their permits during the muzzleloader-only season are eligible to hunt, with muzzleloaders only, during the regular firearm season.

Hunters with a firearms permit may use a muzzleloader or bow during firearm seasons only.

marty

BTW

Its illegl to carry an arrow not tipped with a B/H.
If you have a field point on an arrow and get stopped you will most likley get a ticket.
 

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looks like we have 2 opinions here. i should have said if you have a bow tag can u bow hunt during the rifle season. im gonna call to make sure, thanks.
 

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looks like we have 2 opinions here. i should have said if you have a bow tag can u bow hunt during the rifle season. im gonna call to make sure, thanks.

•Archery: Sept. 20 - Dec. 31, 2010

Yes, you can.

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I called last year to 3 different stations in Kansas and the answer I got was YES YOU CAN. You must wear blaze orange and follow rifle rules.
 
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