- What is the Multiple Season permit?
The Multiple Season Permit allows you to hunt in any open unit during all general seasons for that species starting with archery and continuing through muzzleloader and modern firearm. However, you must comply with all rules and weapon restrictions for the season in effect. The Multiple Season ...
- When is the deadline for Multiple Season permit applications and where can I purchase one?
The deadline for Multiple Season permit applications is March 31, 2014, and there are three ways you can purchase: 1) Online at https://fishhunt.dfw.wa.gov/wdfw/special_permits.html. 2) License Vendors 3) Call 1-866-246-9453
- What are the rules for Multiple Season tag holders?
With a Multiple Season deer or elk tag you can hunt all the general seasons for that species, excluding hunts for Master Hunters only.* You must use the legal weapon that is appropriate for the general season you are hunting. For instance, you must use legal archery equipment during the archery ...
- How do I submit my Multiple Season permit application?
You can submit in two ways: 1) Online at https://fishhunt.dfw.wa.gov/wdfw/special_permits.html. 2) Call 1-877-945-3492 However, your Multiple Season permit application is automatically entered into the drawing unless you apply as a group (maximum group size is 2). If you apply as a group, you m ...
- How much does the Multiple Season permit application cost?
The cost is $7.10 for residents, $3.80 for youth, and $110.50 for non-residents.
- How much does the Multiple Season tag cost?
Including transaction fees, Multiple Season deer or elk tags cost $182.00 for residents and nonresidents. You will also need to purchase an annual hunting license.
- How many Multiple Season permits are available?
There are 8,500 Multiple Season deer permits and 1,000 Multiple Season elk permits available.
- How many Multiple Season permit applications can I purchase?
You can purchase one Multiple Season permit application for deer and one Multiple Season permit application for elk each license year.
- Does a Multiple Season permit increase my bag limit?
No. A Multiple Season permit does NOT increase your bag limit, but it does offer additional general season opportunities and Special Permit application flexibility. The bag limit remains one deer or one elk.
- How would I benefit from a Multiple Season tag?
With your Multiple Season deer or elk tag you are able to hunt and enjoy each general season opportunity for that species (except hunts designated Master Hunters only). For elk hunters, this includes the ability to hunt both the western and eastern Washington general seasons. Also, if you purch ...
- Can I use my general season deer or elk tag if Iím drawn for and plan to participate in a Multiple Season hunt?
No. If you purchase your general season license and tag prior to being drawn for a Multiple Season permit, you must return your general season tag and purchase a Multiple Season tag to participate in Multiple Season hunts. In this case, you must first contact the WDFW Licensing Division in Olym ...
- Do I earn points for the Multiple Season permit application if Iím not drawn?
Yes. You earn a point each time you’re not drawn for a Multiple Season permit. Multiple Season deer or elk is a Special Permit category similar to other categories such as Quality Deer or Quality Elk.
- When and how will I be notified of Multiple Season drawing results?
Notifications are mailed out by the end of April.
- Do I need to purchase a general season deer or elk hunting license and tag before I can enter the Multiple Season drawing?
No, you do not need to purchase a deer or elk hunting license and tag to enter the Multiple Season permit drawing. However, if drawn for the Multiple Season permit, you do need to purchase a general season license and tag for that species to buy your Multiple Season tag.
- If drawn for the Multiple Season permit, am I required to purchase the tag?
No. You are not required to purchase the Multiple Season tag. Successful applicants are able to purchase the Multiple Season tag at any time prior to September 1.