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Can I use my general season deer or elk tag if I am drawn for and plan to participate in a multi-season hunt?
No. Currently if you purchase your general season tag and then you are drawn for a multi-season tag of the same species, you must return your general season tag and purchase a multi-season tag to participate in multi-season hunts.
If you have previously purchased your licenses and taken possession of your general season tags before being drawn for a multi-season tag, you must first contact the WDFW Licensing Division in Olympia at (360) 902-2464, before purchasing your multi-season tag at a License Dealer. Only WDFW can void your general season tag if more than 60 minutes have passed since your hunting license was purchased.
If you intend to apply for a multi-season general deer or elk tag you may want to delay purchase of your hunting license until drawing results are known. Or you can purchase your hunting license in advance but choose not to take possession of your deer and/or elk tags until multi-season tag drawing results are known.