First Hunt Foundation Offers Wyoming Commissioner’s Tag as Fundraiser

First Hunt Foundation Offers Wyoming Commissioner’s Tag as Fundraiser

A big game license for your choice of Wyoming’s most sought-after animals (pronghorn, elk, mule deer, and white-tailed deer) is up for bid. The proceeds from the sale of this license will benefit the First Hunt Foundation’s Wyoming and national programs.

This link from Online Hunting Auctions will take you to the site to bid on this phenomenal opportunity.

This Wyoming Game and Fish Commissioner License was donated by Commissioner Ashlee Lundvall. FHF President Rick Brazell says, “Commissioner Lundvall has been a great advocate for helping new hunters get into the sport. We can’t thank her enough for her support for the First Hunt Foundation in training the next generation of hunters.” The 2024 License will be valid for one specific species (antelope, deer or elk) and for one specific region or hunt area to be designated by the successful bidder. Holders of complimentary licenses are exempt from the provision of Wyoming State Law limiting the number of licenses an individual can possess in any one calendar year. Please note that complimentary elk licenses are not valid for elk hunt areas 75, 77 and 79 which are located within Grand Teton National Park. The winner will be responsible for other applicable license fees.

Applicants need to read all relevant disclosures and know that they are responsible for all conditions of use stated in Wyoming Game and Fish Commission, Chapter 44. All sales are final, and all payments must be received within seven business days after the auction is closed.

Please see the Terms tab for instructions on how you will redeem the tag if you are the winning bidder.

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