On Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge, it is allowed in areas designated as open to hunting and is in accordance with all applicable state and federal regulations. Season dates and bag limits are as specified in the State of Oklahoma Hunting Regulations. Download the Refuge Hunt Brochure to see areas that are open to hunting.The following game species can be hunted on Sequoyah with a special use permit (required):
The Special Use Permit required for the Waterfowl and Small Game Hunts can be downloaded here or picked up at any entry point to the refuge, as well as the refuge’s headquarters.To submit your name for a controlled Deer Hunt, visit the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation controlled hunt page. Refuge Hunting Regulations:
* Please note: Irregular water depths occur in wetlands and marshes so hunters should use caution when wading.Helpful InformationSpecial Use Permits for Waterfowl and Small GameSequoyah National Wildlife Refuge Hunting Map and Brochure
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