You must have a BC Hunting License or be of Kaska Ancestry to hunt in Kaska Traditional Territory. Other First Nations can apply to hunt in Kaska Traditional Territory. Further information and application forms are located below.

Information for BC Hunters
Kaska Nation - Hunting Brochure (2015)
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Wildlife Management Units (WMU) Map

Applications for Permission to Hunt

All non-Kaska First Nation and licensed hunters are requested to complete this application for the stewardship of wildlife in the Kaska Traditional Territory.

Note: You must submit a Harvest Survey after your hunt – even if you were not successful. This is part of an effort to improve wildlife management.

Daylu Dena Council

Submit these forms to DDC in person, or by fax, mail, or email to: ddchuntingapp@gmail.com.
Additional contact information is listed on the application.
To submit the Harvest Survey: download and complete the form, above, or call the DDC Land and Resource Officer at 250-779-3161 after your hunt.

Dease River First Nation

Submit these forms to DRFN in person, or by fax, mail, or email to: drfnrefferal@gmail.com.
Additional contact information is listed on the application.
To submit the Harvest Survey: download and complete the form, above, or call the DRFN Land and Resource Officer at 250-239-3037 after your hunt.

Relevant Regulations and Links

The following links are from the BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (MFLNRO)’s webpage, Hunting and Trapping Regulations Synopsis. See the BC MFLNRO’s webpage for additional resources.

Key Sections for the Kaska Traditional Territory Wildlife Management Units
(Effective July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2018)
There may be in-season regulation changes for the Kaska Traditional Territory.
See the BC MFLNRO’s webpage, Hunting and Trapping Regulations Synopsis, for updated regulations.