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The Oglala Sioux Tribe adopted its Constitution and By-Laws by referendum vote on December 10, 1935, in accordance with Section 16 of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934. Since then the Fish and Wildlife Code has provided an orderly system for Tribal management of fish, wildlife and natural resources for the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation through the control, regulation, and enforcement of hunting, trapping, fishing, and recreational activities. It has undergone changes and updates and the most recent was in 2010 (Ordinance No. 10-11). Since its original Charter in 1973, OSPRA has taken the lead role in protecting and preserving the natural and biological resources of the Tribe.
2020 FALL COW ELK DRAWING APPLICATION
**Due to COVID 19 protocols, all hunters are requested to mail payment to OSPRA office or to purchase the online licenses thru the OSPRA website with a credit/debit card. Any questions or issues can be sent to: email@example.com
Cost of the drawing fees for submission into the 2nd round drawing for a cow elk is $30.00.
Applying for: Bennett County/Jackson County Cow Elk Drawing
District which you are registered to vote in: _____________________________________
Address: ___________________________________ City/State/Zipcode: ______________________________________
Oglala Tribal U#: _________________________________ DOB: ___________________
Daytime Phone#: __________________________ Cell Phone#: ____________________________
Due to a limited number of elk licenses available, the following terms apply: For 2020 the 2ND ROUND drawings- Bennett/Jackson County Cow Elk: These licenses will be for cow only and are valid only on Tribal lands on Bennett and Jackson counties. The cost of these licenses is $150.00.
Application fees are $30 for each drawing. Cash or personal checks not accepted. Money orders, bank cashier checks and credit/debit cards only.
• Drawing entries will close at 11:59 PM on August 11, 2020.
• Drawing will be held August 12, 2020. Successful applicants will be sent an email August 12, 2020.
After the drawing held on August 12, successful applicants will have until August 19 to claim their license.
Applicants who entered round 1 do not need to re-apply for the second round. They will be entered automatically.
Applicants who are successful and claim their licenses can choose between archery or firearms. When they do so, the licenses cannot be changed and applicants must abide to the corresponding seasons (archery licensees cannot use firearms during firearms season).
Successful applicants can purchase their license by sending their payment via mail to the OSPRA office in Kyle or the online purchase/harvesting website: https://ospra.nagfa.net/online/
Unsuccessful applicants will receive a preference point to increase their odds of success in next year’s drawings.
Applications can be printed out to mail payment in for the lottery, and can also apply online by going to: http://www.oglalasiouxparksandrec.net/