Information for successful 2021 fall Limited Entry Hunting applicants
This page contains information for successful applicants who have received a 2021 fall Limited Entry Hunting (LEH) authorization. To see the status of your application, log into BC Hunting Online or contact FrontCounter BC.
What does an LEH authorization allow me to do?
An LEH authorization permits a person to hunt a specific species, or a specific class of species (i.e. antlerless) in a specific area during a specific time. This authorization does not exempt a holder of an LEH authorization from any other law related to hunting. For example, a holder of an LEH authorization must comply with all regulations related to areas where motor vehicles are prohibited or restricted, areas where firearms are prohibited or restricted, bag limits, compulsory inspection, licensing, etc. It is the responsibility of an individual to be informed of the current hunting regulations. Information on these regulations can be found in the Hunting and Trapping Regulations Synopsis.
Specific Hunt Area/Zone Notices
Below are important messages for ONLY THOSE who have won an 2021 fall LEH authorization. Clicking on a link below does not mean you have won an LEH authorization, and is not authorizing you to hunt in these areas. Hunters must sign in to BC Hunting Online or contact FrontCounter BC to check their results. If you have received an authorization for a hunt code listed in the table below you are required to read the additional messaging.
- All hunters must adhere to Provincial Health Officer’s (PHO) orders and are asked to follow PHO guidelines;
- Please respect travel restrictions to indigenous and non-indigenous communities and check with local communities before you go hunting;
- New actions or requirements may be implemented at any time in response to health, safety or conservation concerns.
- It is the policy of the Ministry not to provide refunds should you not be able to partake in your hunt opportunity due to restrictions in place to protect the health and safety of British Columbians