What is a Ballot Applicant?
Ballot Applicants are hunters and non-hunters who have a FWF account and have agreed to and abide by the Code of Conduct.
To be eligible for any Wapiti blocks you will need to ensure you and all party applicants have agreed to the Ballot Applicant terms. This may mean you need to update your account (see below).
ALL members of a party will need to do this regardless of whether they also have full, paid FWF Membership (which is separate to Ballot Application).
Creating your Ballot Applicant account is free and you only need to update your existing account once.
You must note that without accepting the Ballot Applicant code of conduct terms, you AND ALL YOUR PARTY will miss out on ALL blocks, even if chosen. If a member of your party does not have a FWF Ballot Account at all, you will be unable to add them to your party, so ensure your entire party has an FWF account prior to application.
You should also note that should you lose or decline to be a Ballot Applicant at any time, you AND ALL YOUR PARTY will not be eligible for blocks.
All Ballot Applicants agree to:
As a Ballot Applicant you agree to the following terms – a 'Code of Conduct':
- All rubbish must be carried out of the Park.
- Bird data return must be filled in and returned.
- Correctly filled out kill returns.
- Correct identification data of kills must be returned including head measurements and photo.
- All kills must be loaded to the Kill app.
- All live animals must be loaded to Live animal app.
Failure to follow these codes of conduct will result in loss of Ballot eligibility as determined by the FWF committee. This loss of eligibility may also include ALL those in your party.
How do I become a Ballot Applicant?
Becoming a Ballot Applicant is simply a case of creating a FWF Account profile and agreeing to the Ballot Applicant Terms (as above).
Remember, Ballot Application is not related to full FWF Membership.
Cost for creating FWF accounts