Archive for December, 2008

2009 pronghorn antelope and elk regulations available online

Hunters can start submitting applications now PHOENIX — The 2009 Arizona Pronghorn Antelope and Elk Hunt Draw Information regulations booklet is available online at the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s Web site at www.azgfd.gov/draw. Hunters interested in obtaining a hunt permit-tag via the draw process can start applying now. All applications must be submitted by […]

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Arizona Game and Fish offers grants for public shooting range development

Application deadline is Jan. 15, 2009 PHOENIX — Shooting clubs, sportsmen’s groups and government agencies involved in the development, improvement or maintenance of public shooting ranges, including archery ranges, have an opportunity to apply for grant funds from the Arizona Game and Fish Department. Grants are available through a competitive application process each year. The […]

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Information sought in elk poaching case in northwestern ArizonaInformation sought in elk poaching case in northwestern Arizona

KINGMAN, Ariz.  – The Arizona Game and Fish Department is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible for the illegal killing of a bull elk. The elk was shot and left to waste on Oct. 25 at the Corner Dam Tank in Game Management Unit 18A, north of I-40 off […]

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Come get your “leftovers” from the Arizona Game and Fish Hunting tags for spring javelina, turkey, bear available on first-come basis

PHOENIX — Are you tired of those leftover turkey sandwiches? Then try some javelina sausage or bear bratwurst. There are plenty of leftover hunting permit-tags for spring javelina, turkey, and bear now available on a first-come, first-served basis from the Arizona Game and Fish Department starting today. There are more than 9,000 javelina tags, more […]

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Montezuma quails revenge: Mearns’ hunting in AZ is what the doctor ordered Fresh rains should make scenting conditions fantastic this weekend

PHOENIX — Bird lovers: Forget the turkey. The day after Thanksgiving is the Mearns’ quail  hunting season opener. “This will probably be one of the best Mearns’ seasons in my lifetime,” Randy Babb, an ardent quail hunter and the Information and Education Program Manager for the Game and Fish Department’s Mesa regional office. Nov. 28 […]

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