Archive for November, 2009

Free Indoor Air Gun & Archery Clinics in December

To coincide with the Grand Opening of the newly renovated Indoor Air Gun & Archery Range, free clinics will be offered on multiple days seen below. Registration is required and you must email KROUNTREE@AZGFD.GOV with your name, phone, date you would like to attend, and how you heard about the program. Free Indoor Air Gun […]

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Apply Now for Leftover Tags: 10,000 Javelina – 200 Turkey – 70 Archery-Only Bear

Apply for over 10,000 leftover javelina tags (328 juniors-only), 200 turkey tags & 70+ archery-only bear tags. Individuals who were unsuccessful or did not submit an application in the first draw can apply for leftover tags beginning on or after 8 a.m. (MST) on Monday, November 30, 2009 by submitting an application by U.S. Mail. […]

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Stay and Camp at the Ben Avery Shooting Facility

LONG-TERM STAYS NOW AVAILABLE TO THE SHOOTING PUBLIC Make your Reservation Online …or contact our Main Range Office at (623) 582.8313 UTILITY SITES NON-UTILITY SITES Daily Rates $25 $12 Weekly Rates $100** $50** Monthly Rates $300** $150** **The monthly purchase of a BASF Main-Range (MR) 10-Day Shooting Pass for $70.00 is also required (Allows 11-Daily […]

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Grants available for public shooting ranges in Arizona

The Arizona Game and Fish Department wants to continue to improve and expand public shooting ranges across the state by providing grant funding to qualified applicants involved in the development, improvement or maintenance of public shooting and archery ranges. The department is accepting grant applications now through Jan. 15 by 5 p.m. (MST). Shooting clubs, […]

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Quail hunters: Washes, walking and water are key this season

Quail hunters: Washes, walking and water are key this season 2009-10 season offers less crowds, exploration and mixed bag Quail check station results from the season opener weekend (Oct. 3-4) vary and suggest populations are below-average in central regions to well-below-average in southern regions of the state reported Arizona Game and Fish Department officials. Southern […]

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