Arizona Hunting News

Arizona Sets Elk and Antelope Numbers for 2010
The Arizona Game and Fish Commission set the 2010 elk and pronghorn antelope hunt orders on Saturday during their regular meeting, authorizing a grand total of 952 pronghorn and 26,702 elk permits.
Arizona Kofa Sheep Herd Continue Decline
The recently completed survey of the desert bighorn sheep population on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Kofa National Wildlife Refuge in southwestern Arizona resulted in a population estimate of 410 sheep.
Arizona Spring Hunt Drawings Complete
The more than 35,000 hunters who applied for a tag to hunt spring turkey, javelina, buffalo or bear in 2010 can find out if they were drawn by visiting the Arizona Game and Fish Department's Web site or by calling (602) 942-3000 (option 2).
Arizona Responds to Settlement on Mexican Wolf Management
The Center for Biological Diversity announced a settlement agreement between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and several environmental advocacy groups concerning Mexican wolf management.
Yuma County Considers Transfer of Shooting Park to Arizona
On November 16, the Yuma County Board of Supervisors will discuss a proposal to transfer ownership of the Adair Shooting Park to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission.
Arizona Hunter Surveys Mixed-Up
If you are an elk hunter and get an antelope hunter questionnaire from the Arizona Game and Fish Department, don't despair.
North America's Hottest Trophy Areas
Which areas of North America have produced the most Boone and Crockett trophies so far in the new millennium?
Arizona Spring 2010 Hunt Deadline October 13th
Tuesday, October 13 by 7 p.m. (MST) is the latest that the Arizona Game and Fish department will accept applications for the random drawing process for spring bear, turkey, javelina and buffalo.
Arizona Hunters Don't Let Those Big Game Tags Go to Waste
Are you unable to use your big game tag this fall because of an unexpected change in plans?
Arizona GFD Partners to Provide First-Time Hunter Clinics
Parents, do you want to see your kids take a break from playing video games all day and get outdoors for some healthy activity?