Arizona Hunting News

Arizona Responds to Federal Inspector General Report on Macho B
The Arizona Game and Fish Department made public its response to a January 2010 federal report on the events surrounding the capture and recapture of the jaguar Macho B.
Arizona Bill HCR 2008 Makes Hunting a Constitutional Right
The Arizona Game and Fish Commission supports House Concurrent Resolution 2008, a measure that would create a state constitutional right to hunt and fish.
Arizona GFD Fires Employee Involved in Macho B Capture
The Arizona Game and Fish Department dismissed one of its employees as a result of the department's ongoing internal administrative investigation into the events surrounding last year's capture of the jaguar known as Macho B.
Arizona Continues Macho B Investigation
The Arizona Game and Fish Department formally placed one of its employees on administrative leave with pay as a result of an interim finding in the department's ongoing internal administrative investigation into the events surrounding last year's capture of the jaguar known as Macho B.
Arizona GFD May Lose Heritage Fund Money
The Arizona Game and Fish Department hosted a public presentation and live webcast Tuesday, Feb. 2 to discuss the potential ramifications to Arizona from a proposed elimination of the Heritage Fund.
Arizona's Elk and Antelope Regulations Book Available
The printed regulation booklet for Arizona's 2010 elk and pronghorn antelope hunting seasons are now in license dealer stores throughout the state. Hunters that are interested in a tag will need to submit an application through the lottery-draw process.
Arizona Searching for Clues in 3 Poaching Incidents
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is looking for the public's help in gathering information about two recent wildlife poaching cases involving two elk and one mule deer.
Arizona Stepping Up Enforcement of OHV Decal Compliance
Citing statistics showing that less than one-quarter of off-highway vehicles in Arizona have the required OHV Decal, Arizona Game and Fish Department Director Larry Voyles announced that the agency's officers would be stepping up compliance enforcement efforts in the field.
West Virginia Joins Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact
Game law violators in West Virginia could face additional consequences for their actions under an interstate agreement recognizing suspension of hunting, fishing and trapping licenses in other states.
Apps Accepted for Arizona's 2010 Pronghorn and Elk Hunts
The regulations for Arizona's 2010 elk and pronghorn antelope seasons are available online and hunters interested in obtaining a hunt permit-tag via the draw process can start applying now.