Arizona Game and Fish and the U.S Forest Service conducted a checkpoint effort at Redington Pass near Tucson on Oct. 22 to check compliance and provide information on laws pertaining to hunting, OHV and public lands recreation.
More than 170 recreationists, including 87 sport shooters, 50 OHV operators and 46 hunters, were screened at the checkpoint.
Hunters were asked for hunting licenses and for valid game tags, if applicable. OHVs were inspected for valid decals and tags. Flyers with information about licenses and tags were also distributed.
The following actions were taken during the checkpoint:
For more information about hunting and OHV regulations, visit www.azgfd.gov .