Draw results and leftover tags for 2013 fall hunts now available

Arizona Fish Report


by Arizona Game & Fish Department
7-26-2013
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The wait is over for eager hunters who applied for the upcoming season. Draw results for Arizona's 2013 fall deer, turkey, javelina, bighorn sheep, buffalo and pheasant hunts are now available online.

To view results, click here and scroll down to the "View results and bonus points" link. Draw results are also available by phone at 602 942-3000; select option two on the automated menu.

Hunters who submitted applications for a fall hunt, but were not drawn, have a second chance to get a hunt permit-tag. Approximately 4,000 leftover tags for Arizona's fall hunts will be available for purchase in person beginning Monday, July 29, 2013 on a first-come, first-served basis at all department offices. Leftover tags are available by mail along with a completed application. A list of leftover tags is posted online. For details visit www.azgfd.gov/draw.

More than 121,600 people applied for this year's fall draw, and 49,471 hunt permit-tags were issued.

Hunt permit-tags for successful applicants are expected to be mailed by Aug. 9, 2013. Refunds will be mailed no later than Aug. 19.

For those who qualify, military hunts will also be available for Fort Huachuca. Call (520) 533-7083 or (520) 533-8763 for additional information.


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