Leftover Permit-Tags Remain for 2021 Spring Hunts Featured

AZ Game & Fish Department November 21, 2020 428

Applications accepted "over the counter" beginning at 8 a.m. Monday, Nov. 23

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  • Limited number of leftover permit-tags are still available
  • Leftover permit-tags can be purchased by mail or in person
  • Leftover permit-tags are available on a first-come, first-served basis
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There are just 708 tags remaining.

PHOENIX — Arizona hunters who were unsuccessful in the recent 2021 spring draw still have an opportunity to purchase a leftover permit-tag and start planning that javelina hunt.

The Arizona Game and Fish Department has posted a list of leftover permit-tags on its website at www.azgfd.com/Hunting/Draw/. As of today (Nov. 20), 708 permit-tags were available for the following hunts:

  • 361 handgun, archery or muzzleloader (HAM) javelina
  • 290 archery-only javelina
  •   16 general javelina   
  •   30 youth-only javelina
  •   11 raptor capture 

There are two ways in which to purchase a leftover permit-tag on a first-come, first-served basis:

  • By mail: Given the uncertainty and challenges of the pandemic, AZGFD continues to strongly encourage customers to apply by mail. All completed paper applications must be addressed to: Arizona Game and Fish Department, Attn.: Draw/First Come, 5000 W. Carefree Highway, Phoenix, AZ  85086. There is no “mini” draw. Allow 10 to 15 business days to receive a hunt permit-tag by mail.
  • In person: Applications will be accepted in person beginning at 8 a.m. Monday, Nov. 23. Note: To ensure public health and safety protocols are observed, customers must first contact customer service to make arrangements to purchase a leftover permit-tag at any department office. Call 602-942-3000 or any regional office between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (except holidays).

For more information, including license and hunt permit-tag requirements, refer to the “2021 Spring Turkey, Javelina, Bison, Bear, and Raptor Capture,” or call 602-942-3000.   

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The Arizona Game and Fish Department conserves and protects Arizona’s 800+ wildlife species but receives NO Arizona general fund tax dollars. Contribute to our on-the-ground conservation efforts at www.AzWildlifeHero.com

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