We are the Arizona Game & Fish Department

Experience new ways to get involved in conserving and protecting Arizona’s amazing wildlife.

Find Your Adventure

Discover events designed to support and grow your love of the outdoors.

  1. Apr 13, 2023

    Wild About Arizona: Incredible Crawling Critters

    Learn about scorpions’ natural history and role in the ecosystem.

  2. Apr 22, 2023

    Side-by-Side Driver Training Course

    Hands-on course teaches the basic skills to safely and efficiently operate a side-by-side.

  3. Jun 28, 2023

    Bighorn Sheep Viewing & Photography Tours

    Don’t miss the opportunity to view one of Arizona’s most iconic animals during a boat tour.

  4. Jul 31, 2023

    Outdoor Skills Network Hands-On Events

    Learn the basics about hunting, fishing, trapping, safety and other outdoor skills at this ongoing series of events.

  5. Jul 31, 2023

    FishAZ Network Hands-On Fishing Events

    Arizona has extensive opportunities and destinations to go fishing. The FishAZ Network will help you get started.

  6. Sep 15, 2023

    Bat Netting Events

    See these fascinating creatures up close.

Want to Go Hunting or Fishing Around the State?

Plan that hunting trip or find a fishing hole.

buy your hunting license

Arizona residents and non-residents, 10 years and older need a valid hunting license to hunt in Arizona.

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find a community lake to fish

There are 50+ community lakes in the city. Make a memory fishing with the family!

lake locations

Stay In-the-Know

Find the latest news on all things Arizona Game and Fish.

  1. Arizona remains free of chronic wasting disease

    No cases of fatal wildlife disease that affects deer and elk found in 1,199 samples collected in 2022.

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  2. More big game hunting chances being offered

    All hunters can apply for an additional elk, deer or pronghorn permit-tag beginning April 5.

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  3. Review proposed recommendations for 2023-’24 hunts

    Commission to consider proposed hunt recommendations at public meeting April 14 in Phoenix.

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