We Conserve and Protect Arizona’s Wildlife

The mission of the Arizona Game and Fish Department is to conserve Arizona’s diverse wildlife resources and manage for safe, compatible outdoor recreation opportunities for current and future generations.

Find Your Adventure

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

  1. Mar 5, 2024

    Just for Educators: Marvelous Mammal Madness

    Learn about mammals and how to include them in classroom instruction.

  2. Mar 23, 2024

    Outdoor Expo

    Ben Avery Shooting Facility

    Experience wildlife and wild places at Arizona Game and Fish’s Outdoor Expo.

  3. Mar 24, 2024

    Outdoor Expo

    Ben Avery Shooting Facility

    Experience wildlife and wild places at Arizona Game and Fish’s Outdoor Expo.

  4. Mar 31, 2024

    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. Mar 31, 2024

    FishAZ Network Hands-On Fishing Events

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

  6. Apr 2, 2024

    Just for Educators: Citizen Science — The Digital Classroom Gets Outside

    Learn about how to include digital citizen science tools in classroom instruction.

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

Latest News

Be in the know on all things Arizona Game and Fish.

  1. 2024 pronghorn, elk hunt draw results available

    Applicants can find out draw results and bonus points by checking their portal account.

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  2. Public urged to observe bald eagle nesting closures

    Too much disturbance by humans near an eagle nest can cause the nest to fail.

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  3. National Invasive Species Awareness Week is Feb. 26-March 3

    The nationwide event aims to educate about the harmful impact of invasive animals and plants.

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