Plan your Hunt and View your Hunt Account Information

Did you know? When you purchase your license from the Arizona Game and Fish Department, you’re contributing directly to our on-the-ground conservation efforts.

apply for the big game draw

Apply for hunts though the draw. The department encourages all applicants to sign up for a free AZGFD portal account.

Customer ID retrieval tool

big game hunt draw information

Draw information booklets for fall pronghorn, elk and spring hunts. Leftover permit-tag applications and the latest information about specific hunts.

view your portal account

A free portal account gives customers the flexibility and security to manage and view their license history, draw applications and bonus points.

hunting licenseS

Whether your pursuits in the field involve any of Arizona’s 10 big-game species, or its abundant small-game choices, hunters will first need a license. Find the one that works for you!

species hunt information

See hunt information specific to black bear, mountain lion, bison, dove and quail.

Reporting process for your species.

small game in arizona

Arizona’s small game species include cottontail rabbits, tree squirrels, upland game birds (quails, chukar, grouse, and pheasants), and migratory game birds. See information for hunting small game in Arizona.
Small game challenge

special licenses

See a list of the special licenses available, including aquatic stocking, game bird shooting, live bait dealer, scientific activity, wildlife rehabilitation licenses and many more.

Arizona e-tag

The Arizona E-Tag: the Department’s Official electronic tagging app is now available for download in both the Apple and Google Play Stores.

non-permit tags

There are many opportunities to go hunting that do not require hunters to submit an application for a hunt permit-tag via the Draw. Referred to as over-the-counter tags, these permits are available for purchase from department offices and in many cases from license dealers.

harvest reporting

Hunter surveys are a critical component of the hunt recommendation process. Your hunter questionnaire is a an important component of the hunt recommendation, and it helps us to accurately estimate species harvest and set permit levels.

Non-resident hunting

Not an Arizona resident? Arizona has an incredible variety of year-round hunting opportunities, for both big game and small game. Use this form to order hunting and fishing licenses, special use stamps, non-permit hunt tags, regulations and books through the mail.

hunting programs

Fair chase
Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration program (WSFR)

Want to Go Hunting in Arizona?

Find ways to experience big game and small game hunting or find a mentored hunt camp.

buy your hunting license

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

buy now

find a mentored hunt camp

The award-winning Outdoor Skills Network is your source for public, hands-on, “learn how to hunt” events.

view the outdoor skills page

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