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2014‐15 New to Hunting Listing Annual Hunt Regulations

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April 15, 2014



2014‐15 New to Hunting Listing Annual Hunt Regulations

doug burt via HAHWG solicitation

2014

(new) June – July: Outdoor Skills Summer Adventure Camps

Info: Multiple 5‐day, day and overnight camps for 4‐6th graders, and 6‐8th graders: activities include

kayaking, archery, air guns; travel camps includes camping, hiking, fishing, Wildlife observation, survival

skills, slingshots, swimming, team competitions and more. Fee required.

Dates: June 9‐13, 16‐20, and 23‐27; July 7‐11 and 14‐18

Location: Phoenix, Christopher Creek, & Flagstaff

Hosted by: Arizona Outdoor Experience, LLC.

Register & info: Kent Younger, younger@azoutdoorexperience.com, http://www.azoutdoorexperience.com

June – July: Youth Target Shooting Day Camps

2‐day and 4‐day, day camps co‐ed for kids ages 8‐18, basic skills and lessons in archery, pistol, 3‐position

rifle, shotgun, safety, marksmanship and more. Equipment is provided. Fee required.

Dates: June 17‐18, 19‐20, and 25‐18; July 1‐3, 8‐9, and 15‐16

Location: Tempe, CAASES/Shoot Right Education & Training Center

Hosted by: Shoot Right

Register: Rob Potter, (602) 288‐5324, info@shootrightaz.org

(new) June 6: Fishing For Smiles

Free fishing event for kids ages 5‐16; lunch, drinks, games, and prizes; some fishing poles available.

Location: Kingman area, Dunton Pond

Hosted by: Mohave Sportsman Club, Kingman Elk’s Lodge #468

Register: Don Martin (928) 681‐4867, info@arizonawildlifeoutfitters.com

June 28: Stan Greer Memorial Shoot 'N' Shindig

Youth up to age 16 learn to shoot .22 rifles, 3D archery and other activities. Rifles, ammunition, safety

equipment, and a pot luck lunch provided; raffles and prizes.

Location: Sierra Vista, Sierra Vista Shooting Range

Hosted by: Huachuca White‐Tail Club

Register by June 23: Chris Sterner, (520) 227‐2140, sterner12345@msn.com; Tom Green, (520) 255‐

1652, tmgreen_1@hotmail.com

July 18‐20: Bowhunter Happening

Fun for all ages and skill levels; eight fun archery courses, novelties, unlimited shooting, door prizes,

raffles and vendors.

Location: Flagstaff, Mormon Lake

Hosted by: Arizona Bowhunters Association

Information: http://www.arizonabowhunters.org

(new) Aug. 15‐17: Junior Predator Hunting Camp

Beginners can learn about calling, hunting, and the life history of predators and furbearers, other

outdoor skills activities, food provided.

Location: Mogollon Rim, Vincent Ranch, Unit 4A

Hosted by: Phoenix Varmint Callers, Youth Outdoors Unlimited, Arizona Game And Fish, Rocky Mountain

Elk Foundation, Arizona Elk Society

Register: Youth Outdoors Unlimited, http://www.youthoutdoorsunlimited.com

2014‐15 New to Hunting Listing Annual Hunt Regulations

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Sept. 5‐7: Becoming an Outdoors Woman

Women 18 and up can learn about fishing, camping, hunting, gun safety, Dutch‐oven cooking, map and

compass reading and more. Fee required.

Location: Prescott, Friendly Pines Camp

Hosted by: Arizona Wildlife Federation

Register: awf@azwildlife.org, (480) 644‐0077

Sept. 7‐8: Robbins Butte Junior’s Dove Hunt

Dove hunting just for kids at a Game And Fish Wildlife area managed for migratory birds, breakfast

provided.

Location: Buckeye, Robbins Butte Wildlife Area

Hosted by: Game And Fish, Chandler Rod and Gun Club

Information: http://www.azgfd.gov/dove

Sept. 10 & 13: CJ Biller Memorial Beginner’s Dove Hunt

Classroom training (9/10) on hunting doves, shotguns, safety and clay target shooting, followed by live

Dove hunt (9/13). Space is limited.

Location: Mesa, Usery Mountain Shooting Range, Arizona Game And Fish Mesa

Hosted by: Youth Outdoors Unlimited, CJ Biller Family, Arizona Outdoor Sports, Game and Fish

Register: http://www.youthoutdoorsunlimited.com

Missing ‐ Sept. Trappers Camp

Oct. 3‐5: Unit 1 Squirrel Camp

Learn about hunting squirrels for beginners, other outdoor skills activities, food provided.

Location: Pinetop/Lakeside, Los Burros Campground, Unit 1

Hosted by: Arizona Game And Fish, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Arizona Elk Society

Register: Arizona Game And Fish Pinetop, (928) 367‐4281

Oct. 3‐5: Outdoors Skill Camp

Learn how to camp, discover nature and Wildlife, fish, and hunt, and more.

Location: Payson area, Sharp Creek Campground

Hosted by: Arizona Game And Fish, Red Bear Outfitters, Safari Club International, Mogollon Sportsmen

Association

Register: Henry Apfel, (480) 639‐9994, hapfel@azgfd.gov

(new – was ADA) Oct. 10‐13: Passing Time Outdoors Junior Deer Camp

Deer hunting information and guidance, biology and habits, food, and campfire.

Location: Cordes Lakes area, Unit 21, 20B

Hosted by: Passing Time Outdoors

Information: Scott Streich, (623) 208‐0778, azace@cox.net, Sonja Streich, (602) 405‐0031

Missing – ADA Jr. Deer – might be unit 23

Oct. 9‐12: Kaibab Deer Junior’s Base Camp

Kaibab deer hunting information and assistance, biology and habits, some food, campfire.

Location: North Rim Grand Canyon, Unit 12A, SR22 & FR429

2014‐15 New to Hunting Listing Annual Hunt Regulations

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Hosted by: Buckskin Chapter Arizona Deer Association

Information: Rich Leightner, releightner@thebigpond.com, (928) 645‐9669

Oct. 9‐12: MDF Punkin Center Jr. Deer Hunt Camp

Deer hunting tips, biology and habits, food, hospitality, drawings, gifts, family welcome.

Location: Roosevelt Lake area, Unit 22, 23

Hosted by: Mule Deer Foundation, TheArizona‐Hunter.com, Quail Forever

Information: Terry Herndon, therndon@muledeer.org, (623) 696‐5579

Oct. 9‐12: AES Juniors Elk Hunter’s Camp

Thursday offers free dinner, tips on finding Elk, meat care, safety, prizes and more. Support for game

locating, retrieval and more offered throughout the weekend.

Location: Happy Jack Lodge, Unit 6A

Hosted by: Arizona Elk Society

Information: http://www.arizonaelksociety.org, (602) 492‐5319

Oct. 9‐12: RMEF 6A Junior Elk Hunter Information Camp

Thursday p.m. activities include a seminar on Elk, hunting tips, game care, a raffle, and dinner. Snacks,

drinks and guidance offered Friday‐Sunday a.m.

Location: Mormon Lake, St. Joesph’s Youth Camp, Unit 6A

Hosted by: Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Information: Clair Harris, clair‐linda@q.com

Oct. 9‐12: YOU Juniors Elk Camp

Guidance on hunting Elk, camping, other outdoor activities, Elk retrieval, field dressing assistance, and

food provided.

Location: White Mountains, Sheep Corral in the Greens Peak area, Units 1 & 2C

Hosted by: Youth Outdoors Unlimited, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, arizona elk society, Arizona

Game and Fish

Register: http://www.youthoutdoorsunlimited.com

Oct. 17‐19: Youth Shooting Clinic and Small Game Hunting Camp

Learn to hunt from experienced hunters, shooting instruction, seminars, camping, food.

Location: Yuma area

Hosted by: Yuma Valley Rod and Gun Club, Southwest Arizona HPC, Arizona Game and Fish

Information: Arizona Game And Fish, Chris Bedinger, CBedinger@azgfd.gov

Nov. 20‐23: AZSCI Junior’s Deer Hunt Camp

Deer hunting tips and tactics for the area from experienced hunters, centralized group camping area,

some food provided.

Location: SW of Tucson, Units 36A & 36B

Hosted by: Arizona Chapter of Safari Club International

Information: Bobby Boido, azsci@yahoo.com, (520) 490‐8367

Nov. 20‐23: MDF Unit 42 Junior Deer Hunter’s Camp

Free camp to assist with basics of deer hunting in the area, other outdoor activities, and more.

Location: Wickenburg, Unit 42 Vulture Peak Road

Hosted by: Arizona Mule Deer Foundation, Arizona Game and Fish

2014‐15 New to Hunting Listing Annual Hunt Regulations

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Information: Terry Herndon, therndon@muledeer.org; or Craig Heath, cheath@azgfd.gov

(new) Nov. 20‐23: MDF Unit 18B Junior Deer Hunter’s Camp

Free camp to assist with basics of deer hunting in the area, other outdoor activities, and more.

Location: Wickenburg, Unit 42 Vulture Peak Road

Hosted by: Arizona Mule Deer Foundation Kingman Chapter

Information: Terry Herndon, therndon@muledeer.org

Missing – YOU Jr. Deer – was 20c will move locations

Dec. 6‐7: Picketpost Small Game Hunting Camp

Geared toward new and novice hunters. Includes instruction and mentoring on small game hunting

(dove, quail, rabbits, Coyotes) and shooting techniques. Food and firearms are provided.

Location: Superior area, Picketpost Mountain, Unit 37B

Hosted by: Red Bear Outfitters, Phoenix Chapter Safari Club International, Youth Outdoors Unlimited,

Arizona Outdoor Sports, Arizona Game and Fish

Register: http://www.youthoutdoorsunlimited.com

(new) Dec. 12‐14: Cibola Junior’s Waterfowl Camp

Learn duck hunting, calling, decoy setups from experts, other outdoor skills activities, food provided.

Location: Yuma, Cibola National Wildlife Refuge

Hosted by: Arizona Outdoor Sports, U.S. Fish and Wildlife, Arizona Game and Fish

Register: Courtney Shanley (928) 342‐0091, getoutsideaz@gmail.com

2014‐15 New to Hunting Listing Annual Hunt Regulations

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2015

Jan. 2‐4, 2015: Pintail Slough Junior Waterfowl Camp

Introductory event for families and new hunters, activities include waterfowl hunting for juniors;

shotgun shooting and safety; 3D archery and more.

Location: Havasu National Wildlife Refuge

Hosted by: Arizona Game and Fish

Register: bmauer@azgfd.gov

Jan. 17, 2015: Wickenburg Youth Target Shooting Event

No cost, no equipment, and no registration required. Kids ages 8 to 18 can practice shooting archery,

shotgun, air rifles, and .22 cal. rifles with friendly, knowledgeable instructors. Other Wildlife and

informational displays for old and young to enjoy!

Location: at the Wickenburg Sportsman’s Club, 1385 Constellation Road, Wickenburg AZ.

Hosted by the Wickenburg Sportsman’s Club, Mule Deer Foundation, Arizona Game and Fish

Contact: Craig Heath, cheath@azgfd.gov

(new) Jan. 16‐18, 2015: SFL Archery javelina Hunt

Young archers and their parents will be mentored on bowhunting for javelina, group campsite, and

more.

Location: Lake Pleasant Regional Park, Unit 20B / 26M

Hosted by: Shoot for Life Archery Club

Register: Joe Darago, http://www.sflarizona.org, joedarago@me.com

Jan. 22‐25, 2015: Beginners Small Game & Junior javelina Camp

Camp with other hunters and Wildlife Managers to learn tips on where and how to hunt quail,

jackrabbits (all ages) and predators, as well as javelina for youth with 37B tags, some meals provided.

Location: Florence area, Unit 37B

Hosted by: Arizona Game And Fish, Red Bear Outfitters, arizona elk society, OHV Ambassadors

Information: John McGehee, JMcgehee@azgfd.gov, (520) 628‐5376

Jan. 22‐25, 2015: YOU 20C Junior’s javelina Camp

Learn to locate and hunt javelina, other outdoor activities, campout, and food provided.

Location: Hillside, Unit 20C

Hosted by: Youth Outdoors Unlimited

Information: http://www.youthoutdoorsunlimited.com

Jan. 23‐25, 2015: Becoming an Outdoors Woman

Women 18 and up can learn about hunting, fishing, archery, Dutch‐oven cooking, kayaking and more.

Fee required.

Location: Mesa, Saguaro Lake Ranch

Hosted by: Arizona Wildlife Federation

2014‐15 New to Hunting Listing Annual Hunt Regulations

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Register: awf@azwildlife.org or call 480‐644‐0077

Feb. 12‐15, 2015: Women’s javelina HAM Hunt Camp

For women new to hunting who want to learn how to hunt javelina. Food, gear, and experienced

mentors are provided for novice hunters.

Location: S.W. Tucson area, Units 36A/B/C

Hosted by: Coueswhitetail.com, Arizona Chapter of Safari Club International, Team Young Gunz

Register: http://www.coueswhitetail.com/womens_javelina_hunt_2015.htm, Amanda Moors (928) 200‐0544,

amanda@coueswhitetail.com

March 6‐8, 2015: Junior’s Jackrabbit Kamp

Learn to hunt jackrabbits and other outdoor skills, hunter education req’d, space is limited to beginners,

food provided.

Location: Tucson area, Three Points

Hosted by: Arizona Chapter of Safari Club International, Arizona Game and Fish

Register: Karen Klima KKlima@azgfd.gov, (520) 975‐6490

April 16‐19, 2015: Marvin Robbins Junior’s Spring turkey Hunting Camp

Learn and get assistance calling and hunting wild turkeys, seminars, outdoor skill activities, camping, and

food.

Location: Happy Jack area, V bar V Ranch, Units 6A, 5A, 5B

Hosted by: National Wild Turkey Federation, Outdoor Experience 4 All, Arizona Bowhunters Association,

Xtreme Predator Callers, Arizona Game and Fish

Register: Tim Denny, longbeardsaz@gmail.com

April 16‐19, 2015: Marvin Robbins Junior’s Spring turkey Hunting Camp

Learn and get assistance calling and hunting wild turkeys, seminars, outdoor skill activities, camping and

food.

Locations: Payson area, Colcord Ridge Campground, Units 23, 4A, 4B, 3C

Hosted by: National Wild Turkey Federation, arizona elk society, Phoenix Varmint Callers, Arizona Game

and Fish

Register: Rich Williams, azgobbler60@gmail.com

April 16‐19, 2015: Wallow Fire turkey Science and Hunting Camp

Learn and get assistance calling and hunting wild turkeys, wildfire and Wildlife sciences, seminars,

outdoor skill activities, camping, and food.

Location: White Mountains area, Unit 1, 27

Hosted by: Youth Outdoors Unlimited, National Wild Turkey Federation, arizona elk society, Rocky

Mountain Elk Foundation, Arizona Game and Fish

Register: http://www.youthoutdoorsunlimited.com

 

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