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Arizona Hunting Fees Could Increase
« on: March 19, 2004, 07:18:46 AM »
PHOENIX, AZ--The Arizona Game and Fish Department is proposing to increase certain state hunting license and permit/tag fees to the maximum amount allowed by law.

The fees, as listed below, don't include the state's regular $5 application fee. The department proposes to raise fees as follows:

A resident pronghorn hunting permit tag would be raised to $65, and nonresident pronghorn tags would be raised to $325.

A resident black bear hunting permit would be raised to $14.50. Nonresident bear tags would jump to $200.

Resident bighorn sheep tags would be raised to $195. Nonresident bighorn tags would be raised to $1,000.

Resident deer tags would be raised to $19.50, and nonresident deer would be raised to $125.50.

Resident elk tags would be raised to $78. Nonresident tags would be raised to $400.

Resident javelina tags would be raised to $12.50. Nonresident tags would be raised to $70.

Resident mountain lion tags would be lowered to $10. Nonresident lion tags would be raised to $200.

Resident wild turkey tags would be raised to $11.

The public can submit comments on the proposed changes from March 19 to April 18 after they're published in the Arizona Administrative Register. For more information, call (602) 789-3271 or send comments by e-mail to rulemaking@gf.state.az.us
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