2023 spring hunt draw results available
by Arizona Game & Fish Department
The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) has released the draw results for 2023 spring hunts.
Customers must have an AZGFD portal account to view draw results and bonus points. Draw results no longer are made available through an automated phone system.
A free AZGFD portal account (dependent account features are available) can be created by visiting accounts.azgfd.com/Account/Register. A portal account allows customers to create a secure account where they can view and manage their contact information, as well as their licenses, draw results history and bonus points in their personal “My AZGFD Dashboard” section. For questions about creating a portal account, call 602-942-3000 and press “7.”
By the numbers:
- 29,805: The total number of hunt permit-tags issued.
- 57,670: The total number of those who applied for hunts or bonus points.
- 41,566: The total number of applications submitted.
AZGFD expects to mail hunt permit-tags to customers by Dec. 2, with the exception of those who have downloaded the new Arizona E-Tag mobile app (from either the Apple or Google Play stores) and opted-in to receive an electronic hunt permit-tag in their portal account. Customers who have downloaded the app but opted-in after the Oct. 24 deadline will receive their hunt permit-tag by mail. Information: www.azgfd.gov/hunting.
Arizona Game & Fish Department Reportsfor Wednesday, October 19th, 2022
Bartlett Lake: AZGFD conducts annual flathead catfish survey at Bartlett Lake and Lake Pleasant
Kaibab Lake: Kaibab Lake Fishing Report
Cataract Lake: Water clarity is excellent
City Reservoir: Water clarity is improving and the lake is relatively clear
Dogtown Lake: The lake is full and the water clarity is good
Santa Fe Reservoir: Santa Fe Reservoir Report
Upper & Lower Lake Mary: Upper Lake Mary Report
Ashurst Lake: Ashurst Lake Report
Francis Short Pond: Difficult to say when conditions will be appropriate to stock Frances Short again
Kinnikinick Lake: The lake level is down, but there are no issues launching a boat
Lower Salt River: Lower Salt River Report
Roosevelt Lake: Roosevelt Lake Fishing Report
Bartlett Lake: Barlett Lake Report
Oak Creek: Oak Creek Report
Wet Beaver Creek : Wet Beaver Creek Report
West Clear Creek: Roundtail chub are often caught in sections of West Clear Creek
Woods Canyon Lake: Woods Canyon Lake Report
Knoll Lake: Knoll Lake Report
Blue Ridge Reservoir: Blue Ridge Reservoir Report
Rose Canyon Lake: Rose Canyon Report
Parker Canyon Lake: Parker Canyon Lake Report
Big Lake: 9.5 Lb. Rainbow
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