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Public Hunting Lands Arizona

Hunting Arizona:

Arizona is considered to be one of the larger states in United States and has more than 30 million acres of hunting land. This is almost 44.8% of the total land of this state and statistics represent that almost 5.1 acres are available for 1 person to hunt in this state. Animals that are available in this state for hunting are Turkey, Duck, Mountain Lion, Coyote, Rabbit, Cougar, Mule Deer, and many other game animals. 

Best Public Hunting Lands in Arizona:

Public hunting lands in this state are owned by state so that they all are surrounded with fence and provide good security for hunters while hunting. People who are physically challenged can also hunt on the hunting lands in their designated areas in most of the hunting lands. However, most of the public hunting lands in this state do not provide facilities like restrooms, campsites, washrooms, food corners etc. but they all are available in the private hunting lands. Lastly, like other states, hunters are not allowed to bring any alcoholic drinks and drugs to the hunting lands of Arizona.

Public Hunting Lands in Arizona:

There are less public hunting lands in this state still the hunters who are fond of hunting Mule Deer, Mountain Lion, Coyote, and other big games prefer to visit these lands. Native hunters also prefer to hunt animals on hunting lands are they are cheap and easy to approach. Additionally, more than 70% people of this state contain a hunting license and visit the hunting leases every year during different hunting seasons to hunt big and small games. Almost 650,000 individuals purchase hunting license in this state every year which include the native hunters as well as the nonresidents.

North Arizona Hunting Land:

There is a huge difference between the amount of hunting license for the native hunters and for the nonresidents in North Arizona. Those who want to become a resident of this region must spend consecutive 3 months in this region. Also, hunters can bring their pets on hunting lands but they must be leashed and hunters should possess their current vaccination slips. Additionally, there are designated areas on hunting leases where the physically challenged hunters can hunt their desired animals. Lastly, motor vehicles are not allowed inside the hunting land until unless you are physically disabled and the engine of motor vehicle must be switched off while hunting.