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Arizona Game and Fish

     Did you know that Arizona’s forests are home to four species and eight subspecies of tree squirrels?

     Or that prior to Arizona statehood, Mourning dove were hunted around grain fields throughout the summer and fall?

     Those are just some of the interesting tidbits in the “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” that is now available at all Arizona Game and Fish Department offices for $6. This year’s edition has been expanded to include small game.

     The “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” is a compendium of facts about hunting in Arizona, including up-to-date information. “Both novice and experienced hunters will find this book a valuable resource for making informed decisions about hunt selections,” said Information Branch Chief Joe Janisch.

     In fact, hunters applying for big game permits have found this publication valuable for playing the drawing odds. For instance, you can find the following:

· Which game management units have the most big game permits.

· The units with the narrowest male-to-female ratios.

· Units and hunts with the highest hunt success.

· Hunts that have the best drawing odds.

· Historical survey and hunt information the reader can use to compare trends for the major game species in each management unit.
 

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‘Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition’ Available

5/20/02

Arizona Game and Fish

     Did you know that Arizona’s forests are home to four species and eight subspecies of tree squirrels?

     Or that prior to Arizona statehood, Mourning dove were hunted around grain fields throughout the summer and fall?

     Those are just some of the interesting tidbits in the “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” that is now available at all Arizona Game and Fish Department offices for $6. This year’s edition has been expanded to include small game.

     The “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” is a compendium of facts about hunting in Arizona, including up-to-date information. “Both novice and experienced hunters will find this book a valuable resource for making informed decisions about hunt selections,” said Information Branch Chief Joe Janisch.

     In fact, hunters applying for big game permits have found this publication valuable for playing the drawing odds. For instance, you can find the following:

· Which game management units have the most big game permits.

· The units with the narrowest male-to-female ratios.

· Units and hunts with the highest hunt success.

· Hunts that have the best drawing odds.

· Historical survey and hunt information the reader can use to compare trends for the major game species in each management unit.
 

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‘Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition’ Available

5/20/02

Arizona Game and Fish

     Did you know that Arizona’s forests are home to four species and eight subspecies of tree squirrels?

     Or that prior to Arizona statehood, Mourning dove were hunted around grain fields throughout the summer and fall?

     Those are just some of the interesting tidbits in the “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” that is now available at all Arizona Game and Fish Department offices for $6. This year’s edition has been expanded to include small game.

     The “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” is a compendium of facts about hunting in Arizona, including up-to-date information. “Both novice and experienced hunters will find this book a valuable resource for making informed decisions about hunt selections,” said Information Branch Chief Joe Janisch.

     In fact, hunters applying for big game permits have found this publication valuable for playing the drawing odds. For instance, you can find the following:

· Which game management units have the most big game permits.

· The units with the narrowest male-to-female ratios.

· Units and hunts with the highest hunt success.

· Hunts that have the best drawing odds.

· Historical survey and hunt information the reader can use to compare trends for the major game species in each management unit.
 

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‘Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition’ Available

5/20/02

Arizona Game and Fish

     Did you know that Arizona’s forests are home to four species and eight subspecies of tree squirrels?

     Or that prior to Arizona statehood, Mourning dove were hunted around grain fields throughout the summer and fall?

     Those are just some of the interesting tidbits in the “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” that is now available at all Arizona Game and Fish Department offices for $6. This year’s edition has been expanded to include small game.

     The “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” is a compendium of facts about hunting in Arizona, including up-to-date information. “Both novice and experienced hunters will find this book a valuable resource for making informed decisions about hunt selections,” said Information Branch Chief Joe Janisch.

     In fact, hunters applying for big game permits have found this publication valuable for playing the drawing odds. For instance, you can find the following:

· Which game management units have the most big game permits.

· The units with the narrowest male-to-female ratios.

· Units and hunts with the highest hunt success.

· Hunts that have the best drawing odds.

· Historical survey and hunt information the reader can use to compare trends for the major game species in each management unit.
 

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‘Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition’ Available

5/20/02

Arizona Game and Fish

     Did you know that Arizona’s forests are home to four species and eight subspecies of tree squirrels?

     Or that prior to Arizona statehood, Mourning dove were hunted around grain fields throughout the summer and fall?

     Those are just some of the interesting tidbits in the “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” that is now available at all Arizona Game and Fish Department offices for $6. This year’s edition has been expanded to include small game.

     The “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” is a compendium of facts about hunting in Arizona, including up-to-date information. “Both novice and experienced hunters will find this book a valuable resource for making informed decisions about hunt selections,” said Information Branch Chief Joe Janisch.

     In fact, hunters applying for big game permits have found this publication valuable for playing the drawing odds. For instance, you can find the following:

· Which game management units have the most big game permits.

· The units with the narrowest male-to-female ratios.

· Units and hunts with the highest hunt success.

· Hunts that have the best drawing odds.

· Historical survey and hunt information the reader can use to compare trends for the major game species in each management unit.
 

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‘Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition’ Available

5/20/02

Arizona Game and Fish

     Did you know that Arizona’s forests are home to four species and eight subspecies of tree squirrels?

     Or that prior to Arizona statehood, Mourning dove were hunted around grain fields throughout the summer and fall?

     Those are just some of the interesting tidbits in the “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” that is now available at all Arizona Game and Fish Department offices for $6. This year’s edition has been expanded to include small game.

     The “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” is a compendium of facts about hunting in Arizona, including up-to-date information. “Both novice and experienced hunters will find this book a valuable resource for making informed decisions about hunt selections,” said Information Branch Chief Joe Janisch.

     In fact, hunters applying for big game permits have found this publication valuable for playing the drawing odds. For instance, you can find the following:

· Which game management units have the most big game permits.

· The units with the narrowest male-to-female ratios.

· Units and hunts with the highest hunt success.

· Hunts that have the best drawing odds.

· Historical survey and hunt information the reader can use to compare trends for the major game species in each management unit.
 

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‘Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition’ Available

5/20/02

Arizona Game and Fish

     Did you know that Arizona’s forests are home to four species and eight subspecies of tree squirrels?

     Or that prior to Arizona statehood, Mourning dove were hunted around grain fields throughout the summer and fall?

     Those are just some of the interesting tidbits in the “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” that is now available at all Arizona Game and Fish Department offices for $6. This year’s edition has been expanded to include small game.

     The “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” is a compendium of facts about hunting in Arizona, including up-to-date information. “Both novice and experienced hunters will find this book a valuable resource for making informed decisions about hunt selections,” said Information Branch Chief Joe Janisch.

     In fact, hunters applying for big game permits have found this publication valuable for playing the drawing odds. For instance, you can find the following:

· Which game management units have the most big game permits.

· The units with the narrowest male-to-female ratios.

· Units and hunts with the highest hunt success.

· Hunts that have the best drawing odds.

· Historical survey and hunt information the reader can use to compare trends for the major game species in each management unit.
 

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‘Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition’ Available

5/20/02

Arizona Game and Fish

     Did you know that Arizona’s forests are home to four species and eight subspecies of tree squirrels?

     Or that prior to Arizona statehood, Mourning dove were hunted around grain fields throughout the summer and fall?

     Those are just some of the interesting tidbits in the “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” that is now available at all Arizona Game and Fish Department offices for $6. This year’s edition has been expanded to include small game.

     The “Hunt Arizona 2002 Edition” is a compendium of facts about hunting in Arizona, including up-to-date information. “Both novice and experienced hunters will find this book a valuable resource for making informed decisions about hunt selections,” said Information Branch Chief Joe Janisch.

     In fact, hunters applying for big game permits have found this publication valuable for playing the drawing odds. For instance, you can find the following:

· Which game management units have the most big game permits.

· The units with the narrowest male-to-female ratios.

· Units and hunts with the highest hunt success.

· Hunts that have the best drawing odds.

· Historical survey and hunt information the reader can use to compare trends for the major game species in each management unit.
 

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