2022 Fall Hunts 

Deer

Types of Hunt Hunting Dates Hunt No. Comments (open area, legal weapons, legal game, # of permit-tags) & Requirements
Youth Only Nov 11-27, 2022 1904 Fort Huachuca in Unit 35A.                                                                            20 Antlered Deer Hunt Permit-tags.  Post permit required.
(See 2022-23 AZ Hunting Regulations for definition of Youth). 
General Weapons
Deer
Nov 18-Dec 1, 2022 1902 Fort Huachuca in Unit 35A.                                                                          100 Antlered White-tailed Deer Hunt Permit-tags.
Post Permit required. 
Dec 16-31, 2022 1903 Fort Huachuca in Unit 35A.                                                                          80 Antlered White-tailed Deer Hunt Permit-tags.
Post Permit required. 
Muzzleloader Oct 28-Nov 6, 2022 1905 Fort Huachuca in Unit 35A.                                                                            10 Antlered Deer Hunt Permit-tags.
Post Permit required. 
Dec 16-31, 2022 1906 Fort Huachuca in Unit 35A.                                                                            10 Antlered Deer Hunt Permit-tags.
Post Permit required. 
Archery Aug 19-Sep 8, 2022 None Non-permit tag required.                                                                              Any antlered deer.
Post permit required.                                                                                      Fort Huachuca annual harvest limits are 5 for antlered mule deer and 30 for antlered WTD. 
Jan 1-31, 2022 None Non-permit tag required.                                                                              Any antlered deer.
Post permit required.                                                                                        Fort Huachuca annual harvest limits are 5 for antlered mule deer and 30 for antlered WTD. 

There is no December Archery-Only hunting open on Fort Huachuca. To hunt deer on the Fort in December, you must possess a Permit-tag for Deer Hunts No. 1903 or 1906.

NOTE: If you receive ANY ARIZONA DEER HUNT PERMIT-TAG in the Drawing, you MAY NOT APPLY for a Deer Hunt Permit-tag during the first-come, first-serve application
period. If you were an unsuccessful applicant, or missed the Draw for deer hunts, you may apply for remaining deer permits during the first-come, first-serve period BEGINNING
early August.                                   

MANDATORY ARCHERY DEER HARVEST REPORTING: For over-the-counter, nonpermit-tag hunts                                                           

Harvest limits have been set for each species and are listed inthe above table.  Hunters are required to report their harvest within 48 hours of harvesting a deer. To report your archery deer harvest got to www.azgfd.com/ArcheryDeerReport or call 623-236-7961.  When the number of deer equaling the archery deer harvest limit for a particular unit and species has been reported killed, that unit and species will close at sundown the Wednesday immediately following.  Hunters are responsible for checking www.azgfd.com/ArcheryDeerReport or by telephone to determine if their desired hunt unit is still open. 

 

 

Black Bear

Type of Hunt Hunting Dates Hunt No. Comments (open area, legal weapons, legal game, # of permit-tags) & Requirements
Fall Archery - Only Black Bear Aug 19-Sep 29, 2022 None Non-permit tag required.                                                                              Any bear except sow with cubs.                                                                      Fort Huachuca female harvest is two.
Post permit is required. 

BEAR SPECIAL REGULATIONS: As prescribed in AGFD Hunting Regulations when the number of female bears equaling the female harvest limit for a particular hunt has been reported killed, the unit(s) will be closed at sundown the Wednesday immediately following. Hunters are responsible for calling 1-800-970-BEAR (2327) before hunting to determine if their desired hunt unit is still open. 

As prescribed in R12-4-308, all hunters must contact an Arizona Game and Fish Department office in person or by telephone at 1-800-970-BEAR (2327) within 48 hours of taking a bear. The report shall include the hunter's name, hunting license number, tag number, sex of the bear taken, management unit where the bear was taken, and telephone number at which the hunter can be reached to obtain additional information. Within 10 days of taking a bear, the hunter (or their designee) shall present the bear's skull and hide with attached proof of sex to a designated Arizona Game and Fish Department employee for inspection (pursuant to R12-4-308). If the skull is frozen, it should be defrosted prior to
presenting for inspection as a premolar tooth will be removed from the bear. If the hide is frozen, ensure that the attached proof of sex is accessible and identifiable. Successful hunters are encouraged to contact the nearest Department office by telephone to coordinate inspections. 


ATTENTION: A designated Fort Huachuca Environmental and Natural Resources (ENRD) employee can do the inspection and tooth removal. Contact 520-678-8112 to coordinate inspection. If an ENRD employee is unavailable please contact the nearest AGFD office to coordinate the inspection.

 

Pronghorn Antelope

Type of Hunt Hunting Dates Hunt No. Comments (open area, legal weapons, legal game, # of Permit-tags) & Requirements*
General Weapons
Pronghorn Antelope
None None There will not be any pronghorn hunts on Fort Huachuca during the 2022 hunting season.