Hunter Eligibility 

  • All active and retired military personnel, their spouses, and legal dependents 10 years old or older. 
  • All active (assigned to a unit) and retired National Guard, their spouses, and legal dependents 10 years or older.
  • All active (assigned to a unit) and retired Reservists, their spouses, and legal dependents 10 years or older. 
  • All 100% disabled veterans.
  • Current full-time civil service and full-time non-appropriated fund employees employed by the Department of Army on Fort Huachuca, their spouses, and legal dependents 10 years old or older (proof of civilian employment status requires showing a Fort Huachuca common access card. Having a Fort Huachuca hunting permit from a previous year is not sufficient proof of eligibility). 

 

Youth Hunters

Youth hunters are defined by the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AGFD) as a person less than 18 years of age at the date of license purchase. A hunting permit is required for all youth hunters. All youth hunters under 16 years of age must be accompanied by a properly licensed adult when hunting. All youth hunters under 12 years of age must be directly supervised by a properly licensed adult when hunting at all times. Properly licensed means the accompanying adult must have a AGFD Hunting License and a Fort Huachuca Hunting Permit. Failure of the parent or guardian to properly supervise youth hunters will be cause for forfeiture of the permits of both hunters.