Phoenix, AZ -(Ammoland.com)- Hunters who won’t be able to use their upcoming Arizona big game hunt permit-tag now have the option of transferring that tag to qualified 501(c)(3) organizations that provide hunting opportunities to veterans with service-related disabilities.
The new tag transfer option is the result of legislation sponsored by Representative Frank Pratt (District 8) that went into effect in July. A tag transfer to a disabled veteran’s 501(c)(3) organization requires a big game tag transfer affidavit of voluntary donation and the tag.
Contact the individual 501(c)(3) organization to obtain the transfer affidavit. A list of qualified organizations can be found here (scroll about two-thirds of the way down the page to the tag transfer information). The Arizona Game and Fish Department is unable to reimburse bonus points for transferred tags.
“We’re pleased about the hunting opportunities the new rule may provide for veterans with service-related disabilities,” said Arizona Game and Fish Commission Chairman Robert Mansell. “It’s one way that we and sportsmen can show our appreciation and gratitude for their service and sacrifices.”
Keep in mind that there are two other tag transfer options also still available:
(1) By a parent to his or her minor child, or by a grandparent to his or her minor grandchild, subject to provisions specified in the Arizona Hunting Regulations and applicable rules, or
(2) To a qualified 501(c)(3) organization for use by a child with a life-threatening condition or permanent disability.
For a list of 501(c)(3) organizations providing hunting opportunities to children with a life-threatening condition or permanent disability, visit online.
Did you know?
The Arizona Game and Fish Department receives NO Arizona general fund tax dollars? We hold the state’s wildlife in trust for the public without a dime from Arizona taxpayers.
About The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD)
The Arizona Game and Fish Department mission is to conserve Arizona’s diverse wildlife resources and manage for safe, compatible outdoor recreation opportunities for current and future generations.