The season dates for each hunt will be 365 days starting August 15th!
There are very few limitations on hunting areas and the prices for each ticket have been set to
give every hunter in the world an opportunity to win a true hunt of a lifetime. Prices range from $5-25 each. (See the Buy Tickets page).
Arizona offers some of the best trophy opportunities in North America for each of these species. A quick review of the both the B&C and
P&Y record book will confirm this. (Click for B&C and P&Y websites). If you are after a truly huge
mule deer, elk, antelope, Coues deer, desert bighorn sheep, or buffalo, then Arizona is where you need to be. The only huntable population
of Gould's turkeys in the United States exists in Southern Arizona and can be hunted with this tag.
In addition to these tags is an optics raffle for a package of products donated by Swarovski Optik and $2500 bonus cash. Total value of package is $17,000!
Tickets are $10 each. (Package info here)
New Mexico Trophy Elk Hunt
We are also offering an incentive trophy elk hunt from Mangas Guide Service. Tickets are $20 each or
6 for $100. Receive a free entry to win this hunt when you purchase an “All Eleven” package, which
includes a ticket for each of the 10 AZ species and the Optics, for $160. (Hunt details here)
Buy Early, Buy Often, Win Big! Incentive Drawings
Additional winners will be drawn leading up to our July 20th, 2017 main drawing in our buy early
incentive program. Win one of 36 terrific prizes from the nation’s top suppliers of outdoor equipment. Increase your odds to WIN BIG
by buying early, and buying often! For each online purchase made you will receive one chance to win! For more information click HERE.
What is the Raffle For?
These Special Tags are designed to earn money for wildlife and wildlife management in Arizona. Every
dollar raised for each species by the raffle of these special big game tags is returned to the Arizona
Game and Fish Department and managed by the Arizona Habitat Partnership Committee (AHPC) for that
particular species. With input from local habitat partners across the state, as well as the input from the
organizations involved with the fund raising, they collectively determine which projects will provide the most benefit to each species represented.
Operating costs are covered entirely by sales of the Optics Raffle and New Mexico Elk Hunt tickets as
well as contributions from the sponsoring organizations. The management of the raffle is overseen by a volunteer board of directors.