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WMA Deer and Turkey Hunt Permit
Many AGFC wildlife management areas have limited hunts for deer and turkey to better manage the wildlife on the property and provide a better hunting experience for those who draw permits. Click below to learn how to apply.
Sweet 16 WMA Hunting Permit
Sixteen wildlife management areas require hunters of any game animal to carry a valid Sweet 16 permit while on the WMA. Click below for more information about the Sweet 16 program and to get your free permit.
Alligator Hunt Permit
The American alligator's range extends through the southern half of Arkansas. Extensive monitoring and management for the species has enabled the AGFC to offer limited alligator hunts in early fall. Click below to learn how to apply.
Elk Hunt Permit
Elk were once native to Arkansas, but overhunting and habitat conversion eliminated them from the state. Thanks to a successful reintroduction, elk again thrive in The Natural State, and the AGFC holds limited elk hunts each year. Click below to learn how to apply.
Steve N. Wilson Raft Creek Bottoms Duck Hole Permit
Waterfowl hunting on Steve N. Wilson Raft Creek Bottoms WMA is regulated by a permit draw on Saturdays and Sundays during the season. Five of the 30 permit locations are available for an online permit drawing during November and December. The rest are drawn on-site the morning of the hunt. Click below for more details.
Urban Archery Deer Hunt Permit
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and four Arkansas cities have joined to offer limited urban archery hunts to combat high deer populations in urban areas. Click below to find out more and to apply.
Snow, Blue and Ross' Conservation Order
Snow, Blue and Ross' Geese are so abundant, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has issued a special conservation order season to help reduce their populations. Click below to find out more and get your free conservation order permit.