2012-2013 deer permit application process begins June 1
By Ronnie Weston| May 31, 2012 at 10:06 PM CDT - Updated June 27 at 5:51 AM
LITTLE ROCK (AGFC) - Permit applications will be available for WMA doe quota, youth, archery, modern gun and muzzleloader deer hunts on several AGFC wildlife management areas throughout the state.
Applications are made only online at www.agfc.com beginning Friday, June 1. The deadline for applications is Sunday at midnight, July 1.
Each person may submit one application for each type of permit hunt (WMA doe quota, youth deer, archery deer, muzzleloader deer and modern gun deer).
Youth hunters must be at least 6 years old but no older than 15, the day the hunt begins.
Youths are required to have their hunter education certificates in order to apply for any youth hunt permit. Applicants under 16 years old must supply a hunter education number on the application. If supplying an out-of-state hunter education number, the state of the hunter education number must be supplied.
Permit winners will be notified by e-mail. An e-mail address must be included with each application.
Applying is free, but successful applicants must pay $10 to receive WMA hunt permits. There is no charge for WMA Doe Quota Permits. Permit winners who pay for their permit will receive it by e-mail.
Phone 501-223-6440 or 501-223-6359 for more information on AGFC permit hunts.