Leftover WMA deer hunting permits go on sale Oct. 6
LITTLE ROCK - Leftover Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Wildlife Management Area deer hunting permits will be on sale at several AGFC regional offices and the Little Rock office beginning Monday, Oct. 6, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
A limited number of the $10 permits for modern gun, muzzleloader and youth hunting are available. They are the leftovers from the Commission's permit process this year and will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
Each buyer must furnish date of birth, address and current driver’s license number or social security number for hunters over 16. A hunter education number or social security number is required for each permit holder in cases of persons under the age of 16. Buyers may purchase up to four permits for each type of hunt. Permits are not transferable or refundable. Persons who have accumulated 12 violation points in the Commission’s “point system for hunting and fishing violations” are not eligible for these permits. Cash, check and money order are accepted for payment.
The Little Rock office is located at 2 Natural Resources Drive, off Markham Street just east of Interstate 430. Regional offices and toll-free phones: Hope, (877) 777-5580; Brinkley, (877) 734-4581; Russellville, (877) 967-7577; Monticello, (877) 367-3559 and Ft. Smith, (877) 478-1043.
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