published October 1, 2008 by Matt Livingston

Leftover Arkansas WMA permits Go on Sale

LITTLE ROCK – Leftover Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Wildlife Management Area Arkansas 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 each hunter. There is one change to note this year. This year the AGFC will not require a hunter’s education card in order for a youth 15 and under to purchase a permit. A buyer may purchase permits for up to four individuals for each type of hunt. Permits are not transferable or refundable. Cash, check, debit or credit cards and money orders are accepted for payment.

The rest of the information available in the Arkansas Deer Hunting Forum

Arkansas Outdoors Online, borrowed from flickr

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