An Arizona Hunting Paradise
Hunting in Mohave County, Arizona is some of the best in the nation. Extraordinary opportunities are here with a very diverse wildlife population and unique habitat. Our hunting region is home to bighorn sheep, elk, javelina, mountain lions, mule deer, doves, and quail. The region extends from Kingman southwest on I-40 to AZ Hwy. 95 south to the Bill Williams River, east along the Bill Williams and Santa Maria rivers to U.S. Hwy. 93, northwest on U.S. Hwy. 93 to I-40, and west along I-40 to Kingman.
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Hunting areas in and around the Lake Havasu Area are divided into different units (as noted above). Click on the links for more information on the Kingman (Unit 15D), Kingman (Unit 16A), or Yuma (Unit 16B), or go to the main hunting section for the AZGFD.
Hunting regulations differ based on the type of game. Typically, all small game species require a basic hunting license, which is available at various locations in Lake Havasu City. Arizona residents and non-residents can buy a 12-month license, valid for one year from the date of purchase (see fee structure below). For more information about hunting licenses, click here.
|License||Resident Fee||Non-Resident Fee|
|Hunting License Fee Structure|
|General Hunting||$37||Not available|
|Combo Hunt & Fish||$57||$160|
|Youth Combo Hunt & Fish||$5||$5|
|Short-Term Combo Hunt & Fish||$15/day||$20/day|
|Migratory Bird Stamp||$5||$5|
Big game licenses are available by draw only. To enter the draw, go to azgfd.com/Hunting/Draw. The Arizona Game & Fish Department provides much information relating to hunting including rules and regulations, hunting guidelines, information about big game, small game, waterfowl, predator, and furbearer species, where to hunt and more. Click here for more information.