Big Game Hunting

Apache Guides

Our highly skilled Apache guides are intimately knowledgeable about our wild and remote land and our many lakes and rivers at San Carlos.
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Our mission is “to PRESERVE, PROTECT and ENHANCE wildlife populations on San Carlos for the benefit of the Tribe and for the benefit of the ecosystem”

30 May 2017
Available Trophy Elk Hunts
30 May 2017
Available Non-Member Coues Hunts 2017
Non-Tribal Member Fishing Prices

Our 1.8 million-acre reservation is a hunter’s paradise. In season, big game hunters can take down Rocky Mountain Elk, Black Bear, Pronghorn Antelope, Turkey, Desert Bighorn Sheep, Coues-White Tailed Deer, Javelina and Mountain Lion. Hunters must hire an Apache Guide and have a valid license and permits.
Non-tribal member hunting licenses for Antelope, Antlerless Elk, September Elk Archery, November Coues, January Malay Gap and January Coues Deer hunts are sold on a lottery/drawing basis. The entry fee is $26.00.

Permits/tags are available to non-members on a first-come, first-serve basis for the following species hunts: 1st & 2nd Fall Bear; Fall Turkey; Javelina Archery; Javelina Rifles: 1st & 2nd Spring Turkey and Spring Bear. Both Tribal and Non-Tribal members must have a valid and current hunting license.
Licenses can be purchased through the San Carlos Apache Recreation & Wildlife Department, in person or by mail. Click here to see the current schedule for all species.

Guides

Hunters must hired an Apache Guide on "required" areas and have a valid license and permits.

Licensing

Non-tribal member hunting licenses for Antelope, Antlerless Elk, September Elk Archery, November Coues, January Malay Gap and January Coues Deer hunts are sold on a lottery/drawing basis. The entry fee is $26.00.

Permits/tags

Available to non-members on a first-come, first-serve basis for the following species hunts: 1st & 2nd Fall Bear; Fall Turkey; Javelina Archery; Javelina Rifles: 1st, 2nd & 3rd Spring Turkey and Spring Bear. Also, our Spring Turkey is sold a year in advance. Both Tribal and Non-Tribal members must have a valid and current hunting license.
Licenses can be purchased through the San Carlos Apache Recreation & Wildlife Department, in person, by mail or contact our office.

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HUNTER'S QUESTIONNAIRE

Click here and complete the form, submit to our office within 14 days after the last day of the hunt.