- Online Ranch Access permit sales for Elk, Antelope, Deer are now available. Permit sales will end Dec 14, 2016. Ranch access will close for the winter months after December 18, 2016 for the 2016/17 winter season.
- Hunter & Hunter Assist permits are only available by online purchase.
- 2016 Guide/Outfitter Permit Application forms are now available by email request from the hunt manager. Guide/Outfitter permits are only obtained by submitting a paper application. Contact the hunt manager by email.
Please read thru the updated ranch rules for 2016 to view any revisions. There were a number of individuals cited in 2015 by the AGFD that have lost ranch access privileges for 7 years per the Arizona landowner compact violation schedule. Overall though a very high percentage of hunters have been respectful of the access program and the ranch employees/affiliates. We have had a ton of positive emails from those thankful to be allowed the privilege of access. Individuals who may choose to be disrespectful of the hunting program, the ranch and/or any persons affiliated with either are simply welcome to hunt elsewhere. Sportsmen behavior determines access.
- Prairie Dog Hunting Access permits will be available to purchase online beginning the 3rd week of July 2016 along with big game permits.
- Prairie dog Hunters can purchase Access Permits for $20 per day per person for any of the dates between August 5th and Sept 30th, 2016. The ranch will not be open to Prairie dog access until August 5th 2016.
- Prairie dog access is limited to the grassland portion of the Aubrey Valley only. There is no access by foot or vehicle to any area outside of the “grassland portion” of the Aubrey Valley with the Prairie dog access permit.
All of the antler-less elk hunters names for hunt 3050 and 3051 that purchased Big Bo ranch permits for the 2015 season were entered into a random raffle drawing.
Here are the winners of the 4 individual $200 Sportsman’s warehouse gift cards for the drawing……
There has been a new access agreement reached in principle between The Ranch owner, Ranch lessee and the Arizona Game and Fish Dept.
Beginning in the 2016 season, there will be a revised permit fee structure along with some revisions to the ranch rules.
Details regarding the 2016 Ranch Access fees are posted on the “Hunt Access Rate” page.