Gateway To The Copper Corridor


2019 Summer Gateway, Visitors Guide.

San Carlos Apache

Tribe Recreation

and Wildlife’s 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”

Its 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.

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



Hunters must hire

an Apache Guide on

“required” areas and

have a valid license

and permits.


Available to nonmembers

on a firstcome,

first-serve basis

for the following

species hunts: first

and second Fall Bear;

Fall Turkey; Javelina

Archery; Javelina

Rifles: first, second

and third Spring Turkey

and Spring Bear. Also, our

Spring Turkey is sold a year

in advance. Both Tribal and

Non-Tribal members must

San Carlos

Big Game Hunting on San Carlos Reservation

San Carlos Lake , San Carlos, Az.

Diane Drobka

have a valid and current hunting


Licenses can be purchased

through the San Carlos

Apache Recreation and Wildlife

Department, in person, by

mail or contact our office.

For more information or

a hunter’s application, go to

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