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Click here to apply beginning 8 a.m., March 23.

Click here to apply beginning 8 a.m., March 23.

Leftover WMA Turkey Hunt Permits go on sale beginning 8 a.m., Monday, March 23. This year we are implementing a special queue system to help prevent crashes and overloads from increased web traffic. When you click to enter the permit process, you will receive a brief explanation of the queue and how it works. When you click to proceed from that page, you will be “in line” with an indicator of how many people are in front of you. When it’s your turn, you will have 10 minutes to choose a permit and complete your purchase. After 10 minutes your place in line cannot be guaranteed.
If you wish to buy additional permits, you must go back through the queue. This is to ensure as many people as possible have a chance to get a leftover permit.
the list of leftover permits is available at http://www.agfc.com/lic…/Documents/LeftoverTurkeyPermits.pdf
The queue will begin at 8 a.m., Wednesday morning at the following link: http://static.ark.org/agfc/permitting.html

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Leftover WMA turkey hunt permits will be on sale at agfc.com beginning 8 a.m., March 4.

Leftover WMA turkey hunt permits will be on sale at agfc.com beginning 8 a.m., March 4.

If you didn’t draw one of the AGFC’s WMA turkey hunt permits, you still have a chance to bag a gobbler on one of our best Wildlife Management Areas. All leftover permits will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis at agfc.com beginning 8 a.m., March 4.

Even some of the hardest permits to draw will be available as leftovers, because the person who originally drew the permit did not pay for it before the deadline. This is the first time the AGFC has offered leftover turkey permits for sale, and it’s expected that permits for some of the top WMAs will be spoken for within the first hour of going online.

To purchase a permit online, visit https://www.ark.org/agfc/permitting/apply.php, beginning at 8 a.m. on March 4. Permits cost $10, and people who have already drawn and paid for another WMA permit are eligible to purchase leftovers.

 

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