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Coyotes around Phoenix?

 
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Old 07-29-2011, 08:57 AM
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Re: Coyotes around Phoenix?

As for the non-resident license thing, use your sister's address as your "residence." Go to the DMV for an ID card only, using your sister's address as your "residence." They take a picture and issue you an ID with no questions asked, other than your having to fill out the usual ID request form there. The ID card gives you the same privileges as an actual driver's license, other than for driving. You then have to wait three months before you are eligible to get a hunting license. I got an ID, went to Walmart, took a chance, and got a hunting license right away without the clerk's looking at the date on the ID. All they can do is say "no" if they see that you have been there under three months. Anyway, this is the way you can bypass the non-residency fee. The residency fee is far lower. The ID also entitles you to buy firearms and ammunition, even though you really live out-of-state.
Sotcha deal.

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Old 07-29-2011, 10:31 AM
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I bet he has already been down there to find out...being that it was four years ago since the last post
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Old 07-10-2012, 05:37 PM
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Re: Coyotes around Phoenix?

Have a shotgun or bow? Most cities in AZ now you can legally hunt coyotes in city limits. There are a lot of good places to hunt yotes in the area. I grew up and spent 20 years in Mesa. See them quite often just about later in the evenings. Have taken quite a few myself out in the good ol' desert.
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Old 07-10-2012, 06:50 PM
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Re: Coyotes around Phoenix?

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Originally Posted by Buffalobob View Post
I think you will need a non-resident small game license, which is pretty costly.
If you are a resident, it costs a little over $30. You need either an ID card (you need an AZ address) or driver's license. Either way, you need to be there for IIRC six months after you get your ID or Driver's license before you can be issued a hunting license. No tags are required for coyotes.
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