October 27 through November 11, 2018.
LEGAL ELK/BAG LIMIT:
Cow, Calf, or Spike ONLY. A legal spike is defined as a yearling bull elk exhibiting a single antler beam on the right and left side of the skull without ANY points coming off of either beam. One (1) per tag.
NUMBER OF PERMITS:
15, issued on a first-come-first-served basis (refer to Section A.1., herein).
PERMIT COST/Application Fee: $300.00/$5.00.
Non-Member Spouse – General Tags will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis beginning August 30, 2018 at the Game & Fish offices in Whiteriver and Hon Dah.
LEGAL TAKING DEVICE:
Any legal firearm as described in section R1.B.
UNITS OPEN TO HUNTING:
Units 9 and 11. Maps of the hunting area will be available at the Game & Fish office in Whiteriver.
Non-member Spouses are not required to be accompanied by their Tribal Member Spouse for this hunt and are limited to hunting assigned/designated Hunt Units only, (9 and 11).
PERSONS ENTERING THE RODEO/CHEDISKI BURN AREA FOR THE PURPOSE OF HUNTING DO SO AT THEIR OWN RISK. IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT PERSONS HUNTING THIS AREA UTILIZE THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE GROUND FOR INGRESS, EGRESS AND PARKING. DUE TO THE POTENTIAL FOR FLASH FLOODING, PERSONS ENTERING THIS AREA FOR THE PURPOSE OF HUNTING SHOULD CONSTANTLY BE AWARE OF CURRENT AND POTENTIAL WEATHER CONDITIONS AND PLAN THEIR TRAVEL ROUTES ACCORDINGLY. THE TRIBAL GAME & FISH DEPARTMENT AND THE WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHE TRIBE ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY PROPERTY LOSS, DAMAGE OR BODILY HARM INCURRED IN THIS AREA.
NON MEMBER SPOUSE GENERAL ELK