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Bowhunter05
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Jul-03-17, 
04:13 PM (MST)
"AZ state trust land?"

I'll be hunting 18b this year and some areas I want to scout is trust land. I am not from Arizona and want to primarily use my side by side to get around in the hunting areas. Anyone know the rules on this? My side by side is registered and insured here in Nevada. Is there a special permit I need or something? Trying to find out info before I call azgfd

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 RE: AZ state t...  bonecollect...      Jul-03-17   1 
  RE: AZ state t...  azbullhunter      Jul-04-17   2 
   RE: AZ state t...  Bowhunter05      Jul-05-17   3 
    RE: AZ state t...  tcinkgm      Jul-05-17   4 
     RE: AZ state t...  dylan04      Jul-05-17   5 
 RE: AZ state t...  sagebrush      Jul-05-17   6 
  RE: AZ state t...  Bowhunter05      Jul-05-17   7 
   RE: AZ state t...  abqbw      Jul-09-17   8 
 RE: AZ state t...  sagebrush      Jul-09-17   9 
  RE: AZ state t...  abqbw      Jul-09-17   10 
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bonecollector777
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Jul-03-17, 
04:41 PM (MST)
1. "RE: AZ state trust land?"

I'll have to confirm but pretty sure your hunting license gives you permission to use state trust land.

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azbullhunter
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Jul-04-17, 
08:47 PM (MST)
2. "RE: AZ state trust land?"

Actively hunting and fishing with proper tags gives you access to state trust land.

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Bowhunter05
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Jul-05-17, 
06:48 AM (MST)
3. "RE: AZ state trust land?"

>Actively hunting and fishing with proper
>tags gives you access to
>state trust land.

And it doesn't matter if I'm using my side by side? I was more worried about not having a Arizona registered side by side on state land.

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tcinkgm
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Jul-05-17, 
11:35 AM (MST)
4. "RE: AZ state trust land?"

As long as your side x side is registered in your home state you are legal for up to 30 days at a time

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Jul-05-17, 
04:12 PM (MST)
5. "RE: AZ state trust land?"

You might need an OHV sticker? Service Arizona is where you would purchase it. I'm not sure about it though. We have to buy one here in AZ for our side x sides.

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sagebrush
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Jul-05-17, 
06:58 PM (MST)
6. "RE: AZ state trust land?"

No sticker required for your out of state registered UTV. You can use it on state trust land as long as you have a hunting license in your possession. No camping or target shooting on state trust land.

"You can fly a helicopter to the top of Everest and say you've been there. The problem with that is you were an a$$hole when you started and you're still an a$$hole when you get back.
Its the climb that makes you a different person". - Yvon Chouinard

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Bowhunter05
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Jul-05-17, 
07:04 PM (MST)
7. "RE: AZ state trust land?"

Thanks sagebrush. Glad you said no camping cause I was looking at some spots. Good to know.

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Jul-09-17, 
01:09 AM (MST)
8. "RE: AZ state trust land?"

You can camp on AZ state trust land. Check their website.

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sagebrush
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Jul-09-17, 
12:46 PM (MST)
9. "RE: AZ state trust land?"

How bout that. Learn something new every day. You can camp on State Trust Lands as long as you have a Recreational Use Permit that costs $15 a year.

"You can fly a helicopter to the top of Everest and say you've been there. The problem with that is you were an a$$hole when you started and you're still an a$$hole when you get back.
Its the climb that makes you a different person". - Yvon Chouinard

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Jul-09-17, 
11:34 PM (MST)
10. "RE: AZ state trust land?"

>How bout that. Learn something new
>every day. You can camp
>on State Trust Lands as
>long as you have a
>Recreational Use Permit that costs
>$15 a year.
>
>"You can fly a helicopter to
>the top of Everest and
>say you've been there. The
>problem with that is you
>were an a$$hole when you
>started and you're still an
>a$$hole when you get back.
>
>Its the climb that makes you
>a different person". - Yvon
>Chouinard

You can also camp on AZ State Trust land if you have a hunting license and are hunting. I couldn't find this mentioned on their website but when I called in 2014 I was told that you can camp if you have a hunting license. I'm sure nothing has changed but I would call and make sure it is still ok before I would do it...

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Jul-27-17, 
11:10 AM (MST)
11. "RE: AZ state trust land?"

Whats funny is State Land is NOT PUBLIC LAND. Haha and all these states are wanting to own BLM land which means they want to take away our public land. It clearly says on there site that hiking or even walking your dog is trespassing on State Trust Land. So I'm guessing your going to need to apply for a 14 day access permit. State Land is a joke and I'm sure no matter what you do they can find something to write you up for.

BLM is owned by the people, State Trust is owned by government officials.

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