Arizona Game and Fish have eliminated the paper correction period for the 2016 hunt drawings. This feature corrected errors in paper draw applications if they were submitted early enough.
Here is the comment from AG&F:
“Due to decreasing participation in the paper application process and the availability of the online application system that virtually prevents applicants from making application errors, the Commission has eliminated the paper correction period. If you use the online system, you are required to pay the application fee as well as any purchased licenses fees at the time of application. Once the draw takes place, and IF you are successfully drawn, the Department will charge the credit or debit card you have on file for the permit fee. If payment fails, the Department will make three attempts within two business days to contact you and notify you that your payment has been declined. You will then be afforded a means of providing alternative payment within a specified timeframe. If the Department has not received a payment at the end of that specified timeframe, applicants will be rejected. No exceptions will be made for individuals who do not respond to the Department’s attempts to contact them. Deadline for updating credit or debit card information online is 11:59 p.m. (MST) Thursday, July 9, 2015.”
Our recommendation is to avoid the paper application all together and apply online at: https://draw.azgfd.gov/