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General Discussion / Honoring Steve Hirsch
« Last post by Piscolli on Today at 06:21 AM »
July 25, 2017

Arizona Game and Fish Department

Arizona conservationists to be honored at 2017 Outdoor Hall of Fame Banquet​ Aug. 19

* Please note that this release replaces a version previously issued that inadvertently included incorrect contact information about ordering event tickets from Wildlife For Tomorrow.Â

PHOENIX – The Wildlife for Tomorrow Foundation, together with the Arizona Game and Fish Department, will induct five individuals into the Arizona Outdoor Hall of Fame.

The Foundation's 20th Annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony will take place during the annual Arizona Outdoor Hall of Fame Banquet on Saturday, Aug. 19, at the Embassy Suites Scottsdale at 5001 N. Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale.

The inductees for this year’s event include:

    Steve Hirsch, of Phoenix, is being inducted posthumously. Steve was a prominent attorney, avid outdoorsman and the son of Bob Hirsch, a prior Hall of Fame inductee and acclaimed outdoors columnist. Steve’s passion for Arizona and its wildlife led him to serve as a director and the president of the Wildlife for Tomorrow Foundation for more than 16 years. Steve’s leadership and vision provided the driving force for Wildlife for Tomorrow as it worked closely with the department to support projects that benefited the management and enjoyment of Arizona’s fish and wildlife resources, youth educational activities and projects that made a difference to wildlife habitat in our state.
    Larry Voyles, of Phoenix, has devoted his 43-year career to wildlife conservation and outdoor heritage, including nine years as director of the Arizona Game and Fish Department. He began his career with AZGFD as a wildlife manager and in 2008 was selected as the agency’s director. He worked to modernize the department and unified the 50 states’ conservation agencies to improve wildlife conservation efforts nationwide. He is a national leader in shooting sports, recruitment and retention.
    Â Jean Wilson, of Yuma, who has served Yuma County readers for decades through her outdoors column in the Yuma Sun and has dedicated her life to encouraging families and children to appreciate the outdoors. She regularly runs clinics and classes designed to get people to enjoy fishing, hunting and archery.
    Steve Clark, of Glendale, who is a founding member of the Arizona Elk Society and has worked tirelessly for the past 17 years to carry the organization and its mission forward. He also serves on the Arizona Livestock Recovery Board and the Arizona Natural Resources Committee, was recognized as Civilian Conservationist of the Year in 2010 by the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, and Conservationist of the Year in 2015 by the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
    Warner Glenn, of Douglas, a fourth-generation Arizona cattle rancher who operates two ranches in Cochise County. In addition to ranching, he operates the hunting guide service established by his father – legendary hunter Marvin Glenn. In 1991, Warner Glenn was among the founders of the Malpai Borderlands Group, a conservation ranching organization that established a system of scientific-based ecosystem management on more than 1 million acres of ranch land in southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico.

The Hall of Fame event will include a social hour and silent auction beginning at 5:30 p.m., with dinner being served at 6:30Â p.m., followed by the induction ceremony. The evening will also feature a live auction, exciting raffle prizes, and musical entertainment by the Back Porch Bandits.

Individual tickets are $70. A table for 10 is $700. A table of 10 and a full-page ad in the full-color banquet brochure is $1,200. The options for ordering tickets are:

    Download a ticket ordering form, fill in the requested information, and either scan and e-mail to or mail Wildlife For Tomorrow, c/o Anne Bailey, 145 E. University Dr. Suite 5, Mesa, AZ 85201.
    Call Anne Bailey, Wildlife for Tomorrow board member and ticket chairwoman, at (480) 636-8975.
    Purchase your tickets on the Wildlife for Tomorrow website at

Wildlife for Tomorrow was created in 1990 to enhance the management, protection and enjoyment of Arizona's fish and wildlife resources. The foundation is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works closely with the Arizona Game and Fish Department to provide additional support for projects and education activities where traditional resources are not adequate.

The Arizona Outdoor Hall of Fame was developed in 1998 by the Wildlife for Tomorrow Foundation to honor those who have made significant contributions to Arizona’s wildlife, the welfare of its natural resources and the state’s outdoor heritage.

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Cool thanks for the report
Yes.  I took my kids.  It was their first time fishing for crappie at night with lights.  We put a few in the boat using the standard bait and rigs.
Anybody catching any crappie at night?
I was up there Saturday and it looked normal.  It rained hard early, but cleared up and was a beautiful night under the stars.  Only a couple of boats braved the weather.
Roosevelt / Re: Roosevelt crappie limit
« Last post by Art Chamberlin on July 24, 2017, 10:16 AM »
Fishless is correct. .....Art
Roosevelt / Re: Roosevelt crappie limit
« Last post by SteveJ on July 24, 2017, 03:54 AM »
I thought it was 8.
Butter my buns and call me a biscuit!
They were showing pictures of flooded roads and washes near the Frye fire on Mt. Graham which lots of the water flows into the Gila river. Wonder if they are getting that terrible sludge and black ash along with the fire retardant (which they dropped a bunch on) that fire into San Carlos, man it could mess things up with that lake being so small :dontknow:
Roosevelt / Re: Roosevelt crappie limit
« Last post by Fishless on July 23, 2017, 07:17 PM »
I think it has been 15 since they put the limits on Bartlett and Rosy :dontknow:
Roosevelt / Roosevelt crappie limit
« Last post by SteveJ on July 23, 2017, 03:11 PM »
Just picked up the 2017-2018 AZGF fishing regulations and see that the crappie limit has been bumped to 15.
Am I the only one who didn't know?
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