Arizona Mule Deer Hunt
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Mule deer hunting Arizona
 

 

Trophy Mule Deer Hunt Arizona

Arizona Wilderness Hunting outfitter Rob Hardy offer quality mule deer hunting expeditions into some of Arizona’s most beautiful and most primitive deer hunting regions.  There are three species of deer to choose from: Rocky Mountain mule deer, Sonoran mule deer and Coues whitetail deer.  The specialty is backpack hunting for truly large deer, but four-wheel-drive access tent-camp hunts and hotel-based hunts are also available.  The various hunts are all-inclusive from Phoenix, Arizona and this includes transportation to/from the field, full service guiding, accommodation when in the field, meals while in the field, trophy/meat care and personal assistance when preparing for your hunt.  Hunts are typically nine (9) days duration, but shorter duration hunts and longer duration hunts can be arranged.  One-on-one (hunter:guide ratio) hunts are generally the case, but two-on-one (hunters:guide ratio)  hunts are available or can be arranged.  All hunts are personally guided by the outfitter.  Rifle hunts, muzzleloader hunts and archery only hunts are available.  Youth hunters are welcomed.

Mule deer hunt Arizona

Firearms mule deer seasons typically occur during November.  Archery mule deer seasons generally occur in December and January.  January archery mule deer hunts can be combined with javelina.  Firearms deer hunts are by limited-entry draw permit.  Depending on unit and specie of mule deer, the odds to draw a firearms permit are 10% to 70%.  However, some of the so-called “premier” mule deer units have less than 5% draw odds.  Regardless, large mule deer inhabit every hunting unit within the state.  Archery mule deer tags are generally issued over-the-counter at any license vendor, so obtaining an archery only tag is a relatively simple and assured procedure.

Firearms Coues whitetail deer hunts typically occur during November and December.  Archery Coues whitetail deer hunts generally occur in December and January.  January archery Coues whitetail hunts can be combined with javelina.  Firearms Coues whitetail hunts are by limited-entry draw permit.  Depending on unit and month, the odds to draw a firearms permit are 10% to 100%.  Some of the so-called “premier” Coues deer firearms hunts have less than 5% draw odds.  However, extremely large Coues deer can be killed during any hunt, regardless of timing or unit.  All archery Coues deer tags are issued over-the-counter and are thereby easy to obtain.  Again, extraordinarily large Coues bucks can be found and killed during any hunt, regardless of timing and/or the unit.

 

Trophy Elk Hunts

Arizona Wilderness Hunting Adventures and Rob Hardy offer quality trophy bull elk hunts as well.  The Desert Southwest is known for producing exceptional bull elk trophies and Arizona is a top destination.  Many of the top-ranking bull elk trophies listed within the various records books were killed in Arizona and most of those trophies were taken in recent years.  There are still a great number of truly large bull elk that roam the wild hinterlands of Arizona and Arizona will continue to produce fabulous bull elk for many years to come.
Fully-guided trophy bull elk hunts are all-inclusive from Phoenix, Arizona and this includes ground transportation to/from the hunting area.  Hunts are personally guided by the outfitter and are nine (9) days duration.  Longer duration hunts are available on request.  Most hunts are four-wheel-drive access tent-camp affairs, but backpack hunts into premier wilderness settings are also available.  Archery only bull elk season typically occurs in November and is valid for specific units.  Firearms bull elk seasons generally occur during the months of November and December.  All hunting is by draw permit only.  Contrary to popular belief, the chance to draw November archery bull elk permits is 80% to 100% and the chance to draw coveted firearms bull elk permits during the months of November or December is between 20% and 60%.

 

Desert Bighorn Sheep Hunts

Arizona Wilderness Hunting Adventures and Rob Hardy offer superb desert bighorn sheep hunts.  Rob Hardy is first-and-foremost a sheep hunter and he began his hunting career when pursuing Dall sheep in Alaska, as a child.  Since then, he’s pursued sheep across western North America and now has almost fifty (50) years of sheep hunting experience under his belt.  If you’re considering the services of a guide/outfitter when hunting sheep in Arizona, Rob is the guy to go with.  His hunts are truly unique and quite educational.  Fully-guided desert bighorn sheep hunts are fourteen (14) days duration and are all-inclusive from Phoenix, Arizona and are personally guided by the outfitter.  Longer duration hunts are available on request.  Most hunts are four-wheel-drive access tent-camp affairs, but premier backpack hunts into wilderness sheep areas are also available.  Arizona is a top-producer of exceptional desert bighorn sheep.

Arizona Wilderness Hunting Adventures
Robert Paul Hardy – Registered Guide/Outfitter
907-355-5291/920-540-5038
info@arizonamuledeerhunt.com

 

Pricing


Four-Wheel-Drive Tent-Camp or Backpack Hunts (Call on Hotel-base hunts-reduced rates offered) 

1). Early November rifle hunt for desert (Sonoran) mule deer - $4,750.00 (one-on-one) or $3,250.00 (two-on-one)

2). December rifle hunt for desert (Sonoran) mule deer - $6,250.00 (one-on-one) or $4,750.00 (two-on-one)

3). Early November or late November rifle hunt for Rocky Mountain mule deer - $7,250.00 (one-on-one) or $5,750.00 (two-on-one)

4). Late November rifle hunt for Coues whitetail deer - $4,750.00 (one-on-one or $3,250.00 (two-on-one)

5). Early December rifle hunt for Coues whitetail deer - $4,750.00 (one-on-one) or $3,250.00 (two-on-one)

6). Late December rifle hunt for Coues whitetail deer - $5,250.00 (one-on-one) or $3,750.00 (two-on-one)

7). Late December archery hunt for either desert (Sonoran) mule deer or Coues whitetail deer - $4,250.00 (one-on-one or $3,250.00 (two-on-one)

8). January archery hunts for desert (Sonoran) mule deer or Coues whitetail deer** - $4,750.00 (one-on-one) or $3,750.00 (two-on-one)

9). November archery hunt for elk - $5,250.00 (one-on-one) or $3,750.00 (two-on-one)

10). November/December rifle hunt for elk - $6,250.00 (one-on-one) or $4,750.00 (two-on-one)

11). December hunt for desert bighorn sheep or Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep - $8,750.00 (one-on-one)

12). February/March firearms hunt for javelina - $2,750.00 (one-on-one) or $1,750.00 (two-on-one)

**Javelina also available at no extra charge during January archery deer hunts.

*NOTE: The 2015 permit application period has already passed. Therefore, hunters must already possess a valid 2015 hunting license and specie-specific big game permit tag. All winter archery deer hunts are available via over-the-counter (guaranteed) tag.

*NOTE: Hotel-based hunts available at a reduced rate for most species. *NOTE: The hunts listed are either four-wheel-drive access tent camps or backpack hunts.


*Mule Deer or Coues Deer Also Available During This Hunt On A Trophy Fee Basis


**Call About Pricing Of Hotel-Based Hunts and/or Longer Duration or Shorter Duration Hunts


***Call About Pricing Of 14-Day Mountain Lion and/or Black Bear Hunts