Miles at just 12 year’s old makes a great shot on a Big Arizona Bull Elk! Watch as Sitka Boy aka Miles takes his first BIG GAME animal with us & what an animal it was!
When most people think of Big Mule Deer in Arizona they think of the Arizona Strip (Units 13A & 13B), the Kaibab (Units 12AW & 12AE) & Unit 12B. These units are known for great genetics, but these popular mule deer areas typically take multiple decades to draw or LOTTERY winning type luck to obtain a mule deer tag!
Arizona Mule Deer units south of the Grand Canyon hold some GREAT opportunity to hunt desert & rocky mountain mule deer without waiting decades, in fact some hunts can be drawn the first year you apply. If you hunt with US, trophy quality mule deer of 160-180 inches is extremely doable & occasionally, some of these areas will hold mule deer bucks in the 190 inch plus range!
Check-out the video below of EPO client/hunter, Ian Chappel, taking his first mule deer, while hunting with us in 2016!
Chris was a very lucky hunter to draw a 2016 Arizona Rifle Elk tag! Chris booked his elk hunt with us & came to Arizona wanting to better his biggest bull elk. On the second day of his Arizona elk hunt, Chris had the chance to take a big bull we called “SiX”.
Watch it now!