Arizona is known for it’s large scoring pronghorn antelope but over the past 30 years human enchroachment, drought & predation have taken their toll on the over all herd. The now shrinking herd is at near RECORD lows & Arizona is offering just 378 General Pronghorn Antelope permits for the 2022 season.
In 2021 Dave Seno purchased one of Arizona’s Pronghorn Antelope Governor Tags for the 2020-21 season. His tag purchase funds went directly toward helping our pronghorn antelope populations that desperatly need all the help they can get.
We scouted all across the state & ultimately picked out a big buck we called V-man. This buck was the largest scoring buck we guided & found in 2021. We can’t thank Dave enough for his tag purchase & for hiring Team EPO to assist him on his hunt.
If you don’t have the funding to purchase a governor’s tag there are still two great ways you can apply for Arizona pronghorn hunts. You can apply for the state draw tags via the Arizona Pronghorn Draw & the Arizona Big Game Super Raffle.
Just like so many industries today, the guiding & outfitting world is a very competive market place. It’s very easy to get caught up in the hype & just go along with what all the others are publishing but as a professional guiding business we want to set a higher standard.
Outfitter logoed success images are being published daily & being marketed as a client’s success photos. It may seem innocent to some but it’s definetly unethical & possibly illegal to market friends & family photos as paying client success photos. With that stated, we want you to know that the grip-n-grin/trophy photos you see on our website & social media pages are 100% paying client images, unless other wise stated.
When you think of elk hunting, one immediatly dreams of a giant 6×6 bull elk. Big 6 point bull elk are the icon of the species & everyone in the elk hunting world puts them on a pedestal. When Jennifer Jones finally drew her early rifle bull elk tag, her & her husband (David) put in a ton of work with her .28 Nosler, in anticipation of settling the crosshairs on a giant bull.
After several days of elk hunting during a slow rut, we finally found the icon of elk. As light was fading we were able to close the distance & Jennifer put two great shots into the giant elk. It was an unreal moment for everyone to walk up to a truey rare 400″ 6×6 bull elk.
As mentioned above, Jennifer put many rounds thru her .28 Nosler prior to her hunt, she was prepared & ready to make long range elk hunting shots if needed. The hunting & shooting prepartion paid off as she was unbelievable under pressure. Jen was also using a prototype hunting bipod by Rok-Stedi Hunting Gear which allowed her to shoot this rutting giant elk from a seated position.