Mule Deer Hunts
Mule Deer-Arizona Strip and The Kaibab (Units 13A, 13B, 12AE, 12AW, 12B Rifle)
If you draw this tag you are truly blessed. You have one of the premier mule deer tags in the world. This hunt is scheduled during the peak of the rut. This hunt can be booked as 7 or 10 days. With your consent, your hunt may be filmed for the Best of the West TV show. Deer densities vary from year to year in each unit based on weather and the migration. At the end of the day, no other public land hunt in the U.S. offers a better chance at a 200 inch buck. Please contact us right away upon drawing any of these units.
Mule Deer (Units 13A, 13B Archery)
This hunt takes place in late August into September. You will be hunting older age class bucks in velvet. This hunt is a great hunt for the discriminate mule deer hunter as B and C and larger bucks are considered the “norm”. This hunt is primarily done over water with a fair amount of spot and stalk as well. We limit the number of hunters we take on this hunt. Opportunity rates on these hunts are over 90%.
Mule Deer (Statewide Except Units 13A, 13B, 12AE, 12AW, 12B)
Arizona has both Rocky Mountain and Sonoran mule deer subspecies. The northern half of the state is mostly “rockies” and generally speaking south of Maricopa County is Sonoran mule deer country. Many of these hunts have good draw odds when compared to the Arizona Strip or Kaibab and quality older age class deer are available with many "sleeper" units built in for higher quality bucks. These hunts take place in October or November and some December tags are now available. Opportunity rates on these hunts are typically 100%.
Mule Deer (New Mexico Private Land)
We have several landowner tags in a variety of units on private ground for trophy New Mexico mule deer. Contact us to see what hunts are available. Generally these hunts are sold out 6-12 months in advance.
Please contact us for pricing inquires.