Arizona Antelope Hunts

(AZ Guide License-SP758745)

Our team is dedicated to finding the biggest Arizona antelope bucks for our clients, and we’re proud to say that the average buck we harvest is above the 82-inch Boone and Crockett minimum. Plus, we’ve even taken some huge Arizona antelope over the mythical 90″ mark, including a massive 93″+ GIANT! Our experienced Arizona antelope guides know their hunt units inside and out, and consistently produce trophy bucks regardless of season. We hunt both public and private land in Arizona with hunts taking place in August and September.
Arizona is represented very well in the record books and you’ll have the opportunity to look over a bunch of big Arizona bucks before deciding to pull the trigger. Because Arizona antelope generally live in open country, we ask that our clients stretch their shooting capabilities on the range before opening day to tip the odds in their favor in harvesting the antelope buck of their dreams.

Archery Antelope Hunts

Arizona’s archery antelope season typically runs from late August through the first week of September. The antelope are active and the rut could break open at any point, really heating up near the end of the hunt. Generally, our archery antelope clients sit pre-scouted ground blinds at a water source that big bucks have been frequenting. On occasion, spot and stalk will be utilized if requested, or to hunt bucks that aren’t susceptible to blind hunting.

Rifle and Muzzleloader Antelope Hunts

If you’re looking for a record book antelope, focus on drawing an Arizona rifle or muzzleloader tag. We’ve killed some tremendous bucks during these hunts, and chances are that we have a history with the bucks you’ll be hunting during your hunt. The antelope should be rutting pretty well during Arizona’s firearm season, and you’ll be glassing up bucks throughout the day as they search for and chase does. Arizona rifle antelope season generally runs throughout the middle of September.

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Veteran Owned and Operated

Dan Adler, Owner/Guide -Veteran USAF Officer and Command Pilot for the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office
Safari Club International - Arizona Chapter Hunter of the Year Many of our Guides are Veterans and First Responders.