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Offline HoopsNHorns

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Re: Arizona Sheep and Deer
« Reply #15 on: July 06, 2022, 07:49:58 AM »
As expected, zilch

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Re: Arizona Sheep and Deer
« Reply #16 on: July 06, 2022, 09:31:01 AM »
I messed up my application and put in for 6B Mule Deer, Rifle... and drew.  I actually didn't really want to burn 7 points on this.  I had copied over from a previous year at the 11th hour and this is what I get.

Anyone know about deer hunting directly to the west of Sedona... for Mule Deer (not Coues).

Nov 4-10; Rifle Mule Deer Buck Only.

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Re: Arizona Sheep and Deer
« Reply #17 on: July 06, 2022, 02:08:40 PM »
First time I put in for Arizona.  With no points, obviously no sheep tag for me, but I did draw the November 4-10th hunt for Coues in 24B!  I was planning on packing into the Susperstition Wilderness off the Rogerís Trough trailhead, but when I tried to drive in last winter, I holed a tire in the rocks on my son-in-lawís truck and didnít make it all the way in.  Do any of you guys have any intel on a better way into the wilderness.  Iíll have to try it again in my RAV4, but Iím suspect of the road again after some heavy rains! 

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Re: Arizona Sheep and Deer
« Reply #18 on: July 06, 2022, 02:22:45 PM »
First time I put in for Arizona.  With no points, obviously no sheep tag for me, but I did draw the November 4-10th hunt for Coues in 24B!  I was planning on packing into the Susperstition Wilderness off the Rogerís Trough trailhead, but when I tried to drive in last winter, I holed a tire in the rocks on my son-in-lawís truck and didnít make it all the way in.  Do any of you guys have any intel on a better way into the wilderness.  Iíll have to try it again in my RAV4, but Iím suspect of the road again after some heavy rains!

That's awesome, I have some friends who have done that hunt a few times.  We've always talked about going back but haven't pulled the trigger yet.  I'll ask and see if I can get some intel on access points.  Pretty limited obviously being Wilderness and all. 

 


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