Arizona Private Ranch Late Elk Hunt
These combined private ranches totaling 300 thousand acres are located in northwestern Arizona and have produced 18 bulls over 400 inches in the past 10 years. If you are currently sitting on 10 plus bonus points, this may be the archery or early rifle hunt you’ve been dreaming about. However, we also hunt these bulls in the late rifle season. While the hunting is naturally more difficult this time of year, enormous bulls can still be taken. Best of all, you can usually draw this late season tag in your first few years – hopefully the first or second time you apply! Just look at these monster bulls - all taken in the late season! The season dates occur mid-November through mid-December, giving you ample time to schedule this 7 day adventure. Your camp will consist of your own comfortable travel trailer and excellent meals are provided daily. Again, if you have years-worth of bonus points, that’s great – lets book a bugle hunt - but if your point accumulation is minimal and you are ready to hike, glass and hunt hard the late season rifle hunt on this incredible private ranch is more than adequate. They can definitely produce a bull 350 inches or larger, making this WTA TAGS’ #1 choice for late bull in Arizona.
Archery: September - any 7 days
Early Rifle: October – any 7 days
Late Rifle: mid-November to mid-December – any 7 days
1x1 guide service, accommodations, all meals trophy care and in-field transportation.
Getting there, gratuities, license and personal items.
Fly to Phoenix, AZ rent a car and drive to the ranch 3 hours northwest. Directions will be provided by outfitter.
Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost
$650 plus $160 AZ non-resident hunting License- Call WTA TAGS professional application service to sign up and start building your bonus points today 1-800-755-8247
Physical Requirement Level
Level 2 - These hunts are mostly conducted on private ranches. Species include mule deer, elk, antelope; additionally, some caribou and African plains game hunts. Moderate to light hiking each day in semi-mountainous terrain.