Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About BowHuntAZ

  • Rank
    Advanced Member

Profile Information

  • Gender
  • Location
    Phoenix, AZ

Recent Profile Visitors

5,171 profile views
  1. Outdoorsmans Optics Hunter backpack for sale. I've had it a few years, has normal wear. All straps and zippers in good working shape, no tears in fabric. Some scratches on the plastic frame and very minor staining. Pack and frame only, does not come with the accesories shown in the pictures. I'll update with new pics once I take all my stuff off of it. Asking $300.00
  2. Correct me if I'm wrong but I am not aware of an upgrade on the EL glass. I thought they only changed the body and the glass remained the same. Exactly why it's priced where it is, a few hundred below retail, plus sales tax...
  3. I’m not sure the year of manufacture but they were won in the 2015 AZGFD super raffle. If someone can tell me how to read the serial number for a date code I could look into it but my guess would be 2015 or 14.
  4. BowHuntAZ

    Badlands waist pack

    Have you tried putting suspenders on it to help hold it up? I did that on a similar style pack years ago with some Carhartt suspenders. Made a big difference.
  5. Price reduced to $2,900
  6. These have never been registered with Swarovski so if you ever need to use the warranty there won't be any issues.
  7. BowHuntAZ

    Help Needed, Yuma Area Information

    I had that depredation tag not too long ago. I had local intel on where the deer have been hitting the ag fields but no deer found. The wildlife manager will stay in touch with you but information seemed to be untimely and did not help much. They'll send you lists of the landowners and / or lessees of the ag fields to contact. I talked to a few of them and got knowledge from them but still no deer found. The consensus I found out (too late) was that the recent rains we had just prior to my hunt starting had spread the deer out and off of the ag field areas. Notice we just got a good downpour throughout the state so it may not be good to take this tag unless you know where those deer go after it rains. I tried glassing all of the fields and even still hunting through the river bottoms and salt cedars. The only fresh sign I found was in those river bottoms in the thick salt cedars but still never saw a deer. They probably moved out into the surrounding desert. I had limited time so probably didn't give it all I could have. If you have a few days to put into it you may have better luck. If I remember right there were 8 or 10 of us with that doe tag but only 1 killed and that was in the same general area I was, the day before I could get down there. I imagine this hunt could go either way depending on feed and water in the area. Good luck to you if you decide to take the tag!
  8. BowHuntAZ

    Beautiful bobcat rug (done by Mark plunket)

    Haha those who know, know!