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  1. Looking for qualified sales assistant with basic knowledge of archery mechanics for part time and potential full time position. Must have reasonable knowledge of archery, hunting or recreational. You will be asked to perform exceptional customer service with great attitude and respect to all customers and co workers. Even though its work, you will enjoy the relaxed, but productive work environment. Please contact Jesse at 520-747-3875 or stop by at Bull Basin Archery of Tucson.
  2. KingJeff187

    Usery Pass 3D league

    Anybody on here have any experience with the 3d league at Usery Pass? Looking for something to do to kill time in the off season.
  3. I'm selling my Archer Xtreme Carbon Carnivore sight in like-new condition. ASKING $120. This sight retails at $179 with 5 pins and I sent it to the factory to have the other 3 added. It's a great sight. Located in Tucson but I will ship it if necessary. You can see the product details here: http://archerxtreme.com/products/item/carbon-carnivore/
  4. hairdog

    bows for sale

    2013 mathews chill ,spot hog pin sight, whisker bisquit rest , like new , used very little hunting 650.00 sold 2014 mathews , chill x drop away rest, used for target only 650.00 bear grizly recurve like new 175.00 broke my arm cant shoot any more harry 480 695 7092 call anytime retired
  5. Hoyt Alphamax 32" Axle to Axle 60-70lb Limbs 28-30" Adjustable draw. Currently has number 2 mod on cams. Draw set at 28". Also have #3 mods, ideal for 29-30" Draw. Accessories: 7 Fletched Easton ACC arrows with 100 grain field points Fuse Arrow Quiver Trophy Ridge Fall away Arrow Rest. Peep You need to purchase a site separately and have the bow fitted and tuned to your size specifications at your local Archery Pro shop. The bow is a shooter!
  6. Earlier this year in July we attended the Arizona SCI banquet and were the lucky winning bidders on a coues deer hunt with Temo Paz, El Trofeo Outfitters in Sonora MX. Assured by El Trefeo’s representative, CW.com’s own Ernesto C, I was looking forward to this hunt. Because I wanted to use my bow, it was decided I would go down Mexico in December, before the rut, in hopes the bucks would be more easily patterned and still hitting their regular waterhole. Temo has various ranches throughout Sonora, the ranch we were going to hunt was about 5 hours from the border crossing at Douglas, just southwest of Sahuaripa. The ride there is always an adventure! We got our gear unloaded into a very comfortable ranch house and took off to go glass. Temo had several blinds set up on water with attractant and corn set out as well... Our first morning we were entertained by deer literally all day, does and upwards of 15+ young bucks. Day two was much of the same, plenty of young bucks milling around all day with several bedding down 15 yards from the blind. By day #3 I’m really getting an itchy trigger finger. My husband, Roger sat in the blind with me every day, he would remind me several times to hold out for a mature buck. Around 8am a good 4x4 comes off the hill behind my blind, I tell my husband I was going to take him. I expect him to hang around like all the others that have come by... I come to full draw, he sniffs around for 30 seconds but his vitals are blocked by a limb. I wait for him to step forward, instead he turns away and heads up the trail... no shot! I watch him go to the opposite side of the water tank 128 yards away and feed with some other deer. Around 1:30 I watch a two point chasing does, pushing them our way, trailing behind is the 4x4 from the morning. It seems like it takes forever, but finally the 4x4 steps out at 30 yards, I released my arrow and hear the familiar “shwack”. The buck jumped, bucked and took off on a sprint right in front of us and out of sight. Roger said heard him go down, I had so much adrenalin rushing through me I couldn’t hear anything but my heart pounding! We radioed Temo and told him we had a buck that was “muy enfermo” (very sick)! After a short tracking job we found my beautiful Sonoran Coues buck right where Roger heard him go down. I was certainly thrilled!! Thank you goes out to Bull Basin Archery in Flagstaff, the guys at the shop always make sure my equipment is spot on. A big thanks to Ernesto Cibrian for all your help with actually obtaining this hunt and setting up the logistics. As always thank you to the best hunting partner around... My husband Roger! Last but not least.... Thanks to El Trofeo Outfitting for a fantastic hunt. I saw more deer on this hunt than I have ever seen on any hunt. The accommodations were great, the food was absolutely amazing and abundant! We couldn’t have wished for better service... This is my 5th deer hunt in Mexico, I can honestly say Temo runs a first class outfit!!! I look forward to hunting with him and El Trofeo again.
  7. nooch2222

    Mathews creed xs

    Selling my Mathews creed xs. 28" draw length and 70lb draw weight. https://phoenix.craigslist.org/evl/spo/5275796150.html
  8. I have a few items that I am posting up for sale or possible trade. - UWS truck utility box/chest. 48" - SOLD - FoxPro Wildfire II e-caller. Just like new, in excellent condition. I bought this and took it out for only one stand and has been in safe. I have all original items it came with, box, manuals, remote, etc. $175 - Diamond Black Ice - SOLD - Bogen/Manfrotto Tripod, 3405B model with #390 head. - SOLD - Muzzy 3 blade 125gr Broadheads. All new, but no packaging. I am looking to trade for some 100gr muzzys or will consider other fixed blade BH's. I will update ad with pics and possibly more items asap! I will trade any of the above towards a pair of Vortex Vulture 15x56 binos or Yeti Ice Chest. I am located in Tucson and prefer a FTF meet up. Let me know if you have anything to offer. Thank you!!! - Vincent
  9. Coues assassin

    PSE Omen

    Looking to sell my PSE Omen Pro, this thing is sweet I just want to go a different route. Brand new orange strings put on by Bull basin Tucson only been pulled back about 50 times since new strings. Also has new custom orange kit to make everything match. Comes with everything in picture except the rest. Has Black Gold Ascent Ambush 4" dovetail 1pin slider, true glow stabilizer, Plano case custom cut to fit this bow. Bow also comes with 60lb limbs that are barely used and an extra set of cams for you long arm guys. The 70lb limbs and current cams have only been on the bow for about 8 months and they were ordered new from PSE. I have it set at 70lb 27.5" draw. This bow is fast I had it chrono at 308fps with heavy FMJ Arrows. Only thing I will sell separate is the sight. $450 Bare bow and case, $150 for the sight. Will sell as is full package for $575. Located in Tucson but I travel to Phoenix often and will entertain the idea of trades (not for another bow)
  10. jmwarren65

    January Archery Tips????

    I did some archery hunting 30 years ago and am getting back in to it this January with an OTC deer tag. I have the area located. It is in the junipers on the far north side of the Mogollon rim. Visibility is severely limited. I know where they water. Do I hunt the water hole in January or should I go looking for them? My plan is to be out there 5 to 7 days and I will be setting up a trail cam or two prior to the hunt. After reading through many of the mule deer posts on the forum, I've decided I will get Jim Heffelfinger's book Deer of the Southwest. Looks like it is a good source of info. And I will be contacting the wildlife manager for that unit. Are there any other resources I can look into for more info? Any recommendations from personal experience?
  11. AZHNTR67

    Beman Arrows and cases

    Up for sale: 2 arrow cases 15 total arrows Beman ICS Bowhunter 400 8.4 spi 6 of the arrows have new 100 grain Muzzy broadheads 5 of the arrows have new 75 grain Muzzy broadheads and the rest have practice tips Length is 27.5" (not including the nock or broadhead To me it looks as though these have never been shot! First $75 takes everything! Call or Text: 602-525-9988
  12. backwoodsjeeper

    Trail cam success

    Went up north this weekend to check on my 3 cameras and sure enough I got the same group of bulls on all 3 different cams... Even have a couple of bears showing up too. Here's a few pictures. Luckily they've been showing up everyday sometimes 3 times a day I have over 3500 pictures between the three cameras. Two of the locations are their daytime bedding areas.
  13. Hello! I am pretty new to the site and I have used a lot of the information found to help me in this years hunt. This is my first year archery mule deer hunting and I have had a rough time. Pre season scouting in my area went fairly well locating a couple bucks. At the last second I found out I needed surgery which sat me out for the beginning of the hunt. I have put in two days and I have located a buck, not sure if it is the same one from scouting but he is very similar. I have now glassed this deer in almost the same spot twice now and I am unsure of what to do now. I watched him bed down this morning in a very difficult place and it would not allow me a stalk until I found an alternative way to enter his area. So now I have this question for tomorrow mornings hunt. Should I go into that area where I have seen him multiple times and lay low hoping for his pattern to reuccor and get a shot. Or should I keep glassing and if he shows up again set up for a stalk using the new way I found in. This will be my last day to hunt and I only have the morning to do so(leaving for college). Any help would be appreciated and I hope I can get it done in the short time I have.
  14. I have a 2013 PSE Revenge that I am selling. It comes with: Apex Covert Single pin sight (all sight tapes available, interchangeable .010 and .019 pins, can be adjusted from green, red, and orange color pin) Trophy Taker drop away arrow rest Adjustable quiver NAP Apache 8 inch stabilizer Wrist sling It has only been shot a couple hundred times. Strings are brand new as well as the accessories. All the sight tapes are still good for the Covert sight. Revenge specs: Brace Height 6.25 " Axle to Axle Length 29.625 " Draw Length 24.5 " - 30 " Draw Weight 40 lbs - 70 lbs IBO Speed 332 fps - 340 fps Weight 4.1 lbs Let-Off 75% It's a great shooting bow. Price is OBO Contact Tye at (520)-224-4060 for more pictures
  15. Let me first start out by saying I know absolutely nothing about hunting big bears in AZ. I had one close encounter several years back where I talked to a rancher that had a really huge bear killing not only his calves but some of his cows, and when I finally got to see the bear that was doing the damage I passed over it thinking it was a big black cow bedded on the hillside. When I came back to it in the glass I was totally blown away. I dismissed it because I really didn't think we had bears big enough to be what I had just panned over. As I scrambled to the truck to get my gun and rangefinder, the bear ambled into an oak thicket and I never got a shot. We found that sow's paw prints on all the water in the area but never saw her again. Well, this last weekend I was out looking for some places to set up trail cameras down in the desert with my family and we found a pond with deer and bear tracks all around it. There was a set of bear tracks that literally dwarfed anything I've seen in AZ, and I have seen some really big ones on the San Carlos, and those of that bear that was so big I thought it had to be a cow laying on the hillside. Without pictures, it's hard to describe, but I wear a size 12 Danner and the back foot of this bear was a couple inches shorter and 2-3 inches wider than my foot. The front paws were easily 5.5 to 6 inches wide. There was a huge storm coming in as we found this pond, so we kind of hurried out, but I really want to put a camera up. Unfortunately, the tanks is #1 right off a pretty well used road and #2, no good trees at all to put a camera on. So, for you guys out there that know how to hunt big bears, what would you do? I'm thinking just get on higher ground and sit or do some calling. Not much water in this area, big, huge, extremely thick country so glassing isn't an option. We either have to call him or sit his water hole. How would you hunt him?
  16. I know this story is a little late in the year, but I thought I'd share it anyway! This is my second archery coues deer with my Mathews Jewel. I hunted for 8 long days in the best unit in the world (27) and bagged this boy all on my own. It was my first hunt that my dad let me do on my own! I loved the experience of it but it is definitely better to have someone experience it with you and share that story. Anyways, I made a perfect shot right through the lungs at 30 yds. He went maybe 40 yds before he dropped dead:) I shot him with a grim reaper broad head (as well as my 2014 buck) and I will never use any other broad head again! There amazing-in my personal opinion. Also, I don't care if any of you think he's "too small" because I love him and am very proud of him! Thanks for reading! Good hunting, Shelby Teel P.S. If anyone missed my 2014 buck it's on my page, check it out!
  17. huntin1005

    Badlands 2200 pack

    Selling my Badlands 2200 pack in Max-1. Pack is like new, no stains , all zippers work , no rips or tears, This pack has not been used much and is in very very good shape. Asking $ 230.00 for pack.I can be reached at 480-620-7325 or pm me. Thanks for looking .
  18. Hello, my dear friends husband recently passed and this is another item I am selling. It is gently used Hoyt Lazertec GTX. Draw length and all specs are shown in the one sticker. We could not find but a few arrows. Stand does NOT come with it. **RIGHT HANDED** **Because buying a used bow can be challenging I am willing to fully refund the money for 7 days after the sale incase you want to have it checked out. It is my understanding that the bow was used very little and never dry fired. I do not see anything bad upon inspection myself. First $275 cash takes her home. I live near Tatum and Jomax and work near the 101 and Chandler Blvd. Call or text me: Todd - 602-525-9988
  19. cohofishing

    Colorado Mule Deer

    Just found out I drew my first choice in Colorado. Looks like I will be hitting the high country with my bow this year. Can't wait. Anyone else going to Colorado for the early hunt? Brent
  20. Looking for a trade for hunting gear. Can put in cash if needed. Open to anything, really. Lots of elk game bags, tripod, GPS, a cheap trail camera, havalon knives, frame pack...I am fairly lean on hunting equipment and won't be using this target. The broadhead target itself has probably 15 shots into it total, in one use. This was back a few years ago, and I would assume someone else would benefit from its use.
  21. Fellow archery hunters, I need your expertise. So.... I went to the PSE Proshop in Tucson and shot three of their bows that fall in the $400-$700 range... 2015 PSE Premonition HD 70lb limbs (Smooth Draw, good valley, smooth release) I lived the idea of the short ATA for stand and blind mobility. 2015 PSE Source HD 70 lb limbs (Smoother draw, also good valley, same smooth release.) The longer Brace Height and longer ATA is a major plus. 2013 PSE Hammer 60 lb limbs. (Super smooth draw, but that may be because it was just set to 60 lbs, Same good valley and release) - basically same spec and performance as the source. Was a $750 bow in 2013, second fastest bow that year produced by PSE. I sort of ruled out the Premonition, the other two bows have longer ATA which equates to easier draw cycle and less chance of CAM jumping and, longer Brace Height equating to more forgiving shoot cycle. The other two bows are great bows with almost identical specs, the main difference is the EVO CAM on the Hammer and the HD CAM on the Source and about a $110 difference in price. What a hard decision... Any recommendations (WHY?) ?
  22. I have a bull tag in units 3a/3c this year and am debating on trying the Phat Head S.O.B 100 grain because of the amazing toughness of the Phat head blades and the extra cutting capacity. I wouldn't normally consider going with a mechanical for bull elk but this one seems to be as "fail safe" as they come and I am hoping the blades will fly like my field points. I was impressed by the youtube video in which they shot several mechanicals through metal barrels and most of the mechanical blew up or were severely damaged. I know the key is sharpness and placement and flight on each individual setup. I will be using an Elite Energy 35 set at 70 lbs and want something that is capable at longer ranges if needed. Only downside to these broadheads is price at $45 for 3!! But how often do you get a bull tag? Has anyone used this broadhead?
  23. So.... I went to the PSE Proshop in Tucson and shot three different bows... 2015 PSE Premonition HD 70lb limbs (Smooth Draw, good valley, smooth release) I lived the idea of the short ATA for stand and blind mobility. 2015 PSE Source HD 70 lb limbs (Smoother draw, also good valley, same smooth release.) The longer Brace Height and longer ATA is a major plus. 2013 PSE Hammer 60 lb limbs. (Super smooth draw, but that may be because it was just set to 60 lbs, Same good valley and release) - basically same spec and performance as the source. Was a $750 bow in 2013, second fastest bow that year produced by PSE. I sort of ruled out the Premonition, the other two bows have longer ATA which equates to easier draw cycle and less chance of CAM jumping and, longer Brace Height equating to more forgiving shoot cycle. The other two bows are great bows with almost identical specs, the main difference is the EVO CAM on the Hammer and the HD CAM on the Source and about a $110 difference in price. What a hard decision... Any recommendations (WHY?) ?
  24. 2009 Hoyt Kater 29in draw 80lbs limbs Comes with fuse stab, fuse 4 arrow 2 piece quiver, vapor trail V limb rest, trophy taker 3 pin sight $375 fully loaded or $300 Bare Trying this Again. Here it is Fully set up ready to go.
  25. millerpe1327

    Diamond Razor for sale

    Like New Diamond Razor for sale. Great bow for anyone, starter or avid archer. 45-60lb draw, give or take a few pounds. 24-30 inch draw length. Listed as a 308 fps bow. Asking $300. Comes with hand sling, 3 pin carolina archery sight, 2 piece quiver, stabilizer, string leeches and limbsavers. Text or call 623-695-8948 for pictures
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