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  1. Whats a better way to blow your stimulus check than a new gun for your elk hunt? Selling JUST the gun with a 20 MOA rail, Timney trigger 1.7 lbs currently, Fluted barrel, Muzzle Break, have 100 rounds of brass. asking 1200$ but OPEN TO OFFERS! only reason I am selling is got a new build and cleaning out the safe with guns I dont need.. 100-120 rounds down the barrel! Call or Text Hunter @480-six eight eight- 87three8
  2. muley224

    5BS vs 5BN

    My son in- law drew a late Bull tag in 5B. Any thoughts on which is better for a first time tag holder? North or south? I have heard that you can get some really bad weather up there. He has a cabin at Happy Jack. Thanks.
  3. mrcommons

    The peaks tag

    Hi all - long time follower of the site, first time posting because I FINALLY drew an elk tag. I wanted an elk tag this year before my wife and I have kids so I put in for the peaks and 6A early season rifle bull. My credit card hit and I am 99% certain its the peaks. I am in very good shape however I know I will need to step up my workouts for this hunt. I usually OTC deer hunt in 7E so I know the neighboring terrain. I scouted it last year in late august. Saw more bulls than cows, saw a bachelor herd of rag horns with a respectable 6x6 and caught a beautiful 5x5 on game camera. My questions are: is there a recent burn area in the peaks? Does calling in early October work? I see the archery bull and the rifle cow will encompass their first 3 weeks and the neighboring unit 7E, will also have had their archery bull hunt in September as well. Will this drive the elk up the timberline 10-11k feet? I've watched all of Randy's videos on the hunt. Seems like a true old school hunt, no vehicle access, hiking in and out, which I love to do. I get the feeling that people who are desperate (including me) to get an elk tag put in for this unit but turn back when they actually see the work involved. Any advice or information will be awesome, I love hunting, dreamed of elk hunting with my dad since I was a young boy. Now I got the chance and would love to make it good, memorable hunt with him, and I'd appreciate any input. Thanks!
  4. SirRoyal

    TRAIL CAM BAN UPDATE 3/17/21

    The 1st attachment is a cover letter relaying a statement of an alliance of homegrown sportsmen here in Arizona The 2nd and 3rd attachment is our attorneys letter delivered 3/15/21 to the Governors office pertaining to the trail camera ban.
  5. Hey guys new here. I am in search of a used Optima v2 muzzle loader 50 caliber. Does anyone have one they are trying to sell by any chance? Thanks!!
  6. moorehunter86

    Not gov tag but OTC tag filled

    Not the gov. tag but filled the freezer early this year. Been blessed many years with the OTC tags when I don't draw one. Thankful to live where I can get out every year and try my luck. Have to love Arizona elk hunting.
  7. akuritone

    Oversized Cutting Boards

    These are very handy for keeping game clean(and your kitchen) while processing. They will easily fit a full elk quarter. This is the same material that the white cutting boards used in most homes are made from but are bigger and thicker. They are approximately 24" x 48"and are 5/8"-3/4" thick. They will last a lifetime. Makes an awesome bench top too. Easy on knife edges and easy to clean. These are remnants from large sheets. They've been cut on a table saw and have square corners, somewhat sharp edges, and somewhat rough edges. If it matters to you, sand it. $40.00 each. I have quite a few. I'm near Bass Pro. Jeff
  8. beercanfan

    Adult onset hunter, first Elk tag

    New to the forum and frankly, still new to hunting, 5 years of putting in for tags, Ive pulled a few Coues tags down in 35A (way out of my league, but enjoyed every minute of it) along with 4 years of whitetail hunting in Oklahoma, which as you know is nothing like hunting in the west. I pulled my first tag this year, 5A late season hunt and looking for some guidance. Fortunately, I am familiar with the area from many years of camping, but not sure where to begin with a tag in my pocket. So any advice for a novice hunter on a late season Elk hunt in 5A?
  9. Have several great recipes for Backstrap but not the inner loins. Don't wanna mess them up. Thanks.
  10. wildwoody

    Favorite Elk Broadheads

    So I've got 5 packs of Ulmars edge broadheads but thinking of using Rage extreme 4 blade for my elk hunt in September. If you don't mind would like to here everyone's input
  11. Pac8541

    McMillan G31 Heritage 300WM

    Selling a McMillan G31 Heritage long action chambered in 300WM. 26” blued barrel, checkered walnut stock, includes Talley 30mm rings and 2-piece bases. Excellent condition with only 3 minor wear marks (shown). Approx 500rds through the barrel, all factory standard pressure loads. All parts are as installed by the gunsmiths at McMillan. Fluted bolt, side-release bolt catch, hinged floorplate, recoil pad. Scope and leather sling in photos NOT included. $2800
  12. I am hunting Malay Jan 2020 without a guide. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  13. wildwoody

    Post up your success in tags

    I got 6a early archery bull. Gonna be a great year Who's next?
  14. GAME AND FISH NEWS Jan. 17, 2020 Reminder: Applications for 2020 pronghorn, elk hunts due soon Raptor capture seasons now included in latest draw process PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) reminds hunters that the deadline to apply for 2020 hunt permit-tags issued through the draw process for pronghorn and elk is right around the corner. To apply, visit www.azgfd.gov and click on “Apply for a Draw.” For an overview of the application service, including license requirements, applying for bonus points and payment information, see Page 10 of the “2020 Pronghorn, Elk and Raptor Capture Hunt Draw Information” booklet. Printed booklets are available at all department offices and license dealers statewide. Attention falconers: Raptor capture seasons are included in this booklet. A valid hunting or hunt and fish combination license, along with a sport falconry license, are needed when applying for a hunt permit-tag. For more information, see Page 38. All applications must be received by AZGFD no later than 11:59 p.m. (Arizona time) Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020. All applicants are encouraged to purchase PointGuard, which allows hunters to surrender their hunt permit-tag(s) for any reason without losing their bonus points. Information: www.azgfd.gov/pointguard. AZGFD is standing by to assist applicants. All department offices are equipped with customer computers that can be accessed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Customer service representatives can be reached by calling (602) 942-3000.
  15. I'm heading-up either Weds evening or Thurs morning. Looking forward to hunting in the snow!! Be safe, everyone!! S.
  16. mrlykens

    NM 6A tag

    Hello, I've hunted for the past three years unsuccessfully. I'm (self-taught/Learning) and didn't grow up hunting nor knew anyone that really did. I'm not looking for secrets! I understand we are all out looking to come home with meat for the year. Will someone one be kind enough to point me the right direction in this unit. I'm not afraid to get off the road and hike. I'll take ANY tips, I'm not proud, just humbly learning. One step at a time. Thanks, Mark
  17. meat hunter

    New mexico GMU 12 Elk hunt

    All, First time ever drawing a elk tag. I drew a December cow tag in GMU 12 in western New Mexico. Does anyone have any tips or insight into what public land is best to hunt during that time frame. I have limited time to scout I will be out of the U.S until late November so my ability to scout is limited.
  18. Irish

    Dec Rifle Elk Unit 8

    Good morning everyone, I have drawn a late general bull elk tag in unit 8 and was wondering if anyone had any advice ? I know its a hard hunt in December, made harder by weather and pressure but just reaching out for any pointers that might improve my odds of taking a meat bull.
  19. Jacobsalmon

    3b sept archery

    Any tips for 3b archery in sept?
  20. 1. Penetration Capability: For an effective hunting experience, bone-crushing and penetration capacity are the most dependable factors for the broadheads. Hunting will be distressing without these 2 elements. For avoiding deflection, the “clean cuts” are definitely essential while shooting the target since you do not desire the bolt to jump out of the animal. 2. Flight Trajectory: No to mention, as described above the big blades are greatly affected by the wind so you must consider this before purchasing. If your nearly all shots are low range as much as 20 – 40 yards then they are not affected by the wind significantly. In that factor, Mechanical broadheads provide more straightness. At the time of spinning if the broadhead deflects then you could check out the alignment of broadheads or tune the blades by utilizing spin tester. 3. Sharpness Of The Blades: The term “Sharpness” in hunting explains the significance of itself. Not forgetting, you must ask these questions yourself before buying any heads are that: How long the integrity last? How merely may it be sharpened? Do blades remain razor-sharp after a number of shots? 4. The Blood Trails: The blood trails left behind can be the important consideration. The “fixed-blades” provide deep penetration however quite low blood trails and for sure, “mechanical blades” possess a huge benefit over the fixed blades. On the other hand, several fixed blades provide good outcomes in that factor. Judging by all these 4 factors, we have outlined a few of the great products. By determining your needs you can choose the Best Fixed Blade broadheads for elk which fit your needs more.
  21. I have a 2014 Polaris Ranger Crew EPS for sale. This vehicle has only 3310 miles and 330.2 hrs. It has a 3” lift and 28x10” tires on it. I have also added the Dragon fire Racing doors. It has full length rock sliders to protect the underside. It has (2)4” cube led lights and (1) 13” light bar on the front and (1) 6” light bar above the rear window. It has the full glass front windshield and the 1/2 poly front windshield, you can choose which one you want to use depending on the weather. The rear window is glass and is tinted. It also has the driver and passenger mirrors as well as a rear view mirror. It has a horn as well. The tires are the Tuska Terrabite tires 28x10” D.O.T approved and the wheels are the MSA M20’S. It has a full length tool box in the bed and is easily removed with the lock and ride connectors. All fluids have just been changed as well as the front and rear differential and transmission. I am asking $15,000 or Best Offer. Have title in hand. It’s street legal. Not looking for an trades.
  22. Well, now I've done it. I got drawn for mid-Oct cow elk tag. I'm looking to stock the freezer with some delicious meat. Now the problem is, I know almost nothing of the 7W GMU. I'm starting to dig through the maps but I was hoping that someone might be able to point me in the right direction. I'm not looking for people to give up their honey holes, but I would appreciate any help. Thanks
  23. BugleChaser

    Wife & I drew ML elk :)

    Most likely antlerless in 3B in October. I've spent a lot of time in 3A/3C, but this will be the first time in 3B. Figured we had to branch out a bit since it's getting so hard to draw anything in 3A/3C.
  24. creed

    2019 regs

    I must have a short memory but it seems like they reduced the archery antelope permits by quite a bit from previous years? https://s3.amazonaws.com/azgfd-portal-wordpress/azgfd.wp/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/27120936/2019-Pronghorn-Antelope-and-Elk-Regs_WEB.pdf
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