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White tail deer in Arizona deserts

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Just now, creed said:

They are in 39 and 17A

I was just talking to Marvin AKA stickflicker, a couple days ago about this antler I found in unit 17a on Juniper mesa 17-18 years ago.  I have never actually seen a WT there but I know they are there.

17a juniper mesa coues.jpg

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46 minutes ago, trphyhntr said:

In 39!? Incredible. 

No more incredible than Elk in Parker.

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9 minutes ago, trphyhntr said:

Or elk at picacho peak 

Or pulled from a canal in Weldon.

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12 minutes ago, elkaholic said:

There's elk at horseshoe lake

East or westside 

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3 hours ago, krp said:

Killed my first Coues about 40 years ago at 2500ft elevation in a drainage that fed into the Verde river below Bartlett. Seen coues bucks from the pavement going to canyon lake in summer 20 years ago. Killed a coues close to the water at Apache lake 10 years ago. 

They have been in low elevations for a long time now.

Kent

Sounds like my first archery coues deer

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32 minutes ago, JACK said:

East or westside 

Can't they just step across it?

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1 hour ago, Edge said:

Or pulled from a canal in Weldon.

Yep just outside of Yuma  at Tacna and wellton

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8 hours ago, Firewater Forge said:

Many decades ago I used to see a lot of mule deer in the hunt unit north of Williams. Not so anymore. I thought disease wiped them out.

Unit 10?  Tons of mulies in there. 

Now I am wondering if there is a troll around.

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