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  • grizz69
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    I was looking to get my number 1 goal off my bucket list and that is to hunt elk with traditional archery. I figure i should probably go with an outfitter for my first time.   Has anyone hunted with an outfitter (anywhere) that caters to traditional hunters?

  • rgrist
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    You may want to consider joining the Professional Bowhunters Society. A number of the members act as hosts each year on hunts in a several locations around the country. One of the hunts is in Wyoming and is catered to first time elk hunters only. There are also hog hunts in Georgia, Javelina and deer in Arizona, Javelina in Texas and probably some more that I’m not aware of. With the exception of hunting on private ranches, license and tags, there are no fees associated with the hunts.

  • grizz69
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    Thanks for the info. I will have to look into PBS.

  • Chris DunnChris Dunn
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    I am a licensed guide in AZ and a traditional bowhunter.  I prefer to guide traditional hunters.  I have lots of experience in an area that is relatively easy to draw for an Arizona elk hunt.

    • grizz69
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      Chris,

      What is the name of your outfitting business? Then i can look online and see what area’s you hunt in, draw odds, success rate, shot opportunity, and how much hunt would cost.

  • Raymond CoffmanRaymond Coffman
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    Hi Chris

    Hopefully grizz will respond to you. Or maybe some of the other members who want to hunt in AZ will contact you. What area of the state are you in — or do you guide all over?

    Scout aka Ray

  • richard roop
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    ?????????????

    Mayhap the Chupacabras got him. They’re vicious when they pack up in the high desert country.

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