Arizona Antelope Guides & Outfitters
Arizona Pronghorn Antelope Hunts
About Our Pronghorn Antelope Hunts
We are pleased to offer hunting for trophy Arizona pronghorn antelope. It is no secret that Arizona pronghorn antelope are managed for older-age-class bucks with good genetics. What it lacks in quantity, it makes up in quality. In Arizona hunters are limited into the field by a drawing process which eliminates over harvest. This, in effect, produces a trophy-class herd. That is why it is not uncommon to see a sixteen-inch or larger horn on an Arizona pronghorn within the quality units. A glance in the record books show that this state has produced some of the best antelope bucks in the world!
We hunt the open country and prairies of Central to Southern Arizona, so long distance shooting is a must. It is not uncommon to take rifle shots over 300 yards on antelope. We recommend a flat shooting rifle cartridge, a good high-power riflescope and a Harris mounted bipod. The spot and stalk hunting methods are mainly used for our rifle and muzzleloader hunts. Muzzleloaders should be Inline style with bipods and scopes.
Arizona 2020 Seasons: Sept. 4-13, 2020 for rifle and muzzleloader seasons.
ALL ARIZONA PRONGHORN HUNTING IS BY LOTTERY DRAWING. The State of Arizona does not participate in any kind of landowner tag program. There is no way around the drawing process. The drawing for AZ Pronghorn is from January through February. Interested AZ antelope hunters should contact us as soon as possible for license/tag application assistance and procedures. We will assist any hunters interested in booking with us.
If you are lucky enough to draw an Arizona pronghorn antelope tag in a quality unit, there is a good chance of getting a record-book head. The areas are scouted extensively by our professional antelope guides prior to the season.If you already drew an Arizona antelope tag and are interested in a hunt, give us a call or email. We hunt most of the quality Arizona pronghorn areas and know them well.
Arizona Pronghorn Tag fee: $565.00 (NonRes) or $103.00 (Res)
Arizona Hunting License fee: $160.00 (NonRes) or $37.00 (Res)
|Antelope Hunt Options||# Days||Rate|
|Antelope: 1 on 1||5||$3,500.00/person|
|Antelope: 2 on 1||5||$2,800.00/person|
Choose a "Hunter to Guide Ratio" of either 1-on-1 or 2-on-1. The 1 on 1 rate means one hunter per guide. The 2 on 1 rate means two hunters per guide. If choosing 2 on 1, you must bring the other hunter to share the guide with.
Description of Pronghorn Antelope Hunting Packages:
Pronghorn Antelope Hunts: Includes complimentary accommodations (tent camps or camp trailer where feasible), complimentary meals, transportation in field while hunting only, a guide, trophy prep, packing out animal, and up to 5 days of hunting. Choose a "Hunter to Guide Ratio" of either 1-on-1 or 2-on-1. The 1 on 1 rate means one hunter per guide. The 2 on 1 rate means two hunters per guide. If choosing 2 on 1, you must bring the other hunter to share the guide with.
Arrive to camp the day prior to hunting. Depart camp about noon on the last day of hunting.
A minimum 50% non-refundable deposit is required to book a hunt only after tags are drawn. The remaining balance is due at least 21 days prior to the hunt. We recommend cancellation insurance for all of our guests. Visit our policy page for more details.
Cost for licenses and tags, rental car, butchering, shipping or transporting of meat/hide, hotel stay before/after the hunt (if flying) are the hunter's responsibility. Gratuity for your guide is gladly accepted and is customary (15% is typical).
Non-Hunter Fee: Invite your partner as a non-hunter or observer while on your guided hunt for a fee of $750.00. Space is Limited. Based upon Availability.
Our Antelope Hunt Photos
Mike was guided by outfitter Pat Feldt when he took this incredibly freaky, once-in-a-lifetime 90" antelope buck! Video
Record book pronghorn antelope from Arizona. 83 inches!
Mike with an old, heavy-horned pronghorn buck. This buck's horns show many unique stickers.
Jack shot his beautiful antelope in central Arizona
Victor with a great pronghorn antelope
Claude with a long horned antelope buck