Arizona Guided Predator Hunting
Coyotes, Gray Fox, Bobcats
Predator Hunt Basics
Daily predator hunts for coyote, gray foxes, and bobcats
Master Predator Guide, Eliot Anderson, conducts hunts near the Tucson area during the months of October through March. Predator hunting uses the calling method to coax the animal into shooting range. The typical predatory animals that respond to the call are coyotes, gray foxes and bobcats. Hunters can choose to book one day or up to three consecutive days of predator hunting. Non-resident hunters must provide their own stay at a nearby hotel and provide their own meals. Hunters can be picked up daily for a ride into the field. Recommendations of the most feasible hotels to stay will be given prior to arrival. A typical day hunt starts prior to sunrise and ends at sunset.
The Rate is $350.00/person/day. An additional person is $200.00/day.
Hunters must purchase an Arizona hunting license prior to meeting. Other basic items to bring: weapon, ammo, camo clothing, face mask, gloves, boots, seat cushion, camera, and a packed lunch. Gratuity for your guide is gladly accepted (15% is customary).
Predator Hunt Photos
Meet the predator guide Eliot. Two nice bobcats and a coyote.
If you are interested in certain dates, Contact Us and let us know your availability.