Arizona big game hunting is considered by most to be the best in the world. Our Arizona elk hunts are no exception. Ridgeline Outfitters provides Arizona elk hunts throughout the state, including Arizona elk units 1, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 3C, 7W, 8, 9, 10, and 27. All of these units have the potential to produce magnum size bulls. Our Arizona guides are second to none; the intimate knowledge of the country we hunt is evident in the caliber of bulls that we harvest. The Arizona elk hunting that Ridgeline Outfitters conducts is split up between several different seasons. Regardless of what weapon sportsmen use, they will be in for a memorable and exciting hunting adventure.
The Arizona archery elk hunts start mid-September and run for 2 weeks - this season is similar statewide. Archery elk hunts can be very exciting with a lot of action. Spot and stalk, calling, and setting up on water holes are the norm for any Arizona elk hunt.
Our Arizona muzzleloader elk hunts take place in different units throughout the state. Occasionally, Arizona Game and Fish will switch hunts from one year to another. One year a particular unit may have an early Arizona rifle elk hunt and the next year it may have an early Arizona muzzleloader elk hunt.
These early-season Arizona elk hunts are normally action-packed with a lot of bugling and elk rutting behavior! On these particular hunts, a hunter may encounter numerous bulls over the 350 mark and possibly at the magical 400 mark.
Our Arizona late-season elk hunts are a great hunt for hunters that want to experience bachelor herds of bull elk. These hunts take place in late November or early December. Although these are a little tougher hunts, a trophy Arizona elk is definitely a likely possibility to harvest. Late-season Arizona elk hunts will take place in all the public land units that we hunt. Hunters can expect a lot of glassing and hiking large canyons in search of those big Arizona bulls.
Ridgeline Outfitters offers trophy elk hunts and other quality big game hunting in New Mexico.