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Arizona Guided Coues Deer Hunts

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The Arizona Coues Deer Hunt is one of the most over looked hunts in the west, with opportunities at trophy caliber bucks ranging from 90-105 B&C on average, with some bucks harvested exceeding 110+ B&C. Arizona Rifle Coues Deer Tags are not difficult to draw in AZ. The guided hunts begin the last week of October running through the end of December. Let us help you obtain a tag through our application assistance program. 

Early Season Archery OTC  hunts begin the last week of August through Mid September annually. Bucks are in bachelor groups with 3-5 bucks running together in a group. Spot and Stalk or Sitting on patterned bucks to water sources and slat licks are commonly used as a strategy. The patterned bucks are captured on our Stealth Trail Cams with allows us to put together the best game plan for your hunt. We also offer late season Archery OTC Hunts in the RUT! Thus hunt starts Mid December running through the end of January. 

With Archery OTC Hunts, the archery shots vary based on the archers skill set. Typically in the west archery shots range average 50 yards. Archers need to be efficient with their archery skills but in today's archery equipment and technology, make hunters are capable of making shots over 50 yards. The bottom line is simple, the guides at Big Chino Outfitters will show you bucks, and will work as a team to develop the best hunt strategy for your hunt based on your skill set. Thus could be a spot and talk oral sitting situation. You can expect to make one stalk per day an a trophy caliber buck. 

Book Your Coues Deer Hunt

Hunters Checklist

Hunters Checklist


  • Airfare to Phoenix or Flagstaff
  • Ground shuttle from Phoenix to Prescott (book round trip) Groome Shuttle 928-442-1000
  • Rental Car or Transportation to Camp or designated Hunt Area


Bow - 2 dozen arrows - 6 practice arrows - hard case - soft case - bow harness – don’t forget your release!


Weapon - 2-3 Boxes of Ammunition- ML 20 Bullets Sabots - Pellets - Bullet Starter - seating Rod - Rifle Case both Hard and Soft.


  • Binoculars 15's recommended 12's or 10's minimum power
  • Spotting scope 20 x 60
  • Leopold - Swarosvski
  • Tri Pod System with Pistol Grip and Panning Attachment
  • Range Finder
  • Bino Bivy



  • Consider lightweight GTX style with supported arch 3⁄4” high
  • Han Wag Boots
  • Camp shoes/Tennis shoes/Crocs
  • Snow Packs, if snow is possible
  • 4 pairs Merino wool socks “Darn Tough””Han Wag” recommended

Personal Gear:

  • Sleeping bag lightweight 15 degree bag for late season and a light weight pad
  • Camp clothes
  • Medications
  • Toiletries
  • Personal snacks
  • Adult beverages can be purchased upon arrival. Big Chino does not provided any alcoholic beverages for clients. Upon request, a beverage stop can be made on the way to camp.


  • 2 sets Sub layers
  • Lightweight for Early Season
  • Camo Patterns and Recommended Gear

      Late Season System Recommended Sub Alpine Camo

  • 10021 - Core Merino Boxer
  • 10033 - Core Light Weight Long Sleeve
  • 10041 - Core Heavy Weight Bottom
  • 10040 - Core Heavy Weight Hoody
  • 50032 - Jetstream Jacket
  • 50113 - Timberline Pants
  • 3055 - Kelvin Active Jacket
  • 30053 - Kelvin Down Hoody
  • 30031 - Kelvin Lite Pants
  • 30044 - Kelvin Lite Vest
  • 50067 - Stormfront Jacket
  • 50068 - Stormfront Pant
  • 90189 - Stormfront Cap
  • 90077 - Blizzard Beanie
  • 90150 - Coldfront Glove
  • 90177 - Traverse Glove
  • 90023 - Stormfront Gaiter
  • 90164 - Stealth Belt or 90155 - Bomber Belt
  • 90096 - Core Heavy Weight Balaclava
  • 40054 - Bino Bivy 8x-10x
  • 40055 - Bivy 30 Pack
  • 50093 - Ballistic Vest and Beanie