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Coues Whitetail Deer

March 31, 2016
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The smallest huntable subspecies of the Eastern White-tailed Deer, the Coues deer call much of central and southeastern Arizona home, commonly regarded as the most prized and most challenging of deer species for North American trophy hunters. Aptly called the “Grey Ghost” Coues deer inhabit much of the same terrain as our black bear. Highly adapted desert dwellers Coues Whitetail bucks average only 100 pounds and exist in a range generally from 4000-7000 feet in elevation. Just like their larger, more widespread, eastern cousins Coues are wary animals, living in dense cover, and disappearing into the landscape within seconds.

Coues deer are highly sought after in Arizona, a rewarding and beautiful deer species, offering a challenge to any trophy deer hunter. CHASE’n the KING is experienced and highly dedicated to hunting these elusive deer and offers a trophy hunting experience. Arizona offers trophy Coues deer hunters many opportunities to harvest quality bucks. Over-The-Counter tags are available for archery seasons in August-September, December, and January throughout the state. Many of our units offer general season rifle tags with high draw odds, most of the southern Game Management Units are 100% draw rate, either through the annual deer draw application process or available through leftover tag applications. You can draw an Arizona Coues deer rifle tag for trophy producing units nearly every year. Leftover Coues tags are available every year for many of southern Arizona units. These leftover tags do not affect your bonus points in any way, allowing you to hunt our whitetail every year, without losing any of the points you have worked hard to build up over the years.

We hunt Coues in Central and Southern Arizona, a more physically demanding hunt than other deer species, we spend much of our time glassing with high quality optics from vantage points over vast areas. It is common to locate deer a mile or more away. Typically shots are taken from 200-300 yard although long-range capable guns are highly recommended for well-practiced hunters. Rifle hunts run in three timeframes, late October, early November, and December. For anyone looking to hunt this unique and challenging deer species in Arizona CHASEā€™N THE KING LLC is here to provide serious and discriminating trophy big game hunters with premium quality big game hunts.

For more information contact us at CHASENTHEKING@icloud.com or visit www.CHASENTHEKING.com.

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