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Game Management Unit 12A

Game Management Unit 12A

Elevations vary from 3,000' to more than 9,200', with a large plateau, the Kaibab, comprising a majority of the unit. The Kaibab Plateau ranges from 6,000' to 9,200'; vegetation consists of ponderosa pine, mixed conifer, and aspen.

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Game Management Unit 13B

Game Management Unit 13B

The terrain in this unit could generally be described as plateau/canyon country. The elevation in this area ranges from approximately 1,490' near Lake Mead to more than 8,000' in the Virgin Mountains.

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Game Management Unit 16A

Game Management Unit 16A

Anyone drawing a 16A elk tag should be prepared to work hard on both scouting and hunting trips. This unit is not known for producing large bulls, though elk in the 300-inch or larger range are occasionally taken.

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Game Management Unit 12B

Game Management Unit 12B

The majority of the unit is public land administered by the Bureau of Land Management

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Game Management Unit 31

Game Management Unit 31

Elk hunting in this unit can be extremely difficult due to the terrain.

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Game Management Unit 22

Game Management Unit 22

hunter success will increase with time spent glassing. A good pair of binoculars and spotting scope will improve the chance of taking a trophy bull.

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Game Management Unit 28

Game Management Unit 28

The unit's terrain is very rocky with rugged mountains. The elevation in this area ranges from 3,000' to 7,000'; vegetation ranges from riparian cottonwood-willow and salt cedar along the Gila River, to Chihuahuan Desert in the lower elevations a...

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Game Management Unit 1

Game Management Unit 1

Areas for hunting elk in this unit vary according to the time period in which the hunt occurs.

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Game Management Unit 13A

Game Management Unit 13A

The elevation in this area ranges from approximately 1,650' on the plateau region to 8,028' on Mount Trumbull. The vegetation in this area ranges from Great Basin desert scrub and desert grassland to pinyon-juniper and pine-oak woodlands.

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Game Management Unit 23

Game Management Unit 23

Elk will be found from the Mogollon Rim south to Parker Creek. This is a large area, so scouting will be beneficial.

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Game Management Unit 32

Game Management Unit 32

There are very few elk in this unit. Actually, n reports of elk have been reported in these areas or in the unit for the last couple of years.

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Game Management Unit 21

Game Management Unit 21

Elk are primarily found along the Black Hills that make up the Verde Rim from I-17 to the Bloody Basin road. Forest road 732 accesses the area around Squaw Peak. Forest road 68G accesses Tule Mesa, and forest road 68 access the Pine Mountain Wilderness

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Game Management Unit 19A

Game Management Unit 19A

Check stock tanks for elk use (tracks) prior to the season. Areas of elk concentrations change somewhat year-to-year, depending on localized summer rainfall filling stock tanks and greening up vegetation.

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Game Management Unit 4A

Game Management Unit 4A

The majority of elk in this unit are located on National Forest lands in the southern part of the unit. Elk summer in the higher elevations, and as snow depths increase, they move north to lower elevations. Sometimes the November and December hunts can be

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Game Management Unit 5A

Game Management Unit 5A

Elk occur throughout unit from high elevation mixed conifer near the Mogollon Rim to the Sunset Mountains just south of Winslow.

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Game Management Unit 27

Game Management Unit 27

Northern half of the unit is ponderosa pine and mixed conifer forest, rolling hills, and high mountains. Elevations range from 6,500′-9,000′. Southern half of unit is south of Mogollon Rim and has some ponderosa pine forests in the higher elevatio...

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Game Management Unit 6A

Game Management Unit 6A

Approximately 20% of Arizona's elk hunting opportunity is found in this unit. Older age "mature" bulls are taken on a regular basis.

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Game Management Unit 6A

Game Management Unit 6A

Approximately 20% of Arizona's elk hunting opportunity is found in this unit. Older age "mature" bulls are taken on a regular basis.

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Game Management Unit 5B

Game Management Unit 5B

Elk use open grasslands and sparsely forested areas more than most people think, and since these areas usually have fewer roads it is much easier to escape hunting pressure in these areas.

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Game Management Unit 6A

Game Management Unit 6A

Approximately 20% of Arizona's elk hunting opportunity is found in this unit. Older age "mature" bulls are taken on a regular basis.

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