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Game Management Unit 12A

Game Management Unit 12A

Home to the world famous for the Kaibab deer herd, is also home to one of the premier turkey populations in the state of Arizona.

75 /100
Game Management Unit 7

Game Management Unit 7

Most gobblers will be found around the three prominent mountains in the unit—Sitgreaves Mountain, Kendrick Mountain, and the San Francisco Peaks.

70 /100
Game Management Unit 9

Game Management Unit 9

During the spring hunts, hunters should look for the greenest areas amongst the ponderosa pine habitats, as turkeys will slowly move to the high country, somewhat following the green-up.

69 /100
Game Management Unit 6B

Game Management Unit 6B

The unit offers a diversity of access opportunities. Sycamore Canyon Wilderness and Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness both contain turkey habitat available by hiking or horseback.

68 /100
Game Management Unit 6B

Game Management Unit 6B

The unit offers a diversity of access opportunities. Sycamore Canyon Wilderness and Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness both contain turkey habitat available by hiking or horseback.

68 /100
Game Management Unit 13A

Game Management Unit 13A

The ponderosa pine/oak woodlands in the vicinity of Mt. Trumbull, Mt. Logan, Slide Mountain and the Sawmill Mountains (including Death Valley area) all contain turkey populations.

68 /100
Game Management Unit 31

Game Management Unit 31

Terrain varies from the gradually sloping valleys of the Gila River to the steep, rocky slopes and rugged canyons of the Pinaleno and Santa Teresa mountains. The elevation in this area ranges from 2,800' in the Gila valley to 10,700' on the Pinal...

68 /100
Game Management Unit 6B

Game Management Unit 6B

The unit offers a diversity of access opportunities. Sycamore Canyon Wilderness and Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness both contain turkey habitat available by hiking or horseback.

68 /100
Game Management Unit 6B

Game Management Unit 6B

The unit offers a diversity of access opportunities. Sycamore Canyon Wilderness and Red Rock Secret Mountain Wilderness both contain turkey habitat available by hiking or horseback.

68 /100
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...

67 /100
Game Management Unit 5B

Game Management Unit 5B

This unit has a moderate turkey population concentrated mostly in the southern portion of the unit.

66 /100
Game Management Unit 19A

Game Management Unit 19A

66 /100
Game Management Unit 20A

Game Management Unit 20A

Big Bug Mesa, Spruce Mountain, and Mount Union are good areas to check. The Thumb Butte area, Groom Creek and Turkey Creek area also hold birds.

66 /100
Game Management Unit 23

Game Management Unit 23

Turkey are found primarily in the pine, pine/oak, mixed conifer, and riparian areas of the unit.

66 /100
Game Management Unit 22

Game Management Unit 22

The majority of the turkeys in the unit will be found around the edge of the Dude Burn, especially the area north of Tonto Village (Turkey Ridge).

65 /100
Game Management Unit 29

Game Management Unit 29

Chihuahuan Desert to spruce/fir forest. The elevation in this area ranges from 3,500' to 9,780'.

65 /100
Game Management Unit 1

Game Management Unit 1

For the spring hunt, try Escudilla Mountain, Black River area, Kettle Holes, Wildcat Creek, Boggy Creek, and Centerfire Creek for starters.

65 /100
Game Management Unit 3C

Game Management Unit 3C

Hunters should concentrate south of Hwy 260. There are some turkeys north of the highway, but there are far more birds to the south.

65 /100
Game Management Unit 6A

Game Management Unit 6A

64 /100
Game Management Unit 6A

Game Management Unit 6A

64 /100
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