Arizona Hunting Club eCommerce Center
1. Please join the Arizona Hunting Club
All Arizona Hunting Club annual dues are used to support this website
and organize different hunting events.
Please support our group by purchasing a membership fee,
the hunting workbook or the fee-based hunting research reports.
At the present time, our main goal is to buy a hunting trailer
and outfit it with everything from camping gear to weapons and ammo
and hunting tools like tree stands, game cameras, etc. The purpose of
the hunting trailer is to be able to take groups of 12-20 people on
camping trips and teach them how to hunt.
Arizona Hunting Club 2010 Membership Fee
The membership fee helps pay for the Arizona Hunting Club's website and
some of the costs associated with our hunting workshops and scouting field trips.
Once you are a member, you are welcome to attend our campouts and learn where
to hunt many types of different animals in Arizona.
On these campouts/scouting trips, we would be glad to teach you in person
everything that we have written in the workbook. Consider it a hands-on how to
camp, scout and hunt workshop.
The cost of membership for 2010 is $99 and can be paid with any valid credit card.
Click here to join the Arizona Hunting Club 2010 and pay your annual dues:
2. Arizona Hunting Club Workbook
The Arizona Hunting Workbook is unlike any other hunting workbook that you
have seen before. Many hunting books tell you stories about how they learned to hunt with a
friend or relative. They are pretty good about giving you some general information
on what animals like to eat, where they like to bed down and what time of day is best
for hunting. But most of them never teach you how to actually find the big game animals
such as deer and elk.
The Arizona Hunting Workbook teaches you how to use a topographic map to locate
the three most important things in an animals life: food, water and bedding areas. Next,
the workbook teaches you how to examine the terrain, look at potential travel routes
and find good hunting spots known as benches, saddles, funnels and choke points,
which are the best spots to build a blind or setup a tree stand. Then the workbook teaches
you how record the GPS coordinates and store them as waypoints in a GPS unit.
The workbook teaches you how to use free satellite mapping
programs on the Internet that will allow you to scout or fly over any hunt unit
in Arizona using a satellite images. Using this information, the workbook teaches
you how to plan a scouting trip using these coordinates, satellite images and topographic
maps. It also shows you pictures of exactly how and what to scout for while
you're in the field, such as tracks, beds, scrapes/rubs, fresh scat, grazing signs, etc.
It is one of the best hunting resources you will ever read. The cost for the workbook is $50.
Click here to buy the Arizona Hunting Workbook for $50: