Arizona Hunting Club & Outdoor Adventure Group

Home   Sign Up   Hunting Workshops   Hunting Photo Albums   About Us   Hunting Calendar   Hunting Members   SiteMap  Press Room  

 

Arizona Antelope
Hunting Club
Arizona Hunting Club - Antelope Hunting in Arizona
Arizona Antelope
Hunting TV Channel

 

Arizona Coyote
Hunting Club
Arizona Hunting Club - Coyote Hunting in Arizona
Arizona Coyote
Hunting TV Channel

 

Arizona Deer
Hunting Club
Arizona Hunting Club - Deer Hunting in Arizona
Arizona Deer
Hunting TV Channel

 

Arizona Dove
Hunting Club
Arizona Hunting Club - Dove Hunting in Arizona
Arizona Dove
Hunting TV Channel

 

Arizona Duck
Hunting Club
Arizona Hunting Club - Duck Hunting in Arizona
Arizona Duck
Hunting TV Channel

 

Arizona Elk
Hunting Club
Arizona Hunting Club - Elk Hunting in Arizona
Arizona Elk
Hunting TV Channel

 

Arizona Javelina
Hunting Club
Arizona Hunting Club - Javelina Hunting in Arizona
Arizona Javelina
Hunting TV Channel

 

Arizona Pheasant
Hunting Club
Arizona Hunting Club - Pheasant Hunting in Arizona
Arizona Pheasant
Hunting TV Channel

 

Arizona Quail
Hunting Club
Arizona Hunting Club - Quail Hunting in Arizona
Arizona Quail
Hunting TV Channel

 

Arizona Turkey
Hunting Club
Arizona Hunting Club - Turkey Hunting in Arizona
Arizona Turkey
Hunting TV Channel

 


Deer and Elk Bait Photographs

There are two ways to hunt:

  1. Walk around in the woods all day making noise, laying down scent pushing the animals to other hunters.
  2. Building a secluded mud puddle, complete with a mineral salt rock and plenty of alfalfa hay pellets to munch on during their day bedding session

The best attractor by far is a mineral salt rock. Not a white cattle lick, but a mined salt rock that contains salt and a bunch of other minerals that deer and elk love to lick on.

In fact, as the salt melts into the ground with rain, they will continue to lick the dirt, which is saturated with salt, long after the salt lick is gone. In this picture you can see the hole that has been created by the animals licking a hole in the ground where the salt rock used to be.

Another great attractor is a secluded water puddle hidden in the trees which provides a little oasis of security when the hunting pressure gets heavy. In addition to drinking the water, they love mud puddles that double as a wallow.

Protected puddles of water in the shade are dynamite ambush spots

Mud puddles are great places to hang a tree stand. Just make sure you have clear shoot lanes if you are hunting with a bow.

In addition to mud puddles in a field, also hike down creek beds and look for puddles of water in the rock like this one.


Top Hunting Club Website Award

Copyright 2008 Arizona Hunting Club & Outdoor Adventure Group. All Rights Reserved.