Conditions are looking good for the up and coming Arizona Quail Hunting Season.We are stoked.Our prediction based on observations and rain patters is Gambels and Scaled Quail numbers will be good ,Mearns Quail hunting will be spotty and fair in those spots.We are confident that those venturing south to Arizona will have good success harvesting the coveted Arizona Quail Slam.D.B.O. is actively accepting bookings but we have implemented a Covid 19 booking policy and are not taking deposits until we are sure that you are good to go.Contact Us to book your Arizona Quail Hunt today
Last Year Mark Peterson and his Father set out to hunt all the Upland Species in North America.We helped Mark out on The Desert Bird Front and he was able to shoot an Arizona Quail Slam.Mark owns World Trophy Adventures and you can book your Arizona Quail Hunt with them.
So far so good as we have received a lot of Winter rain.This should result in a better than normal bump for Gambels and Scaled Quail.Arizona Mearns Quail require Monsoon or Summer Rains to stimulate their reproductive cycle.Right Now its safe to say we will have better numbers of Scaled and Mearns Quail.Read our Reviews ,checkout our Arizona Quail Hunting Page for season Dates and Rates and please check back often.
The Arizona Quail Season has now ended and by all accounts it was decent.We saw a little bump in Desert Bird #’s and depending where you hunted Mearns seemed to be OK overall.The good news is that at time of writing its raining, and we had a lot of it this winter.Winter Rain in Arizona usually transpire to more Desert Quail, we are long overdue for a good bump in Gambels and Scaled Quail numbers and a lot of fingers are crossed that happens.Stay tuned Amigos and keep doing the Rain Dance!Check Out our El Coronado Lodge and Arizona Quail Hunting Pages.