GUIDED BUFFALO HUNTS IN ARIZONA AND MEXICO
Come enjoy pursuing these majestic creatures in the Sonoran desert landscape which is one of the only places where you will have a chance to shoot a Buffalo in this unique setting. The herd consists of over 100 buffalo currently and are managed as a free range herd. This once in a lifetime hunt takes place on a beautiful ranch in Sonora, Mexico. Our hunts are generally 5 days 7 including travel days to and from Tucson, Arizona.
These hunts include all the permits needed to get the firearms across the border as well as the proper paperwork to import your trophy back into the US. Travel to and from the ranch is included as well is all food and water for the duration of the hunt.
WHAT SHOULD YOU EXPECT?
Every hunt we offer will be fully outfitted for the duration of the hunt (typically up to 5 days and 1 day of travel). The guide(s), food, lodging, and transportation will be included. You can either provide your own firearm or other legal means of harvest or use one of ours and possess a valid hunting license and tag for the given unit and dates. Arizona and Mexico have different regulations which we would be happy to educate you on if needed. We can help with the Arizona draw system and provide the tags, weapons permits, and export permits needed while hunting Sonora Mexico.
ABOUT MESQUITE MOUNTAIN OUTFITTERS
Mesquite Mountain Outfitters is a fully outfitted guiding service who specializes in hunts for various species all across Arizona and Sonora Mexico. We have 30+ combined years of experience in the field scouting and successfully harvesting just about every species currently offered in the regulations. Hunting is not only our passion but it is also our way of life.
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LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BUFFALO
Buffalo (American Bison) is the largest land mammal in North America. It is also the national mammal of the United States. These majestic animals have been roaming the earth for millions of years. They were once brought to the edge of extinction by a combination of commercial hunting and slaughter in the 19th century and introduction of bovine diseases from domestic cattle. Their numbers have since increased thanks to conservation efforts. While it takes a very long time to draw a tag in Arizona we have a large herd located in Sonora Mexico that we often guide clients on.