Venku | Arizona Mountain Lion Hunt

Arizona Mountain Lion Hunt

Taylor, AZ

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Your Experience

MOUNTAIN LION


Mountain lion hunting is one of our specialties, in the snow or in the dirt. These hunts can be a very rigorous and challenging. Our team of dogs and guides will help you accomplish your dream of a Mountain lion on the wall in your man cave.


What To Expect For Your Hunt

Mountain lion hunts begin early September through the end of May and are six day hunts. If you are an Arizona Resident these can be broken up into a couple three days hunts to accommodate your work schedule. If necessary we may be able to extend your Hunt longer than six days as well but usually not necessary. Remember it is hunting not shopping.


Pricing is for 6-day guided hunts only. Lodging, meals, and transportation to the hunting area are the responsibility of the hunter. If you would like a fully outfitted hunt with transportation, meals, and lodging included that can be arranged for a daily fee.

What's Included

Hunting with Trained Hounds

Experienced Local Guide

Specialize in Hunting Trophy Lions

OTC Licenses Available

Your Host

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Come hunt Arizona with us. Our hunts will be a memory that will last for a lifetime. Our guides are experienced and passionate outdoorsman that will leave you feeling like more like a family member than a client. If you didn’t make the draw no worries! Arizona has many over the counter licensees for some species and many archery opportunities OTC as well.

Member since June 2021

Call Us

Come hunt Arizona with us. Our hunts will be a memory that will last for a lifetime. Our guides are experienced and passionate outdoorsman that will leave you feeling like more like a family member than a client. If you didn’t make the draw no worries! Arizona has many over the counter licensees for some species and many archery opportunities OTC as well.

Taylor, AZ

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Rules & Guidelines

Mountain Lion Special Regulations

A nonpermit-tag is required to hunt mountain lion in Arizona, you need a valid hunting license and a mountain lion tag. A mountain lion tag can be obtained from a license dealer. Purchase your AZ hunting license online

Bag limit – One mountain lion per calendar year.

Harvest thresholds – When the number of harvested mountain lions reaches the threshold, that zone closes to the additional harvest of mountain lions at sundown the Wednesday immediately following. Before each hunting trip, verify that the zone is still open.

View mountain lion harvest threshold information and zone status or call toll-free 877 438-0447.

Mandatory reporting – Report your mountain lion harvest information to the Arizona Game and Fish Department in person or by telephone at 877 438-044 within 48 hours of taking the mountain lion, or report online here.

You’ll need to report the following information: hunter’s name, hunting license number, tag number, sex of the mountain lion taken, management unit where the mountain lion was taken, and telephone number at which the hunter can be reached to obtain additional information.

Mandatory physical inspection – Present the mountain lion’s skull and hide with attached proof of sex to a designated Arizona Game and Fish Department employee for inspection within 10 days of taking the mountain lion.


Check In:

08:00 PM

Check Out:

04:00 PM

Mountain Lion Special Regulations

A nonpermit-tag is required to hunt mountain lion in Arizona, you need a valid hunting license and a mountain lion tag. A mountain lion tag can be obtained from a license dealer. Purchase your AZ hunting license online

Bag limit – One mountain lion per calendar year.

Harvest thresholds – When the number of harvested mountain lions reaches the threshold, that zone closes to the additional harvest of mountain lions at sundown the Wednesday immediately following. Before each hunting trip, verify that the zone is still open.

View mountain lion harvest threshold information and zone status or call toll-free 877 438-0447.

Mandatory reporting – Report your mountain lion harvest information to the Arizona Game and Fish Department in person or by telephone at 877 438-044 within 48 hours of taking the mountain lion, or report online here.

You’ll need to report the following information: hunter’s name, hunting license number, tag number, sex of the mountain lion taken, management unit where the mountain lion was taken, and telephone number at which the hunter can be reached to obtain additional information.

Mandatory physical inspection – Present the mountain lion’s skull and hide with attached proof of sex to a designated Arizona Game and Fish Department employee for inspection within 10 days of taking the mountain lion.


Check In:

08:00 PM

Check Out:

04:00 PM

Additional Costs

  • Meals, Lodging and Transportation

    $220.00

What to Bring

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Personal Hunting Gear
  • Sturdy Shoes be prepared for lots of walking
  • Required Arizona Hunting License / Tags
  • Personal Gear / Toiletries

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