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Arizona State Big Game Records

Lurking in those scenic canyons, desert bighorn sheep make a decent living here


Not surprisingly, Arizona is home to a number of desert-dwelling, record-book entries. From pronghorn to desert sheep to Coues’ deer and even a century-old jaguar. This is Grand Canyon country in the north and to the south, you find yourself in true organ pipe cactus territory. Pronghorn have a solid grip on the top 10 entries, but desert sheep reign supreme in Arizona record-book entries. This is Coues’ (pronounced cows) deer country, too, and both typical and non-typical categories show promise. The state is home to the number one typical elk that scores 442-5/8, and two other top 10 entries round out that category. 

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