To order any of the books, send check or money order to:

Duwane Adams
204 Avenue B
San Manuel, AZ 85631

Hunting Monster Mule Deer in Arizona’s Kaibab Region
(100 photos of huge bucks)
$23.95 plus $4.00 for S&H

The opportunity to take the muledeer buck of a lifetime is waiting in Arizona’s northern Kaibab region.  Drawing a hunt permit-tag, knowing-where-to-go, and how-to put one of those monster mule deer in your sights, however, isn’t as easy as it would first appear.  Veteran Kaibab hunting guide, Duwane Adams, and seasoned outdoor writer, Durwood Hollis, have teamed up to write the quintessential Kaibab mule deer hunting book.

Within the pages of this new publication, aptly named Hunting Monster Mule Deer in Arizona’s Kaibab Region, you find all of the what, when, where and how-to of this remote mule deer haven.  Information about hunt permit-tag drawing odds, what units to apply for, and how-to secure one of the coveted licenses is all recounted in great detail.  Likewise, there’s plenty to read about appropriate centerfire rifle cartridges, blackpowder hunting and valuable information for the bowhunter.

In this book, there’s an abundance of material on hunting clothing, field dressing, skinnnig, meat care and game transport.  You’ll read about how-to prepare for the hunt, sight-in your rifle, and put your bullet or broadhead where of counts.  There’s even a valuable resource guide that provides useful addresses, telephone numbers and web domain information that every prospective Kaibab deer hunter needs.

Nothing can guarantee that you’ll draw a Kaibab permit-tag.  Poring over the pages of this book, however, can definitely tilt the odds of success in your favor.  Just looking at the nearly 100 photos of huge bucks is more than enough to get any serious hunter in a sweat.  Contained within these pages is a treasure trove of information, not only about hunting the Kaibab, but also applicable to deer hunting in any venue.  Let this book be your guide to success.  You’ll be glad you did!

  • 100 pictures with ten bucks over 200 inches
  • All of the bucks were taken on public land, the book will help beginners and veteran hunters all over the west.
  • How to find big muledeer anywhere in the west.
  • Finding the best type of binoculars is very important.
  • An entire chapter of how to find muledeer while bedded.
  • How to look in the morning is much different than glassing in the evening.
  • There are six articles each from six different hunting guides all about finding trophy animals.
  • How to develop a cognitive grid is very important to learn on all big game glassing.
  • How to close the gap and how to stalk.
  • There is an abundance of material on proper clothing, field dressing, and meat care.
  • There are telephone numbers and web domain contacts that every perspective Kaibab hunter will use.
  • A guide to black powder hunting, and hunting trophy animal via bow.


How to Hunt Coues Deer
$23.95 plus $4.00 for S&H

Chapter One

  1. Range how far a big buck will move
  2. Physical traits
  3. Four different sheds found from 1991-1997 all from same buck, scoring over 110
  4. Photos showing the many different types of food Whitetail consume. Such as Cholla, Stag horn, Skunk brush, Ocotillo, Evergreen Sumac, Scrub oak, Barrel Cactus, Mesquite, Holly leaf, and Buckhorn
  5. What to do during a drought?
  6. Predators- Page 18 Photo of 110 buck, victim of a mountain lion

Chapter Two

  1. Where to hunt in all units of Arizona. Including Roads, mountains, and canyons?
  2. 6A, 6B, 21, 22, 23, 24A, 24B, 27, 28, 29, 30A, 30B, 31, 32, 33, 34, 34B, 35A, 35B, 36A, 36B, 36C.
  3. Indian reservations A,B,C,D (San Carlos)
  4. New Mexico, 23, 16A, 16B, 27
  5. Top hunting areas in Arizona

Chapter Three

  1. Rifles & Calibers
  2. Lazzeroni Arms –Rifle is dead on @ 300 yds. and will drop eight inches @ 500
  3. What Bullets to use?
  4. Which scopes to use?
  5. Which is the best Snipe Pod?

To order any of the books, send check or money order to:

Duwane Adams
204 Avenue B
San Manuel, AZ 85631