Meet Our Guides

Bill Babiash

Outfitter/Guide

About

“I am a native to the Arizona desert and have been hunting for over 30 years. My dad taught me and I in turn taught my family. I have had a great deal of success when it comes to Coues White

tail, and many success stories helping family and friends. Throughout time I wanted more of a rush and in some way to get closer to the animals I have become so familiar with. This is when I decided to turn to archery hunting. I am a self taught archery hunter and started in 1996. Since then I have managed to harvest Coues, some very nice Mule Deer, Elk, Javelina as well as Turkey. Not only am I passionate about the sport, I love the challenge.”

 

John Bingham

Guide

About

I am a native Texan who has resided in Arizona for ten years. I am a lifelong hunter, fisherman and outdoors man. My first hunting experience was with my father when I was 8 years old. Since that time, I have harvested whitetail deer, and other assorted small and big game animals. I have hunted and guided in the rugged brush country of South Texas, the mesquite flats of Southern Arizona and the wide open vistas of Northern Arizona. My favorite method for taking game is by archery. Although this is my primary means of hunting, I’ve also been known to dust off the rifle and chase game with it also. My preferred tactic is to spot and stalk from a remote hillside or ridge. This method “evens the odds” and loans itself to my sense of adventure. Back-country backpack style hunts are one of my favorite hunting activities. I consider myself a very ethical hunter and I have passed on more than one shot because I didn’t feel that the moment or situation would make for an ethical take. I pride myself on my general ‘nice guy attitude” and my sense of humor. I always put my client’s needs first as I truly want them to have the hunt of a lifetime

 

JR Burns

Guide

About

Born and raised in Southern Arizona, I didn’t start bow hunting until my late 20’s. My passion is hunting Bull Elk in the high country, and pursuing the Grey Ghosts in southen Arizona, although I am never opposed to hunting javelina, turkey and fishing during the off season. My wife and I spend many weeks during the off season scouting for the upcoming season. I truly love the thrill of the hunt and showing our clients a hunt to remember for a lifetime.

 Brian Fisher

Guide

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I moved to Arizona in 1985, from Oregon, and fell in love with the desert. I am especially fond of hunting coues and have had some great success over the years. I love passing on our hunting heritage to the next generation. I also love introducing people to our way of hunting coues in the southwest, and watching them get hooked for life. I also spend a lot of my time running and hiking to stay mountain ready!