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Dave Brown Outfitters in Arizona #9071268 07/03/24 08:03 PM
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Anybody use them for quail hunting guide services in Arizona?



Re: Dave Brown Outfitters in Arizona [Re: 68rustbucket] #9072075 07/05/24 07:41 PM
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Go to the Upland Forum. I think a lot of people know him on there. I have never heard anything bad about him. I am pretty sure most all hunt public ground in AZ. I think he is around Pategonia, AZ

Re: Dave Brown Outfitters in Arizona [Re: 68rustbucket] #9072089 07/05/24 08:17 PM
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Got a link for the upland forum?



Re: Dave Brown Outfitters in Arizona [Re: tnduxcaller1] #9073120 07/08/24 02:07 PM
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Perhaps tnduxcaller1 is referring to Upland Journal Forum (uplandjournal.com) but I don't recall seeing much about him on that site...I have looked into him myself and was planning to use his services this year or next...but I have not seen any online reviews or spoken with anyone who has used him...I do believe he has access to private land...

Re: Dave Brown Outfitters in Arizona [Re: 68rustbucket] #9073528 07/09/24 10:13 AM
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Watch the monsoon rainfall over the next two months if you are wanting to chase mearns, that makes or breaks the season. Last year's mearns population was down (but the desert quail pop was up with good carryover), The National Weather Service is predicting a dryer than normal monsoon season (40% chance), so hope they are wrong

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Re: Dave Brown Outfitters in Arizona [Re: 68rustbucket] #9073586 07/09/24 01:13 PM
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Thanks for the info fellas!



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