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Arizona Hunt Unit 5A Map; by ADVENTURE iDIAZ

  • 36" x 43" - Unfolded
  • 4.50" x 10.25" - Folded

Arizona Hunt Unit 04A Map


    • 1:100,000 Scale - Detailed Topographic Map
    • Multi-Sourced Road Names - Adventure Trails, 4 x 4 and Light Duty Roads
    • Water Resistant - Tear Resistant, Durable Polypropylene
    • Exceptional Design - Beautiful, High Quality Color & Detail
    • Compact & Field Ready - Easy To Ready And Follow
    • Extensive Water Source Icons - Clearly Marked Water Tanks & Spring Symbols
    • 36" x 43" - Unfolded / 4.50" x 10.25" - Folded





    Arizona Hunt Unit 4A (Map) offers a variety of habitats.  Its southern region lies in the heart of Arizona’s famed Mogollon Rim offering some of the most scenic breathtaking views dominated by timbered mountains and numerous canyons. For example, Promontory Butte, at almost 8000 feet of elevation, is surrounded with hundred-mile views. Meandering through this unit’s central region you will find the cedar juniper belt which eventually travels down to its lower elevations of the high grasslands, located in the northern part of the boundary.

    Arizona Hunt Unit 4A (Map) offers trophy big game hunting for elk, mule deer, antelope, black bear, mountain lion and turkey. Furthermore, there are great opportunities for small game such as bobcat, coyote, fox, cottontail rabbit, squirrel and more.

    Because of the numerous lakes, water tanks, rivers and streams, this popular Arizona hunt unit provides excellent waterfowl and fishing potential.  Waterfowl species include: Canadian geese, mallards, mergansers, blue-winged teal, northern pintail, and more.

    Gamefish species in the high elevations lakes and streams include:  rainbow and brown trout.  The two most popular lakes are Chevelon Canyon and Woods Canyon.  These lakes provide facilities for camping, boating, hiking, and fishing for trophy-sized trout.

    Arizona Hunt Unit 4A (map) lies partly within the Apache Sitgreaves National Forest in the southern half and in its northern region you will find BLM, State, and private land.  


    Due to the primitive nature of the roads combined with weather conditions, access demands 4x4 off road vehicles in order to safely venture throughout the unit.  Please be mindful that there are numerous reasons why some road restrictions exist within National Forests.  Please be mindful and respect the protection given to the land and resources by these closures and restrictions.


    Public lands are subject to leasing and other changes.  It is advised to obtain local and forestry information from a Forest Service office or other public land agency.  Contact the appropriate land management agency for the most current information.


    The publisher has exerted its best efforts to portray, render and compile current information.  However, due to recent natural and other degradation, closures, or new additions of roads and trails, or land ownership changes, absolute accuracy cannot be guaranteed.  The user must supply the experience, common sense, knowledge and physical conditioning necessary for safe outdoor travel.


    ADVENTURE iDIAZ Hunt Unit Maps are a tool supplement therefore will not be held liable or responsible for any mishaps.


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