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Coues Head Soup – Bowhunting For Arizona’s Ghostliest Deer

How to Hunt Coues Deer (Hardcover)

If you are interested in Coues deer hunting, then this book is a must. Duwane and Tony have used their decades of experience to put together an outstanding book. It contains information about the biology of the Coues deer, hunting tactics, hunting gear, field judging, scoring, and unit-by-unit hunting information for AZ and New Mexico. There are also many hunter photos and hunt stories. Click on the back cover image to read more about the book.

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Ray Seelbinder of Carbondale, Colorado has spent many years honing his bowhunting skills on the legendary Coues Whitetail, otherwise known as “the grey ghost”.

As you can see, perseverance does pay off.

Below is a photo of his 2017 Pope and Young buck.

Congratulations Ray, on taking a fine specimen of one of North America’s most challenging bow and arrow trophies.

Ray is also an accomplished bowyer. Did I mention that he carries a bow that he made himself?

 

A Pope and Young Class Coues Deer Skull Boils in a Camp Pot in Preparation for A Wall Mount.
A Proper Stew – One Part Skull, One Part Scalding Water. Ray’s 2017 Bow Kill.

 

A Pope & Young Club Record Class Coues Deer Skull, next to a Custom Built Reflex Bow
One of North America’s Greatest Trophy’s – A Record Class Coues White-Tailed Deer

Ray’s Coues Deer Skull Next to his “Buckpoint” Custom 3 Piece Takedown , with reflex / deflex limbs.

 

Three Coues Deer Skulls Side by Side for Comparison
The Coues Bucks Get Better

 

A Minnesota Bowhunter Poses with a Pope & Young Club Record Class White-tailed Deer
Master Bowhunter Ray Seelbinder Poses With One of His Many Trophies

“It’s tough not teaching a bow bad habits!” – Ray Seelbinder

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Ray has just completed his North American Deer Slam with his Columbian Blacktail trophy. Read about it here.

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