Arizona: Unit 4B
Located between Winslow, Holbrook and Payson, Arizona's hunting unit 4B contains antelope, black bear, elk, mule deer and turkey. The unit ranges from 5,000 to 7,600 ft. in elevation. The terrain varies from flat desert grasslands to heavily forested canyons. The vegetation transitions from high desert grasslands to pinyon-juniper to mixed conifer forests. This unit experiences sever climatic changes throughout the year. Antelope are located mostly in the northern part of the unit. This area is a mix of public and private lands. Elk densities are low in this unit. Mule deer are predominantly taken in this unit, with an occasional white-tailed deer taken in the southern portion of the unit. The deer population continues to be low.
Beginning at AZ Hwy 260 and the Sitgreaves National Forest boundary with the Tonto National Forest; northeasterly on AZ Hwy 260 to AZ Hwy 277; northeasterly on AZ Hwy 277 to Hwy 377; northeasterly on AZ Hwy 377 to AZ Hwy 77; northeasterly on AZ Hwy 77 to I-40 Exit 286; northeasterly along the westbound lane of I-40 to Exit 292; north on AZ Hwy 77 to the Navajo Indian Reservation boundary; west along the reservation boundary to the Little Colorado River; southerly along the Little Colorado River to Chevelon Creek; southerly along Chevelon Creek to Woods Canyon; westerly along Woods Canyon to Woods Canyon Lake Road (Forest Road 105); southerly along the Woods Canyon Lake Road to the Mogollon Rim; easterly along the Mogollon Rim to AZ Hwy 260.