New Mexico: Elk, barbary sheep, antelope, mule deer and oryx.
Oklahoma: Whitetail, turkey, and antelope
Kentucky: Whitetail and turkey
Florida: Whitetail and turkey
Massachusetts: Whitetail and turkey
New York: Whitetail
Kansas: Whitetail and turkey
I struggle picking favorites because elk hunting and whitetail hunting is something I work on year round on year round through scouting and prep.
I grew up in Colorado, but didn't start hunting until I was in college, and then hunted mule deer, elk, black bear, pronghorn antelope, and mountain lion. After I moved to Montana I continued to hunt mule deer, elk, black bear, and antelope, but then added whitetail, mountain goat, bighorn sheep, Shiras moose. and buffalo. While I was in the Army stationed in Oklahoma I hunted whitetail deer. I have also hunted whitetail deer in Illinois; caribou in Alaska; and scimitar horned oryx, Aoudad, and blackbuck in Texas; and antelope in Wyoming.
About 20 years ago, I was able to expand my hunting internationally with two hunts in Canada's Northwest Territories and another hunt in Quebec, and I will be hunting in Newfoundland this coming September. I have also done multiple hunts in South Africa, two in Mozambique, and another in Zimbabwe; a great multi-species hunt in New Zealand; and a Dagestan Tur hunt in Azerbaijan.