Our New Mexico Outfitter provides hunts for Elk, Antelope, Mule Deer, Black Bear, & free range oryx.
Methods of hunting consist of spot and stalk, hunting from ground blinds, tree stands and technique calling.All shooting opportunities largely depend on individual hunter's mobility, and shooting skills. We provide at least an average of 90% shooting opportunities. When pursuing the trophy class bull, the better physical shape the hunter is in increases the odds of taking the trophy.Our ARCHERY hunts take place during the rut. Expect to hear bugling bulls during this time of the year! These hunts take place on private lands and in the Gila and Cibola National Forests, which have the reputation for producing "Boone and Crockett" bulls.Our MUZZLELOADER hunts take place in the Gila and Cibola National Forests. Muzzleloader rifles of .45 cal. or larger, in-line muzzleloaders, and scopes are legal in New Mexico.Our RIFLE hunts take place in the Gila ntl Forest, and on private land.
MULE & COUES DEER
Our MULE DEER & COUES hunts take place on public and private land in southwestern New Mexico. Methods of hunting consist of extensive glassing combined with spot and stalk. There are some great opportunities for harvesting quality bucks. Weapons include rifle, muzzleloader, and archery.
Our ANTELOPE hunts take place on private ranches, and also may be put in for on the draw. In the past 10 years, we have achieved a 100% success. The area yields a nice quality of bucks with chances of "Boone and Crocketts" available.
Our BLACK BEAR hunts take place in the Gila National Forest during the last two weeks of August, and in October and November. We hunt with dogs, spot and stalk, or sit on waterholes. Most of our bears are black, but other color phases include brown, cinnamon, and blonde