HUNTS AND FEES
This page describes the hunts we offer. For more information about a
specific hunt, please contact us.
When you have decided what you want, please print out the
contract, sign it and fax it back to
us at 575-835-0290.
OLD WEST MOUNTAIN LION HUNT
Come explore the Arizona/New Mexico Wilderness with us, in search
of North America's ultimate predator - a trophy mountain lion. This
experience will be the thrill of a lifetime.
Rate: 6 Day Package, $4200. 10 Day Package, $5500. (plus tag &
Most of our rifle Elk hunting takes place in Southwest New Mexico in units
that consistently produce 320" to 370" class bulls. This hunt is a
must for the hunter who dreams of B & C class bulls. Our
guides have hunted these areas for years and spend countless hours
locating and keeping track of trophy class bulls. This hunt takes place in
early October when the bulls are still with the cows. It can get pretty
intense when your guide calls in a monster bull to within bow range and
you've got a rifle in your hands. These hunts are guided - two hunters per
guide. The hunt can be upgraded to one-on-one for an additional fee of
Rate: 5 days, $3900 (plus license fee and taxes)
Muzzleloader hunting in New Mexico is very exciting especially when you
catch the tail end of the rut. Our primitive weapons only units produce
some of the largest bulls taken in the US. Chasing bugling bulls is a very
exciting way to spend a week in the southwest. Our hunting methods include
calling, spot & stalk, ground blinds & tree stands. Today's modern
muzzleloaders are certainly capable of shots out to 200 yards depending on
the shooters capability and knowledge of the gun. Your guide will do all
he can to bring the animal within range, the rest is up to you. These
hunts take place in all types of terrain from rolling hills covered in
pinion and juniper trees to deep dark canyons and steep hill country. We
go where the elk are. These hunts are guided two hunters per guide. The
hunt can be upgraded to one on one for an additional fee of $1000.
Rate: 5 days, $3900. (plus license fee and taxes)
The archery elk hunts begin in early September and run throughout
the month. We offer 6 and 9 day hunts. Most of these hunts take place in
Southwest New Mexico in primitive weapons only areas. Our hunting
techniques include calling, spot & stalk, tree stands and ground blinds.
Your guide is very knowledgeable of the area in which you will be hunting
and has located the water holes, wallows and trails that the elk are
using. Most of our shooting is from 20 to 40 yards. Our guides are bow
hunters themselves and are very familiar with the techniques required to
bring the bulls in close. During September the elk are in full rut which
makes for some great shot opportunities. These hunts are guided two
hunters per guide and can be upgraded to one on one for an additional fee
of $1000 depending on availability of personnel 6 days.
Rates: 6 days, $3800. 9 days, $4800. (plus license
fee and taxes)
Oryx (Gemsbok), Persian Ibex, Aoudad
These three exotic species were introduced to New Mexico over 30 years
ago. They have all done exceptionally well. The Oryx are on the White
Sands Missile Range, and the Ibex are in the Florida Mountains of Southern
New Mexico. The Aoudad are located in a vast area of south central New
Mexico. Tags for Oryx, Ibex and Aoudad are issued on a drawing basis
through the New Mexico Department of Game & Fish. The deadline to apply
for Oryx is early February and Ibex and Aoudad is early April. The Oryx
hunts are held from August through March. Aoudad hunts are held from the
first of February through mid March and The Ibex hunts are held October
through February. The Oryx hunts are in gently rolling country with not a
lot of physical ability required. Several of our guides are employed on
White Sands Missile Range and see the Oryx on a daily bases. Combined we
have taken-over 80 Oryx with the top bull measuring just over 40". This is
a great hunt opportunity for youth hunters as well as mobility impaired.
The Ibex and Aoudad however, inhabit very rough terrain such as the
Florida Mountains which are extremely rough and jagged requiring a lot of
physical ability. These hunts are guided two hunters per guide.
We offer these hunts with archery, muzzleloader and rifle.
Rates: Oryx -- 3 days - $1,500. Ibex -- 7 Days -
$3,800. Aoudad -- 5 Day - $3,500.
Deer Hunts (Limited Entry)
We offer guided deer hunts in several of New Mexico's special limited
entry deer areas for both mule deer & Coues whitetail. We offer two five
day hunts in the mountains of Northwest New Mexico in Rio Arriba County
that is world famous for producing large rocky mountain mule deer. We also
offer two five day hunts in southwest New Mexico. Our five day
Muzzleloader hunt gives the hunter an opportunity to harvest a mule deer
in full velvet. Deer populations are not as high in the southwest region
of the state, but the top end bucks are consistent with the quality that
we strive for. These hunts may sometimes be conducted from horseback
allowing the hunter to cover more of this open country while minimizing
physical effort. These hunts offer the unique opportunity to hunt trophy
class deer at a very reasonable rate. These hunts are guided two hunters
per guide. Upgrade to one on one for an additional $1000. The drawing odds
are very good in the outfitter pool.
The deadline to apply is mid-April in New Mexico
MUZZLELOADER & RIFLE
Date Varies: Sept. -- Nov. (5 days)
Dates: Jan 1-15. (5 days)
Dates: Nov. - Dec. (2-3 days)
Rate: $1900 (guided 1 on 1)
Youth hunters stay in motel with guardians and dine at their own expense.
We offer some of the finest trophy antelope hunting
available anywhere. The southwest produces pronghorn of superior trophy
quality. We consistently enjoy 95-100% success. Since some of the antelope
licenses in these premium areas are issued through a lottery drawing and
12% of those licenses are designated for non-resident outfitted hunters, a
hunter has a good chance of drawing a public license. This is a very
exciting way to spend a weekend in the southwest with lots of animals to
Price (plus license fee and taxes)
Our muzzleloader/archery hunt is a four day hunt in mid August in north central
New Mexico. Hunters can expect to see and possibly harvest a Boone and
Crockett head. This hunt is offered on a drawing basis with landowner
permits available if unsuccessful in the drawing.
This two day hunt takes place the first weekend in October. We hunt some
of the best trophy producing ranches in the southwest consistently
producing 15" to 19" bucks with heavy mass and huge cutters. These hunts
are on a landowner permit basis only, which are hand selected for superior
quality. This hunt normally produces several Boone and Crockett heads per
Rate: $5,500. Price Includes land owner permit
This two day hunt takes place the last weekend in August. We strongly
recommend this hunt for beginning hunters as well as family groups. This
hunt consistently produces 13" to 16" antelope. This hunt is also sold on
a guaranteed tag basis with the purchase of a land owner permit.
HUNTS FOR THE DISABLED
This three day hunt in early August allows the disabled hunter access to
virtually untapped antelope populations. For this reason, we have
consistently produced Boone and Crockett antelope for our clients with 95
- 100% success rate. (Guided 1 on 1) Hunters stay in motel and dine at
their own expense.