Outfitter #142

New Mexico Monster Antelope

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Description

New Mexico antelope hunt on a huge ranch that is hundreds of thousands of acres in size. This hunt takes place in the west-central part of the state close to the Arizona line. The genetics in this area are some of the best in the west, known for producing some of the biggest bucks to come out of New Mexico every season.  Hunters are accompanied by experienced guides and you’ll access the property by four-wheel drive vehicles where you’ll glass, and spot and stalk your trophy antelope.

This is not a physically demanding hunt. The topography consists of rolling hills and small canyons interspersed with pinion juniper and sage brush flats. The area supports a healthy population of antelope and a high success rate on high 70s antelope with a true opportunity at a Boone and Crockett class trophy. If you are a hunter looking for a chance to finally check a B&C class antelope off the list this is a great option for you.

Rifle hunts take place in September and October with equal success, and all dates can provide a chance at a great buck. When hunting a ranch of this size you need to be prepared to cover lots of ground and glass many animals until you find the right one. This is exciting due to the fact that you are constantly looking at game. Accommodations are comfortable with guest cabins and a large main lodge where meals are served. An onsite shooting range is available to check your rifle on arrival, as well as a skinning shed with walk-in cooling facilities to hang your game.


Price

 $8,000 1x1

 $6,500 2x1.

 

*Includes two days of scouting prior to hunt- landowner tag included.

Dates

Mid-October.

Accommodations

Cabins

Included
Lodging, Meals, In-Field Transportation, and Infield Trophy Care
Excluded
Meat Processing, Airfare, Gratuities, Taxidermy, and Personal Items
Transportation

fly to Albuquerque – rent car and drive approximately 3 hours to ranch.

 

 

Approximate License & Tag(s) Cost

ANTELOPE: $299

Non-resident Hunting License: $65

Habitat Improvement and depredation stamps are required for most New Mexico hunts, total stamp cost is: $11

Physical Requirement Level

Level 2 - These hunts are mostly conducted on private ranches. Species include mule deer, elk, antelope; additionally, some caribou and African plains game hunts. Moderate to light hiking each day in semi-mountainous terrain.

Additional Information
Approach: Spot and Stalk.
Equipment: Automobile.