October 30-November 03 (Mule Deer Combo Available)
November 13-17 (Mule Deer Combo Available)
This ranch is comprised of approximately 12,000 acres (non-contiguous) in some of New Mexico’s finest elk country. Elk densities are astounding and the quality of bulls here is exceptional; 300+/- inch bulls are the norm with bulls over 350 being present on the ranch each and every year. Bull to cow ratios are at roughly 50:100, so the ranch typically experiences a very intense rut, making it one of the top archery/early rifle hunts available. After the rut concludes the cows will leave this ranch and a large influx of bulls will take up residence and spend the winter here. Hunts on this property are strategically scheduled around the rut as well as the post rut migration of bulls onto the ranch.
The ranch is comprised of rolling hills with intermittent canyons between 5,800-7,500 feet in elevation. Vegetation on the ranch is mainly comprised of broken meadows, oak brush, pinon trees, juniper trees and the occasional large conifer patch. At these lower elevations natural water is no longer abundant but this ranch has a developed water network ensuring the elk have all of their necessities readily available. Due to the mild topography, coupled with present road network, hunts can be adapted and enjoyed by sportsmen of all physical abilities.
Outfitting services will be provided by a highly experienced team that is local to the area and thoroughly understands hunting elk in this environment. Hunting techniques during the archery/early rifle season will consist of calling, spot & stalk, or sitting on known water/food sources. Early archery hunt will heavily favor sitting over water sources as the rut is yet to begin. The latter rifle hunt will consist of many hours perched on glassing points scouring the country for bachelor groups of bulls, once a suitable bull is found a stalk will be planned and executed.
At the end of a day’s hunt you will retreat to a modern and comfortable cabin that contains all of the amenities of home. The cabin contains five bedrooms, three bathrooms and two large living rooms. All meals will be prepared fresh each day and served indoors or outside dependent on the weather.
A coveted landowner voucher is included when purchasing this hunt, no draw is required. If you would like additional information regarding this trip or wish to secure a spot please contact WTA at 1-800-346-8747.
Rifle (5 day hunt)
$11,750 1X1 (Elk Only)
$17,250 1X1 (Elk/Mule Deer Combo)
Muzzleloader (5 day hunt)
Archery (5 day hunt)
License: $74 (approx.)
Tag: $700 (approx.)
License & tag will be purchased online prior to your arrival.
Adult beverages are not included in the hunt but guest are more than welcome to bring their drink of choice to the cabin.
Accommodations for this hunt will consist of a modern and comfortable cabin that contains all of the amenities of home. The cabin contains five bedrooms, three bathrooms and two large living rooms.
Clients will need to fly into El Paso, TX or Albuquerque, N.M. where you will rent a vehicle and drive to camp.
Easy: Somewhat easy walking when it comes to physicality. Minimal walking or hiking and terrain is very accessible. Mostly hunting from blinds or tree stands.
Moderate: Physicality is somewhat moderate to advanced. Spot and stalk method of hunting as well as some hunting from blinds. Terrain can vary from prairies to mountains at higher elevations.
Difficult: Requires an advanced degree of physical endurance. Terrain is typically more mountainous and hunting can take place at higher elevation.
Extreme: Most difficult and physically demanding hunts. Requires advanced to extreme endurance and terrain or game pursued may involve dangerous situations.