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New Mexico Elk Unit 34 & 36

Outfitter #739
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$5,500
Location:
New Mexico
Method:
Rifle, Archery, Muzzleloader
Dates:

Archery- Sept.

Muzzleloader- Mid Oct.

Rifle- Late Oct.

South central New Mexico is home to some of the states best elk hunting with units 34 & 36 leading the way. The two units have been consistent producers of quality bulls (300+) with truly giant bulls (370+) being taken out of both units every year. With bull/cow ratios at roughly 50:100 these areas experience very intense ruts making it one of the top archery and muzleloader hunts available. The landscape varies greatly from a desert floor up to pinon & juniper canyons that give way to 7,500ft mountainous environments. These landscape changes only enhance the overall hunting experience in these areas.

Our outfitter has been hunting these units for over fifteen years. He and his guides continue to spend ten months a year scouring the hills to ensure that every client has the highest quality hunt possible. Although both units have good road systems hunters need to be prepared for daily hikes. We do utilize horses at times to allow for access into the most remote portions of these units and to retrieve harvested animals. Unit 34 hunters can expect to be staying in small cabins with en suite baths and home cooked meals. Unit 36 hunters will typically stay in a traditional wall tent camp with standard amenities with a full time cook in camp.

This hunt does require you to draw a license. Please contact WTA TAGS for assistance with the New Mexico big game application process at 1-800-755-8247.

 

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Pricing Details

Archery

5 days 1X1- $5,500

6 days 1X1- $6,250

Rifle or Muzzleloader

5 days 1X1- $5,500

License & Tag(s) Cost (approximate)

Bull Elk License- $800 approx.

This hunt does require you to draw a license. Please contact WTA TAGS for assistance with the New Mexico big game application process at 1-800-755-8247.

Inclusions

Cabin, Guide, In-Field Transportation, Infield Trophy Care, Lodging, Meals, Spike Tent, Wall Tent

Exclusions

Airfare, Charter Flight, Gratuities, Laundry Machine, Meat Processing, Shipping of Meat/Trophy, Wi-Fi

Accommodations

Unit 34 hunters can expect to be staying in small cabins with en suite baths and home cooked meals. Unit 36 hunters will typically stay in a traditional wall tent camp with standard amenities with a full time cook in camp.

Transportation

Clients will need to fly into Albuquerque, rent a vehicle and drive to camp. Camp is near Cloudcroft, New Mexico.

Hunt Style

Physical Level:

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.

Difficult
APPROACH:
Spot and Stalk, Calling

Trip Requirements

All participants must read rules and regulations pertaining to method of take and be within the state/country’s guidelines. WTA is not responsible for failure to meet any state/country requirements.
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