Our continual search for the best antelope country available in New Mexico has kept this hunt one of my best trophy class hunts for the money. This coming fall will be no exception. Our ranches have been game managed for many years, and although I make no guarantees on this hunt, seldom does anyone go home without having the opportunity to harvest a really nice buck that should qualify for the Safari Club Record Book. The genetics of the animals in the area we hunt are very strong, which means our bucks are certainly capable of growing some great heads this coming year.

We also have guaranteed licenses, in that all of the hunting is done on private ranches with private landowner permits. This means there is no worry about drawing your license should you decide to book this hunt.

We offer pronghorn hunts in both the northern and southern parts of the state. The antelope season in the southern part of the state will take place the 10th and 11th of September. The antelope season in the northern part of the state offers three day seasons and the choice of hunting August 20 – 22 or September 10-12.

We ask our hunters to arrive in the afternoon on the day prior to their hunt. If you can arrive with enough daylight, it is nice to check your weapon one more time, as shooting distances in this wide open country can certainly extend out to ranges longer than on a lot of other hunts.

On our Northern hunt, all of the meals, lodging and guides are provided, and you will find everything to more than live up to your expectations. I have no kill fee or trophy fee on this hunt. We only take 8 hunters on these 4 ranches.

As you can see by the photos, we certainly harvest some nice bucks, and the country is very wide open. This is a very exciting hunt, as animals are sited all day long. That coupled with the fair weather normally experienced this time of the year, all add up to a really great hunting experience.

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Our hunt in the southern part of New Mexico has a very unique pricing structure that has an appeal to many of our clients. You will pay the cost for the landowner permit and the right to hunt our new 100 square mile ranch north of Roswell.

You then pay a harvest fee on the buck you harvest, guaranteeing you a great value for a New Mexico Antelope hunt. You are responsible for your meals and lodging in Roswell, however, we will coordinate all of this for our hunters. It is possible to do this hunt without a guide, however, we strongly recommend that you do hire a professional guide (that we will provide) as it will help a great deal with the numbers and quality of bucks that you will find.
Because our licenses are strictly limited on each ranch that we hunt, coupled with interest running very high for this hunt each year, booking well in advance is a necessity.

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