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New Mexico | Trophy Antelope - Option 2

Description:  Hunts are conducted safari style covering extremely large tracts of land, with some in excess of 100 square miles in size. Glassing over numerous herds of Pronghorn Antelope daily is the objective - looking for a mature buck with good length, mass and prongs. Clients can expect to see good antelope densities on this hunt and seeing 100-150 antelope daily is common, with about a third being pronghorn bucks. The outfitter is very selective which bucks are harvested keeping in mind that the differences separating an average Pronghorn Antelope buck and a trophy Pronghorn Antelope Buck can be only a few inches in measurement.

Hunters can expect to find Antelope bucks in the 14 inch to 16 ½ inch range, and although not common, a handful pushing the 17"+ have been harvested the past few years. Elevations are 4000 feet to 5500 feet on most of our antelope hunting leases with temperatures in August and September ranging from 30F to 85F.

New Mexico is a crown jewel for some of the finest Pronghorn Antelope hunting to be found anywhere in North America. Unlike most Western states, New Mexico has no application or drawing for your Pronghorn Antelope Hunting permit. The outfitter purchases them directly from the private landowners and passes them along to their clients included in the total hunt cost. If you’re looking for great Pronghorn Antelope hunting at a good value, look no more.

Accommodations:  Clients typically stay in a comfortable historic motel, which is only a 10-minute drive from our hunting base camp. Lunch is served on site at the ranch and breakfast and dinner is served in town where you will be staying. The outfitter has a first class chuck wagon cook on site where they base their antelope hunting camp and a taxidermist on site to properly handle capes with fleshing and then salting of the capes.

Transportation/Getting there:  hunters fly into Santa Fe or Albuquerque, NM or Amarillo, TX and begin a 2-3 hour drive to the lodge.


Hunting license
Your firearm
TSA approved hard-shell airplane lockable gun-case
Soft-sided gun case
Ammunition for firearm (2 boxes or 40 rounds)
Shooting sticks
Comfortable hunting boots
Heavy and light socks
Full camouflage clothing including face-mask
Florescent orange hat
Stocking cap
Rain gear
Heavy and light hunting jacket
Long underwear
Hunting knife
Camp Slippers/shoes
Comfortable camp shirt and pants
Insect repellant

Personal Items:

Ear plugs
Toiletries and personal affects
Medical prescriptions & pain relievers
Lip balm & sunscreen


3 Day/3 Night Trophy Antelope (Colfax County, NM) - $3,850

3 Day/3 Night Trophy Antelope (Mora County, NM) - $5,850 


-Observer fee $250 daily per person

-1x1 guide fee $350 daily per person

-Additional hunting days may be added to any trip for $750 daily per person

Dates:  Late August through the first week in September 

Included:  meals and lodging, transportation during the hunt in 4 wheel drive Jeeps or pickups, service of professional guides (2x1), trophy prep of game taken, and landowner permit 

Not Included:  airfare and transportation to the lodge, taxidermy, expediting of trophies, game processing, and tips/gratuities

Approximate license cost:  Call for details, landowner permits included in pricing

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