Trophy Pronghorn Antelope Hunts

Trophy Pronghorn Antelope2016 NM Antelope Hunts

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WE ARE CURRENTLY WORKING ON SECURING Private Landowner VOUCHERS on an incredible ranch near Roswell, NM for the 2016 season. COST OF HUNT INCLUDES VOUCHERhunter will need to purchase NM hunting license (and all habitat stamp requirements).  Call Ken for the details! 806.676.4610
  • Arrive: Friday, September 30, Roswell
  • Hunt: Oct. 1, 2 and 1/2 day on Oct. 3, depart after lunch on Oct. 3
  • $2,950 – includes meals, lodging and guided 2×1 (motel and restaurants)

HUNTING LICENSE REQUIRED

NM antelope license

NMG&F 2016 handbook

 

 

 

 

Click the image on the right for the complete guide to 2016 hunting in New Mexico!


Slideshow of a few of our trophy pronghorn antelope hunts


Trophy pronghorn antelope hunts on PRIVATE RANCH in New Mexico have been exciting and challenging over the years!

We offer some of the finest trophy antelope hunting available anywhere. The southwest produces pronghorn of superior trophy quality. We consistently enjoy 95-100% success. These prairie speedsters can sometimes be difficult to hit. However, no trophy room is complete without one.

This 2-1/2 day hunt takes place the first weekend in October. We hunt the best trophy producing ranches in the southwest (around 100,000 acre ranch near Roswell, NM) consistently producing 14” to 18” bucks with heavy mass and huge cutters. These hunts are on a landowner permit basis only, which are hand selected for superior quality. Our ranches receive very little hunting pressure. Hunters can expect to see 50 or more antelope during their hunt. Licenses are guaranteed with our private landowner permits. The incredible antelope above was harvested by Christel Wehling in 2013.

 

About your trophy pronghorn antelope hunts

The best method is to cover a lot of ground via 4WD vehicle or on foot, stopping frequently to glass the large herds of antelope. Through careful evaluation we can then determine the best way to stalk the herd. The average shot is around 200 yards. These hunts are conducted at specified times determined by NMG&F usually in early October. Trophy pronghorn antelope hunters need the ability to shoot up to 200 yards or further with confidence, but longer range marksmanship ability will improve your chances of success significantly.

Trophy pronghorn antelope hunts include:

Private landowner permit which guarantees a New Mexico antelope hunting license, food (local cafes & restaurants), lodging-DOUBLE OCCUPANCY-single hunters will have a roommate (usually motels), guides (guided 2×1 unless otherwise specified), and basic trophy care.

Call 806.676.4610 for availability.

Semi-guided hunt is $2,950 each + 5.625% New Mexico sales tax.
Non-hunters are welcome for $375.00 per person based upon availability.

Trophy pronghorn antelope hunts near Roswell, NM offer sever things of interest: