These are all locations that we have personally vetted and picked, and work closely with throughout each year. We communicate all details/logistics and make the process smooth for our clients and the outfitters. We assist with all licenses/tags, gear lists, logistics, etc..
We know that once you decide on booking a group, you’ll feel pressure hoping everything goes smoothly and everyone has great feedback. That’s why we do what we do. We know this is very important for you and your clients, and building closer relationships while on these trips together…is a priority.
Some of these options have 5 star lodges/food and that’s their specialty. Whereas others have 5 star service in their field, but may be lodged in more rustic cabins or traditional elk hunt style wall tents with cots and wood stoves. This is where we come in- and discuss your needs/preferences, and get you the best options to review and then go over them with you and answer any questions you may have.
Check out all our Antelope Opportunities.
New Mexico Antelope Trip #1
We suggest you take your time and listen to your guide, he will make sure you go home with a quality trophy. These hunts are conducted with lots of time behind your binoculars spotting antelope and then deciding your plan of action to get within shooting distance.
These trophy antelope hunts take place on private land, so no worrying about other hunters or if the quality of the herd is being managed. You will have numerous opportunities on quality bucks on this hunt. These animals are not easy to get close to, so be prepared to shoot at distances beyond 200 yards
What’s Included: Landowner tag, meals, lodging, guide service, game prep and trophy care
Not Included: Hunting license, taxes, gratuities
Accommodations: 4 bedroom ranch house with 2 bathrooms, game room and full time cook for all of your meals.
Trip Duration: Antelope hunts are 4 nights and 3 days of hunting.
Location: North Eastern New Mexico
How to get there: Outdoor Solutions will provide directions.
Application Deadline: March 21st for the draw or guaranteed landowner tags
Season: End of August first of September