New Mexico Antelope Hunting
New Mexico Antelope Hunting
New Mexico antelope hunting for trophy pronghorn antelope. Hunts are on private land, and our hunters have had 100% success on trophy class bucks.
We offer some amazing antelope hunting in New Mexico, for rifle, archery, and muzzleloader hunters. We have several different private ranches to hunt antelope, each loaded with goats.
Why you should consider pronghorn antelope hunting in New Mexico:
- Hunt private land with no public access.
- Trophy bucks are the norm.
- Lots of goats.
- Landowner tags.
Trophy Antelope Hunts on Private Ground
New Mexico offers some of our best hunts for trophy pronghorn antelope.
If you’re looking for a trophy antelope hunt on private land, New Mexico is the place!
Pronghorn antelope hunting in New Mexico with this outfitter is the real deal. Antelope hunting doesn’t get much better than this. All of these hunts take place on private land. This isn’t a extremely difficult hunt, but there is a possibility for some somewhat difficult terrain. Expect to see mature quality bucks with horns ranging from 75″ to 82″ plus! Antelope season takes place from late August to early September. In addition to their rifle hunts, they offer archery antelope hunts as well with very high success. If you’re looking for quality animals and amazing guides we strongly recommend this New Mexico pronghorn antelope hunt!
As part of your hunt, they will provide your meals, guide, and transportation to and from the hunting areas. Our hunting lodge ensures a comfortable stay while you experience the hunt of a lifetime. We also have a wall tent lodging option, where you will be provided with a comfortable cot, lantern, and heater.
Look no further for a great antelope hunt!
- Huge private ranches with virtually no hunting pressure other than a few guided hunters.
- They have an amazing 100% shot opportunity with a rifle, and 95% shot opportunity on their archery hunts.
- Bucks scoring from the low 70’s to 85+ inches are the goal!
- Antelope hunting is done by spot-and-stalk, decoys and ground blinds over water.
- The difficulty level of this hunt is easy to moderate, however some ranches have higher elevations range from 6,000 to 9,000 feet, so make sure you are in somewhat good shape.
- You can purchase your New Mexico hunting license, tags, or apply for your hunt online, but talk to us first so you know which units to get your tag in.
- Hunts: , BLUMO2, TGTO1, TSO1
*A good alternative to this antelope hunt is Colorado. The Colorado hunts also typically go 100% success on 90,000 private acres. The bucks don’t run quite as big as the ones you will see on these New Mexico antelope hunts, but offer a more affordable alternative. Bucks in CO will range from high 60’s to 78 inches.
Archery hunting for pronghorn in a blind can be arduous, but the quantity of mule deer and antelope arriving to the watering hole does break the tedium. Being very selective allowed me to arrow a Pope and Young buck on the third evening of a three day hunt with 15 minutes left of shooting light. Great hunt.
I have hunted for the last three years in the midwest with Outdoor International. All were 100% successful hunts. I have a long times best friend that was curious about the hunting. We called OI, and bam it all happened. The outfitter they booked us with really understood our hunting skills, and Elkin has found an new true love for the sport.
You have got to do this antelope hunt. Got mine about noon yesterday. We both got Pope and Young bucks, and now, today we are sitting in blinds looking for a big whitetail. This is one neat setup and the outfitter is a really great guy. They’re a class act. Thank you for the hookup Outdoors International.