In the rolling mesa’s and sagebrush draws found only in elk rich country in New Mexico, you could be chasing screaming bulls with a unit wide New Mexico Unit 6C archery elk hunting voucher. Sitting adjacent to the Valles Caldera National Preserve, Unit 6C awaits.
Bypass the New Mexico draw with a unit wide elk voucher.
Purchase a New Mexico Unit 6C voucher to surpass the state draw and chase screaming bulls this year. You’ll want to be in top notch shape as the terrain can be physically demanding and steep. But that’s it’s a small price to pay when you put your hands around the ivory tips of a mature bull. Knowing you did it all on your own.
Fully guided elk hunts in New Mexico with guaranteed tags are also available.
Available Landowner Tags and Hunting Vouchers:
Tags move quickly, so please understand that we do our best to keep this page updated, but it may not be real time. It is in your best interest to contact us ASAP if you’re interested in purchasing a tag or voucher.
New Mexico Unit 6C Size and Land Ownership*
- Overall unit size: 1214.7
- US Forest Service: 548.1
- BLM: 81.3
- State: 34.2
- USFS Wilderness: 8.1
- Other Gov’t Owned: 333.9
- Private Land: 17.9%
*all values in approx. square miles
New Mexico’s Unit 6C starts at the junction of NM 96 and forest road (FR) 103 east of Gallina and running south along FR 103 to it’s junction with FR 117, then south along FR 117 to it’s junction with FR 527 (Pipeline road), then east along FR 527 to it’s junction with the west boundary of the Valles Caldera National Preserve, then north, east, south and west along the boundary of the preserve to it’s junction with NM 4 and FR 280, then south along FR 280 to it’s junction with forest service trail (FT) 1-40, then south along FT 140 to Peralta Creek, then south and east along Peralta Creek to it’s junction with FR 266, then south and east along FR 266 to it’s junction with NM 16, then south and east along NM 16 to it’s junction with interstate I-25, then north along I-25 to it’s junction with US 84 at Santa Fe, then north along US 84 to it’s junction with NM 96 west of Abiquiu, then west along NM 96 to it’s junction with FR 103.