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Big Game Hunting News

May 2015

New Mexico elk hunt openings

Here's a chance to hunt mature bulls in some of the New Mexico's limited-tag quality-hunting units. Normally you must draw a license to hunt here, but we can buy landowner vouchers for hunters who did not draw tags this year.

Fortune Mountains: This area is well-known for producing trophy-class bulls. It's an excellent place to hunt 320-350 class bulls, and there are bigger animals, especially in wet years such as 2015 when antler growth is exceptional due to great forage. Bulls in the 350-plus class were present last year, and with the fantastic forage available right now we're expecting that some really big bulls will be taken in 2015. One of our guides has been promised at least two archery and two muzzleloader landowner vouchers at the market price (still to be determined by an association of landowners). These prices are based on what we expect the vouchers to bring on the high side. If you book a hunt, and the vouchers are less than expected, you'll get a corresponding price reduction. We are expecting to save about $500 but won't know for sure until June. PRICES: Muzzleloader, meals and motel lodging not included, $7,450 with two hunters per guide or $8,950 1x1. Extra $500 if meals and lodging are included. Archery is $500 less. The best muzzleloader season this year is in November. Archery season is in September.

Desert Mesa: This area is known for having a good population of elk, including many 5x5 and 6x6 bulls that typically score 240-300 points, occasionally bigger but hardly ever exceeding 340. Only muzzleloader and archery hunting is allowed. We two bowhunters in this area in 2013 and three muzzleloader hunters in 2014, and all five hunters took bulls. PRICES: Landowner vouchers are not as expensive here, and this is reflected in these prices: Archery or muzzleloader, meals and lodging not included, $4,450 with three hunters per guide, $4,950 with two hunters per guide. Extra $500 if meals and lodging are included. Archery is in September, muzzleloader seasons are in mid- to late October and early November.

Ponderosa Mountain: This area holds a fair population of elk with some big bulls in the 330-380 class. Most of it is covered with ponderosa pine forests that are fairly open with little understory. Muzzleloader season is later this year than normal, so we recommend either bowhunting in September or rifle hunting in mid-October. PRICES: These prices are based on vouchers currently available, but there's a chance that we can get some vouchers at a slightly lower price in June. In that event, your price will be lowered accordingly. Rifle or muzzleloader, meals and lodging not included, $6,650 with two hunters per guide. 1x1 is $1,500 extra. A hunt with meals and lodging included is $500 extra. Archery hunts are $450 less.

Hunts going well in New Zealand

Our chief New Zealand outfitter reports that things are going well now that he's in midseason. About half his hunters pursue red stags on low-fenced private lands, and about half go for bigger stags on high-fenced preserves.

He also hunts tahr and chamois, which are in the middle of their breeding seasons. "It's been fun to watch the tahr and chamois doing their thing. There's been a lot of activity." There are still openings this year. Free-ranging stag hunts are $5,500 for seven days and $6,500 for 10 days and can be a challenge. "We sometimes take stags exceeding 350 but to be realistic you're looking at a 220 to 270 class animal on free range," he said. "It doesn't cost a whole lot more to get a bigger animal behind on the managed preserves because we don't have to hunt as long to see big stags. I usually scout out the areas well and typically get my hunters animals in the upper end of the trophy fee brackets. Hunts for big stags usually take three days at $600 a day, and so with the trophy tacked on you're looking at a total price of $8,800 for a 350-class red deer. The trophy fee on a 330 to 360" bull is $7,000, while a 300 to 330" bull is $5,000. If you want to talk with the outfitter, we can have him call you. He drew a tag in a really good archery elk area in New Mexico for this September with an outfitter we have known for 30 years, so I'm hoping to post a picture of him with a great bull this fall.

Alberta moose and whitetail available

We have two moose openings for 2015 on our favorite Alberta hunt. Price is $6,000 with one hunter per guide. The outfitter has produced 100% hunter success almost every year for the past 10 years. Two of the openings take place on land behind locked gates. We have the only two nonresident tags in the entire zone. The same outfitter has a highly successful whitetail deer trophy hunt for $5,000 with two hunters per guide, and he has four openings in 2015. He has been 100% for years on deer and had only one hunter fail to kill a moose in recent years. Ask about Hunts MS5209 and WD5209.

Alaska mountain goat

We have openings this year for our popular mountain goat hunts in Alaska at $9,000 a person. Details.

Alaska black bear hunt by boat

Spring black bear hunts on Prince of Wales Island are full for 2014. Booking 2015 now at $4,250 a person, still a great price for a high-quality hunt. You don't need to draw a tag if you book through an outfitter. Details

Still time for Alberta black bear

This is one of our favorite hunts, which Hunts.Net Consultant Rich LaRocco took in 2013 with some friends and relatives. We have four openings May 25-June 1, 2015. This hunt is $3,000 plus a $500 trophy fee on the second bear. We've taken this hunt ourselves and think it's a great value. The average bear is about six feet squared, but most years several seven-footers are taken. Lodging is in wall tents with wooden floors. A shower tent is provided. Hunting is over bait. Fishing for northern pike is available. Meals are included. The outfitter can pick you up and drop you off in Edmonton. One member of our group booked a whole week for eight hunters this year. Hunt BLML5247.

Our $3,500 private land elk hunt near Trinidad, Colorado has four openings for 2015. Two elk-only openings are available for the first season, and two elk/deer combos are open for the second rifle season.

Hunt trophy mule deer this fall in Utah

Trophy mule deer hunt on Utah CWMU

Book our most popular New Mexico antelope hunt now for 2015.

Private land elk hunt in good area in Utah, $4,500/person for a party of three. Bow, rifle or blackpowder.

Hunt Dall sheep with one of our long-time Alaska outfitters, who also guides for moose and grizzly.

Book mountain lion hunts now to get the best spots next winter. We have good hunts for $4,000 to $4,500.