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Big Game Hunting News
Here's a chance to hunt mature bulls on a 6,500-acre ranch in the Ponderosa Mountains of New Mexico. The ranch has been producing bulls in the 340-380" class. This year antler production appears to be excellent, which is not a surprise due to the wonderful forage that is blossoming with the abundant precipitation this winter, spring and summer. This hunt includes lodging and meals supplied by the ranch. One of our favorite guides will accompany you. Two or three hunters can choose any five consecutive days starting Oct. 17 through the end of the year, but we recommend hunting before heavy winter snows set in. The price is $8,500 a person with one hunter per guide and $8,000 a person with two hunters per guide. Most roads on the property are closed except during the middle of the day for retrieval of game. This keeps elk on the property all the time and also attracts bulls from bordering private ranches. We have reserved two slots. The third permit has been given to a rancher's guest. The guest must hunt after our customers; he is willing to give up his permit if you have a party of three. In that case, there will be three hunters and two guides, and the price will be $8,000 per hunter. Ask about Hunt No. EK4799 ZUP.
New Mexico ranch takes three gun hunters a year for trophy elk
Desert Mesa, New Mexico, muzzleloader or archery hunt
This hunt takes place in a unit where no rifle hunting is allowed. Landowner vouchers are included in the price of the hunt. Details.
Idaho rancher offers special late-season hunt for trophy mule deer
An Idaho rancher who has been taking four customers a year has been told he will probably draw a transferable landowner voucher for a special late buck season that will be held this year during the rut. This is an excellent opportunity to kill a great buck. His son took a 32-incher a couple of years ago, and he sees some bucks in the 190-200+ class every year, but they are tough to hunt during the regular October season, when mature bucks tend to spend all day in heavy cover. He is offering this hunt for only $4,500 this year. We have a customer talking with him now, but he hasn't committed as of today, July 28. The rancher should know within 10 days whether he draws the voucher.
Hunts going well in New Zealand
Our chief New Zealand outfitter reports that things are going well. 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 2016 on an Alberta hunt that has been productive for our clients. Price is $6,500 with one hunter per guide. The outfitter has had only one hunter fail to kill a moose in recent years. Ask about Hunts MS5209.
Colorado ranch offers antelope archery hunt for only $1,000
We have openings Aug. 21-24, 26-29 and Sept. 7-10, 13-16 and 17-20, or plan now for 2016.
Budget elk hunt on Utah private land
Hunt private property near the Wyoming border for only $2,500 plus a $1,500 trophy fee. You and a partner can have the ranch to yourselves for any five-day period during the early October general rifle season. The muzzleloader season is also available, and the rancher is willing to negotiate a lower price for hunters on the early November blackpowder season. A party of three can get a better price. Depredation antlerless elk permits are also available at an extra $750, so you can take a bull and a cow on the same trip. Hunt EK4599ER
Alberta spring black bear hunt over bait
This is one of our favorite hunts, which Hunts.Net Consultant Rich LaRocco took in 2013 with some friends and relatives. Hunts are in May and June and cost $3,000 plus a $500 trophy fee for the second bear, tent quarters and meals included. Hunt BLML5247.
Cow elk hunts this year in Utah
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.