We offer New Mexico elk hunting, as well as big game hunts (deer, antelope, turkey, oryx, Barbary sheep, ibex, bear, javelina, and lion). We also hunt all our predators and occasionally, migratory birds. The Sacramento Mountains in the Lincoln National Forest in Unit 34 is our home headquarters.
What hunting unit is Cloudcroft NM in?
The Sacramento Mountains in the Lincoln National Forest in Unit 34 is our home headquarters. We hunt throughout the state and surrounding areas along with other units.
What unit is 34 in NM?
New Mexico Mule Deer – Unit 34 – Draw Odds, Tag Information and More.
Is timberon in unit 34 nm?
Timberon is located within the Lincoln National Forest. … Unit 34, managed by New Mexico Game and Fish, borders Timberon.
What is the best elk unit in New Mexico?
New Mexico Game Management Unit 16D
Game Management Unit 16-D is probably the most popular unit in New Mexico for trophy bulls. This unit has more hype than any other unit in New Mexico and for good reason. Although it’s not our personal favorite, it is most definitely a premiere unit for trophy bull elk.
What hunting unit is Angel Fire New Mexico?
New Mexico Management Unit 54 Game.
What unit is Ruidoso NM?
New Mexico Management Unit 36 Game.
What kind of elk live in New Mexico?
Rocky Mountain elk (Cervus elaphus nelsoni) exist in New Mexico because the state and private individuals made persistent efforts to restore the animals between 1910 and 1966.
Where is the largest elk herd in New Mexico?
Management of elk on the Carson goes back to the early 1900’s when elk were first reintroduced into northern New Mexico. This management is especially meaningful today when the Carson National Forest boasts one of the largest elk herds in the state.
How much does it cost to hunt elk in New Mexico?
Table of Draw Fees
|Standard Elk License (Residents 18–64 years of age and all nonresidents)|
|A (Antlerless)||$60||Not Issued|
|MB (Mature Bull)||$90||$548|
|ES (Either Sex)||$90||$548|
Are there elk in Cloudcroft NM?
“We’ve had elk and deer come through here for years,” Cloudcroft resident Gerry Sass said. “We’ve lived here almost 40 years, my parents owned cabins in the 60s before this was ever developed. We’re used to the deer and the elk – we’re always delighted to see them but we know to stay our distance.”
What is considered small game in New Mexico?
Small Game Species include:
Eurasian collared-doves, grouse, pheasant, quail and squirrel. White-winged and mourning doves, American coot, band-tailed pigeon, common moorhen, common snipe, ducks, geese, sandhill crane, sora and Virginia rail. Hunting swans in New Mexico is not allowed.