6-Day Archery Bull Elk Hunt | New Mexico
1x1 or 2x1 Guided
Our New Mexico archery elk hunts take place in September during the pre-rut through the middle stages of the rut. These hunts definitely present some of the best opportunities to kill the some of the biggest bulls in our areas. The bulls are typically very vocal during this period, which can make for exciting and action-packed hunts. In 2004, one of our archery hunters killed an incredible bull that gross scored 427″ P&Y and became the new New Mexico state record at the time. That record held until 2015, when another one of our archery hunters killed an unbelievable bull gross scoring 440″ P&Y. Both of these bulls are among the top ten non-typical bulls ever harvested in the world with a bow.
Almost every year several of our archery hunters get opportunities at 400 class bulls, but realistically hunters need to expect opportunities at 300-360″+ bulls on any of our archery hunts.
These hunts all take place in high desert terrain at approximately 7500′ elevation with Pinion and Juniper vegetation. They are not extremely physically demanding and are probably some of the easiest areas to hunt elk in the country.
Meals and Lodging included. Non-hunter guests are welcome for an additional fee.
Base price is for a 2x1 guided hunt.
For the 1x1 and other fees such as licenses/tags and additional days, see Additional Costs.
1x1 Hunt (Tax Included)
We offer fully guided hunts in New Mexico and South Dakota. We specialize in trophy Elk, Mule Deer, and Antelope hunts.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$1676.40 Per Person
$940.50 Per Person
$0.00 Per Item
$0.00 Per Day
$310.20 Per Person
$6050.00 Per Person Per Experience
Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.
- Experienced Guides
- High Opportunity
- License, Tag, Permit
- Weapon & Ammo
- Hunting Gear
- Personal Items
Rules & Guidelines
Our public land hunts in Unit 12 are obtained through the draw process or by purchasing a “unit wide” landowner tag.
We also offer public land archery hunts in Unit 13. These may be obtained through the draw process, or by purchasing a “unit wide” landowner permit.
We offer 6 day hunts that can also be extended up to 14 days during certain seasons.
Hunters with disabilities should contact the New Mexico Game and Fish Department regarding obtaining a Mobility Impaired Certification Application to use a crossbow during archery season.
All meals and lodging are included and hunters get to enjoy comfortable lodge style accommodations on these hunts. Guests are welcome for an additional fee.
Hunters are responsible for flying to Albuquerque, New Mexico the day prior to the start date of their hunt and driving to our Pie Town lodge.