Fully Guided Mule Deer Hunt

1-2 Guests • Lodge • Public • Guided


1x1 Fully Guided 6-Day Mule Deer Hunt

Start Your Adventure With Everything Covered!

We take pride in delivering the best all-around experience for our clients from the moment we pick them up at the airport until we drop them back. We emphasize trophy quality/quantity, professional guiding, food, and overall experience.


We will take care of your transportation from and to Tucson Airport or Hermosillo Airport.

Food, Cook, and Beverages (Including Alcohol)

We ask our clients beforehand what their favorite foods and beverages are so we can be prepared for every customer.


Our ranches are typical Mexican Ranch houses. They have running hot and cold water, electricity, beds, a kitchen, etc.

Our Ranches - We currently hunt mule deer in five ranches (over 120,000 acres total). All our ranches are owned by family & friends. They are managed year-round to ensure the game quality and quantity get better year by year. Each ranch has a comfortable house with electricity and hot running water.

  • Mule Deer Ranch 1 - This ranch consists of 60,000 acres, and it’s one of the most densely populated ranches in all of Sonora. It is not uncommon to spot 50+ deer in a day.

  • Mule Deer Ranch 2 - Here you can hunt beautiful flats and hills on a total of 32,000 acres. This ranch is known for its amazing genetics for mule deer and Coues deer for an extra trophy fee. We only take three hunters per season.

  • Mule Deer Ranch 3 - This ranch is about 12,000 acres and is perfectly managed year-round. It has an amazing lodge, and some big nontypical deer have been seen in the past years. Hunting pressure has been low in this ranch for the past several years, and we only take two hunters per season to this ranch.

  • Mule Deer Ranch 4 - This is our smallest ranch, about 7,500 acres. This ranch has been managed for the past years, and it is really showing a great future. It has a good deer population, and we see bigger ones every year. We only take one hunter per season to this ranch.

  • Mule Deer Ranch 5 - This ranch is about 10,000 acres. It has been managed for more than 6 years and has really proven to be a great ranch year after year. It has a good population of deer and a very high buck-to-doe ratio. This particular ranch has many roads and hills, making it ideal to hunt from the high rack or all-day glassing from a hilltop. We only take three hunters per season to this ranch.

4x4 Pick-Up Truck

Apart from your guide, you will also have a driver that knows the ranches and has experience hunting. You don’t have to worry about anything!

Hunting Tags

We provide the tags for your trophies and the paperwork needed to transport them back home with you.

Field Preparation of Your Trophy

We will properly skin and package your trophy for transportation.

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Gun Permit, License, & Tag Fee


Your Host

Rodrigo's Trip

Rodrigo G

We are an exclusive and personalized outfitter for Mule Deer & Desert Bighorn Sheep in Sonora, Mexico

from $14795/Experience

Base Price

$14795.00 Per Person Per Experience


Gun Permit, License, & Tag Fee

$550.00 Per Person


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


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 Guide
  • Transportation To and From the Airport
  • Food, Cook, and Beverages Included
  • Alcohol Included!
  • Mexican Ranch House Lodging
  • Fully Outfitted 4x4 Pick Up Trucks
  • Tags Provided & Transportation Paperwork
  • Field Preparation of Your Trophy



Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Personal Weapon and Ammo
  • Overnight Gear

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Rules & Guidelines

There are several methods by which to hunt Mule Deer. Tracking has been one of the most widely used and one of the most effective. Mexican guides are well known for their tracking abilities and can stay on a buck track for hours through unreadable terrain. many outfits use tower-equipped vehicles, just like whitetail hunters do in Texas, in order to see above the thick cover. This can be effective during the rut, as bucks tend to be more active. The terrain on some ranches offers the hunter the opportunity to see several hundred yards ideal for glassing, What I’ve found to be effective is to let my guide do his tracking as I scan the surrounding cover in all directions with my eyes and binoculars.

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