Guided Antelope Hunt in Portales, New Mexico

1-6 Guests • Hotel • Private • Guided

Description

Trophy Antelope Hunting on Hundreds of Thousands of Acres


New Mexico is home to some of the best Antelope hunting in the United States. These crafty animals love to hang out in the open plains, which makes for a very exciting hunt.


Our outfitter has access to over one hundred thousand acres and have taken Boone & Crockett caliber antelope every year. We run 100% success and have taken several antelope that have scored over 90” and been 18” tall. These hunts are fully guided 2 hunters per guide with food included. Lodging isn’t included but will average $50 a night.


If your in the market for an amazing trophy antelope let us know.


What to Expect on the Hunt

The hunt starts at day break when we load into our trucks. We travel the roads looking for herds of Antelope and don't stop until we find them. When hunting Antelope with us, expect to see about 12-25 different Antelope bucks every day, along with does. Our professional guides are constantly on the lookout for monster bucks.


When we see a group, we'll stop the truck and look to see if there is a shooter. Once a shooter is located, the stalk is on. Most of the time, Antelope are out in the middle of open plains, which makes the stalk that much more exciting.

We make sure to ask our hunters their comfortable rifle or bow range, and our guides will do their best to get at least that close before signaling to take the shot.


What's Included

Tag Included

Professional Guide on a 2 hunters to 1 guide ratio

3 Day Private Land Hunt

No size restrictions

No hidden fees

Hotel Lodging available close by


Testimonials

"The point of having a guide is they know the area where the game is and to put you on that game. That is exactly what Corey and his guides do. They get you the opportunity and it's up to you to close the deal. 5 STARS IN MY BOOK!" - Martin


"Outstanding guide. Three years I have used Corey for my New Mexico hunts, and all three years were successful with an antelope, elk, and barbery sheep. Really enjoyed the hunts. Thanks Corey". - Russel


"First class operation! You won’t regret booking with this dedicated team. Oh... Great food too!" - Rob

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Upgrades


Your Host

undefined's Trip

Corey S

Providing top quality guided hunts throughout New Mexico. We have access to over 1.5 million acres of private and public land with a wide range of trophy animals.

from $4650/Experience

You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.

Base Price

$4650.00 Per Person Per Experience

$4650.00

Pay Now

$2325.00

Pay Later

$2325.00

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.


Amenities

  • Experienced Guide
  • Meals Included
  • Access to 100,000+ Acres of Private Land
  • No Size Restriction
  • No Hidden Fees
  • Nearby Hotel Lodging Available

Location

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Gear List

  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Attire
  • Required NM Hunting License / Permits
  • Personal Hunting Gear
  • Snacks and Drinks

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Rules & Guidelines

**Tags are hard to draw in this unit**


Please note, there is a 50% non refundable deposit included with your payment when booking.


While in The Field You Must Have All of the Following:

License, Stamp and Validation Requirements

  1. All hunters must possess a valid license, and permit if applicable, for the species and hunt type in which they will participate and must produce this upon request by a conservation officer.
  2. All big-game and turkey hunters must possess a Game-hunting License.
  3. All big-game and turkey hunters must possess a carcass tag(s) for each species hunted, unless the E-Tag option is chosen.
  4. All hunters, trappers or anglers on any Forest Service or Bureau of Land Management lands must possess a Habitat Stamp. See exceptions on page 10.
  5. All hunters, trappers or anglers 18 years and older must possess a Habitat Management & Access Validation on public and/or private lands. See exceptions on page 9.
  6. All hunters 17 years of age and younger must possess a hunter education or mentor-youth number. (See page 19).
  7. All hunters on private lands must possess written permission from the landowner (See definition and exceptions on page 26).


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