This Elk Season, Make Sure You’re In Top Shape

As a hunter, worrying about being shape before going out on a hunt is most likely one of the last things on your mind. But the reality is it should be your first priority. Many hunts, including ones out west, require a lot of physical exertion and if you aren’t prepared, it can really take… Read more »


Learn Your Rifle Before A Hunt

When it comes to hunting and using firearms like a rifle, many of us think shooting an animal at 150 yards or more might be easy. If you are proficient in smaller firearms, you might think you can just pick up a rifle and become an automatic marksman. This, unfortunately, is not the case, especially… Read more »


Elk Hunting Mistakes To Avoid

Listening to hunting stories is a great way to reminisce and laugh with fellow hunters; it’s also a good way to learn from example and avoid mistakes. It’s good to know what works and even better to know what doesn’t. We’ve found the most recurring mistakes that Elk hunters are making. Battle of the Bugle… Read more »


For Elk Hunting – Knowledge = Success

Anyone who hunts knows that before you go out and try to bag your trophy, you need to know everything about the animal you are hunting. All types of information, from what they eat to where they are typically found, is important to make sure your hunting trip is a success. This especially holds true… Read more »


Hunt Big Game Antelope In New Mexico

New Mexico Antelope Hunts are probably the best big game animal for an eastern hunter to experience on their first trip out west. Everyone wants an elk, but for someone who isn’t used to reading maps, hunting public lands, still hunting dark timber, spotting and stalking, backpacking in rugged terrain, judging tremendous distances and is… Read more »


Preparing For Elk Hunting Season Ahead of Time

Any experienced hunter will tell you that the workload of preparing for hunting season opening day begins months before that calendar date. While hunting is a recreational sport, the amount of time it takes to “have all of your ducks in a row” is a lot. Elk hunting season opening day is in the mid-fall… Read more »


The Feel Of An Exotic Hunt in New Mexico

The intense feeling of excitement and adrenaline pumping that you get while you’re on the hunt is something that’s not easily described to someone who isn’t a hunter. What’s even more difficult to describe is the feel of an exotic game hunt to someone who has been spending their hunting trips stalking deer or birds…. Read more »


New Mexico Draw for Big Game is March 18, 2015

MARCH 18, 2015 Deadline to apply for Draw Licenses for Barbary sheep, bighorn sheep, deer, elk, ibex, javelina, pronghorn antelope and oryx, and to apply for Private-land Only Deer License for Units 2A, 2B, 2C, 4 and 5A. Deadline to late-report 2014–15 harvest results for deer, elk, pronghorn antelope and turkey ($8 late fee applies). Harvest… Read more »


Why Elk Hunting Has Never Been Better

As technology continues to consume us, it may seem harder in this day and age to just turn off the phone or laptop and hit the outdoors. But we’re not going to let the fresh air of nature get outdated, especially when it comes to elk hunting. Actually, quite the opposite. We come bearing good… Read more »


Hunt With A Registered Guide And Outfitter

The anticipation of a great hunting trip can build up expectations to almost impossible levels. However, with the right registered guide and outfitter leading you through the hunting trip, those expectations can not only be reached, be exceeded. Even experienced hunters can greatly benefit from allowing a registered guide and outfitter to accompany them on… Read more »