Guided Elk hunts in Unit 34, Unit 36 and Unit 37

 

Guided hunts in Unit 34, Unit 36 and Unit 37:

We offer guided New Mexico elk hunts in the Lincoln National Forests units 34, unit 36 and unit 37. These are some of the best units in the state that provide the highest success rate of any of our guided New Mexico elk hunts. One of the best things about hunting in unit 34, unit 36 or unit 37 is the number of shot opportunities hunters will have on any of the Guided bow, muzzleloader or rifle hunts. Unit 34, unit 36 and unit 37 hunts also offer hunters the chance to hunt in units with lots of 285-320 bulls and a realistic opportunity to harvest a 330-350+ bull on any given day of the hunt. We also have a number of pure trophy hunters who focus on unit 34, unit 36 and unit 37 for monster bulls on rifle, muzzleloader or bow hunts. Guided bow hunts in unit 34 hunters have taken 380-355-360-372 bulls in just the last few years and almost every year hunters return to camps with stories of monsters in the woods. Guided rifle hunters in unit 34 enjoy our highest success rates as well as highest encounter or opportunity rates. Our unit 34 guided hunters have been near 100% opportunity and pushing 90% success rates this last 5 years here. Unit 36 and Unit 37 offer the same great hunts, just much more physical. You better be in shape to hunt 36 or 37.

We start with guided bow hunts, leading into youth only, followed by Muzzleloader and then rifle. We have guides on the ground in unit 34 every year from the first day of bow season until the end of January. Our guides almost know the elk by name and for sure by the sound of a bugle before the season is over. We have enjoyed high harvest rates on bulls in the 285-320 class with a real shot at 350 possible on any given day. Hunter opportunity rates are as high as 100% most seasons. Hunts are glass and stalk and calling, mixed with a little waterhole hunting amongst the ponderosa, pinion and junipers of the area. We hunt from 6,000-10,000 foot elevations allowing us to be where the bulls are. We hunt from high mountain country to the lowland desert scrub brush country. Unit 36 and unit 37 muzzleloader elk and rifle elk hunts offer you the chance to hunt the earliest hunt dates in the state for premium units. Overall, this hunt has good draw odds as well as some of our highest harvest rates. There are a good numbers of landowner tags for these units as well, allowing you to plan a hunt with no draw. We always have unit wide landowner tags in this area as well as the 50,000 acres that we lease for private ranch hunts.

Early Season Bow Hunt (7 days, great draw odds)

$4,250 2×1 or $4,950 1×1

7 Day Late Season Bow Hunts, Sept 16-22

$4,250 2×1 or $4,950 1×1

Youth or Mobility Impaired Rifle Hunts

$4,250 2×1 or $4,950 1×1

Muzzleloader Hunts

$4,250 2×1 or $4,950 1×1

Rifle Hunts

$4,250 2×1 or $4,950 1×1

December Guided Bow Hunt: 7 Day, 6 x 6 or better only.
This is an over the counter tag that is sold later in the year and is first come, first served. We have had great success getting tags for this hunt – it’s a spot and stalk challenge any bow hunter will relish!

$4,250 2×1 or $4,950 1×1

*1X1 hunters please plan to add $750 for this service.
Reservation and cancellation policies:
Once you draw, a deposit of 50% is due for all New Mexico hunting packages. Full payment is due before August 5th; all hunts prices are plus NM state licenses and tax. Your deposit will be refunded only if YOU can fill your spot with a new hunter. Trip insurance is advisable: hunters that do not show or cancel reservations after the draw will be billed the full hunt cost. Disputes over billing will be handled in the Courts of San Juan County New Mexico between March 1st and August 15th only.

Call us to Book a Hunt
(505) 801-7500

Guided Hunts in Unit 13, Unit 17 and Unit 12 Click Here

Guided Hunts in Unit 16A, Unit 16D, Unit 16C Click Here

Guided Hunts in Unit 2 Click Here

Copyright © 2005 - 2014 . All rights reserved.