New Mexico Hunting License - Information
DRAWING AND APPLICATION PROCEDURES
All public land tags for elk, deer antelope, ibex, sheep, and oryx in New Mexico and Arizona are allocated on a drawing basis. We handle all application procedures for our clients free of charge. Complete the enclosed form and return it to us with the appropriate license fee via check made to the appropriate Game and Fish department or Visa/Mastercard number.
This form may be copied for multiple hunters. Up to four hunters may be on one application. Be sure to select the particular hunt you would like. The deadline to apply is approximately mid April in New Mexico and mid February in Arizona.
Bear and lion licenses are sold over the counter and must be purchased 48 hours prior to hunting. Bison are on private land and no state license is required.
In New Mexico only, landowner permits may be purchased for
elk, antelope, and oryx. This is simply a means of getting
around the drawing. However, you must still purchase a New Mexico
State license. In order to secure a permit, we require a 50% deposit.
The price of these permits fluctuate from year to year and trophy
Elk Rifle from $6000-$8000; Elk Archery $4500-$6000 and Elk Muzzleloader from $4000-$5500; Antelope from $1200-$3000; Oryx $2500
DEPOSIT AND PAYMENT
On drawing hunts, we do not require a deposit until a license
has been drawn. At that point, we require a 50% deposit with
the balance due 30 days prior to arrival. All other hunts, we require
a 50% deposit upon booking with the balance due 30 days prior to arrival.