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New Mexico Muzzleloader Mule Deer Hunt


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This is one of the finest hunting destinations in the West. The ranch boasts a 95% opportunity for Elk and Mule Deer. This location sits astride the historic migration route of the entire Southern Colorado-San Juan elk herd, making this perhaps the most extraordinary elk habitat in the Southwest. The ranch is comprised of 17,000 acres of rich alpine wilderness at the intersection of multiple ecosystems. Mountains, forests, meadows, lakes and streams attract a remarkable diversity of animals, and offer exceptional hunting opportunities for mule deer, bear, spring turkey, mountain lion and of course elk. This ranch is for those hunters who appreciate the heritage, resources and unmatched beauty of this grand and historic land. It offers world-class big game hunting, as well as many surrounding attractions, historic culture and shopping opportunities available nowhere else. It’s an opportunity for sportsmen from around the world to enjoy hunting at its fullest. The lodge is located just two hours north of Santa Fe, New Mexico in the legendary San Juan Mountains of northern New Mexico just west of Chama on Highway 64. With flight service to both Santa Fe and Albuquerque, and a private airstrip in Pagosa Springs, Colorado which is just 45 miles away, transportation to this ranch is easy. This ranch is home to trophy Mule Deer. In 2012, hunters here harvested Mule Deer with an average score of 175 and scores up to 220. If you are looking for your record-breaking Mule Deer trophy, join us in the southern San Juan Mountains for an amazing hunt! All Mule Deer hunts are 1x1.


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